1 hr ago | The North Shore Outlooks
North Vancouver furniture designer Nicholas Purcell stands behind his largest piece, The Malala Table/ Hugs and Stitches, at his new exhibit.
2 hrs ago | Seattle
Warren Dykeman is looking for "the right kind of wrong." A graphic designer by day, the Tri-Cities native and Seattle artist prizes an awkwardness in his mixed-media collages and paintings, which bring to mind graffiti, folk art, the oddly shaped humans of New Yorker cartoonist Saul Steinberg and blobby landscapes by 1960s poster artist Peter Max.
3 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
In today's world it's often easy to feel alone or lost amid a sea of relationships based solely through social media or email.
8 hrs ago | Denver Westword
In liquor stores full of new and ever-rotating cans and bottles of beer, how can a startup brewery -- or one that is new to packaging -- stand out from the pack? That's the question that local graphic designer Josh Emrich asked himself when he sat down to create a label for Copper Kettle Brewing 's Mexican Chocolate Stout, a beer that was bottled ... (more)
9 hrs ago | Wisbech Standard
Preview for art exhibition at College of West Anglia Isle Campus, Wisbech. Rachel Edwards working on her sculpture with a bread covering called Raisin.
9 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
A fter briefly moving from the neighbor hood she loved, Katie Renshaw finds herself, once again, at home in Sherman Hill.
11 hrs ago | ReporterHerald.com
Tedi Jensen was raised in a small town outside of Fargo, N.D. During her life, she has pursued a career in graphic design and fine art.
15 hrs ago | Evening Times
EACH week the Evening Times will throw the spotlight on one of the dozens of new businesses determined to succeed.
Nanaimo Design Nerds are embracing their inner geek as part of a new initiative to support the creative economy.
This is our adaptation of Kara Adanalian's winning recipe for the Del Monte Find Your Inner Chef cook-off.
This month's type discussion is on the resurgence of the Victorian Look. I'm seeing more and more typography and graphic design from this era, the second half of the 1800s.
Here's how popular the local food marketplace has become in Ann Arbor: not just farmers but now graphic designers, former lawyers, even doctors and pastry chefs are showing up to sell their artisan wares at the farmers market.
Eight-year-old Tate Rabstien, of Bend, uses a squeegee to push ink through a stencil onto a shirt with the help of street artist and graphic designer Va-Jo during a Rise Up International art camp on Monday.
The fellowship will go to support the production of film thesis projects of creative merit.
Matt Rogers owns a collection of transit tokens dating back to the Rochester City and Brighton Railway, which operated horse-drawn trolleys over a span of nine miles before 1890.
Kelly said: "The results are an entirely unknown quantity - which is terrifying and thrilling in equal measures - but no matter what, they should be interesting."
Stepping Stone Mobile today unveiled Pen & Ink 2.4, a significant update to Pen & Ink, the simplest way to create beautiful watercolor paintings and drawings on the iPad .