Montreal art collective Fluorescent Hill (Mark Lomond and Johanne Ste-Marie) take the anti-hype route to promoting their brand new, limited edition comic called The Rooster, a decidedly low-key, 36-page opus unencumbered by action, dialogue, color, words or uplifting messages. [Read more]
Meet Steve Frykholm who joined Herman Miller in 1970 as their first in-house graphic designer. Charming, unassuming and humble, I find the story of his eccentric company picnic posters, their induction into the Museum of Modern Art and recent reprinting, a refreshing tonic to today’s hard charging design environment. [Read more]
It’s official, Ben West’s brilliant FUGU & TAKO short film will become a graphic novel, placing the mutated heroes in a “battle against their own ineptitude, a legion of yakuza, and a Godzilla-like monster.” You have till Friday, Jun 12 2015 10:34 AM EDT to pledge on Kickstarter and grab sweet rewards including a signed hardcopy of the graphic novel and limited edition signed original illustrations.
Revealing interview with Emory Douglas, the art director, designer, and main illustrator for The Black Panther newspaper during the 1960s and 1970s. Introduced to graphic design working in the print shop during juvenile detention, Douglas rose to become the Panthers’ Revolutionary Artist and Minister of Culture [Read more]
Three different approaches to making athletic footwear visually sexy by treating them as wearable sculptures and technological wonders, courtesy of the talented teams at ManvsMachine, Aggressive and Trollbäck. [Read more]
In August 2016 South America plays Olympic host for the first time as the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
take over Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Take a quick peek at how the Trollback design crew built the logo for NBC’s promotion and coverage of the event. [Read more]