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HUGE It took a few years—well, more like a decade, actually—but the Brooklyn-based digital design firm HUGE is now living up to its name.


Kako Kako was born Franco D’Angelo Bergamini, but the family called him “Caco,” and he and his brother were known as the kids in the neighborhood who could draw.


Mimi Haddon At once timeless and modern, Mimi Haddon’s photographs place classic silhouettes against colorful retro costumes and landscapes full of texture and blurred ... more


Marget Larsen Only once in awhile, a great talent appears on the scene, someone who creates original, beautiful, classic, joyful and wonderful things. Marget Larsen was ... more


AKQA With offices in London, Shanghai, New York, San Francisco, Washington DC, Amsterdam and recently-opened Berlin, AKQA is thriving as a global company working for ... more


Anna+Elena Balbusso Although they established their studio together in 1994, it wasn’t until 1998 that identical twins Anna and Elena Balbusso fully developed their ... more


Lester Beall A Kansas City native who grew up in Chicago, Lester Beall (1903–1969) was a self-taught graphic designer known for his strong and direct work.


Mark Zibert Mark Zibert studied applied photography at Toronto’s Sheridan College. After graduation, he assisted a few photographers. But his big break came early, in ... more


Howard Gossage You can't talk about San Francisco advertising, without bringing up the name of Howard Gossage (1917–1969), one of advertising's finest practitioners—and ... more


72andSunny 72andSunny bespeaks an attitude that bodes well for partners, staff and clients; it drives the idea that a healthy financial forecast for clients is a very ... more


Morton Goldsholl Born in Chicago, Morton Goldsholl (1911-1995) studied at the Chicago Institute of Art and the Institute of Design and, in 1955, formed Morton Goldsholl ... more


John Cuneo John Cuneo’s characters—rendered in pen-and-ink, tinted with watercolor washes—have been cavorting on the pages of his sketchbooks for decades.


Art Kane For almost four decades, the work of Art Kane (1925–1995) steadily and conspicuously infiltrated our culture and society—whether we realized it or not.


Odopod At a time when many agencies are downsizing, Odopod is thriving, winning new clients, capturing every award in sight, generating huge industry buzz and, yes, ... more


Muriel Cooper The remarkable legacy of Muriel Cooper (1924–1994), designer, educator and researcher, can be divided into two categories: print and computer graphics.