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A London firm with a fluid approach to design.
Classic silhouettes against colorful retro costumes and landscapes full of texture and blur reflect Mimi Haddon's colorful manifesto: enjoy life.
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 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.
Paper rules the London-based illustration studio of Yulia Brodskaya.
Surrounded by gadgetry, Philadelphia-based designer Justin Allen LaFontaine works in good humor.
Italian photographer Eolo Perfido pauses to enjoy food, photography and love.
Unpaid Interns: Boon or Bane?
Tad Crawford on the legal and ethical pros and cons of unpaid interns.
There is No Plan B
Ernie Schenck discusses the risks of having a Plan B.
Keepin' It Casual
Ken Barber on mid-century script lettering—and its staying power.
iPad: iLaunch, therefore iAm
Sam McMillan looks at a few iPad apps and our new relationship with content.
Long Live the Green
Brian Dougherty reports on two brands that represent a new phrase in green marketing.
DK Holland traveled to Greensboro, Alabama, to see what "Thinking Wrong" can accomplish.
Housing the Muse, Part One
Housing the Muse, part one, by Wendy Richmond.
Projects and Doodles/Projekty i bazgroly
Lively monograph about Krzystof Lenk’s contribution to communications.
The Creative Process Illustrated
A behind-the-scenes look at advertising’s heavy hitters.
Victore or, Who Died and Made You Boss?
A monograph and a manifesto, visually tackling tough social issues.
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