3 hrs ago | How
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.
5 hrs ago | Ann Arbor.com
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.
9 hrs ago | Bend Bulletin
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 .
Make people lust after your credentials by handing out these gorgeously gilded business cards by Austrian graphic designer Verena Michelitsch.
Call it the "Oscars" of the graphic design world. The Premier Print Awards recognizes the best of the best in the printing industry.
To those over 600 artists, nothing is more exciting than painting on the cement ground of the whole street block with chalk: they are creating their art pieces under foot with imagination and creativity.
The cinematic posters of Saul Bass, the American graphic designer and filmmaker - and the artwork he created for a Hardy Amies fragrance and monogram in the late Fifties - inspired an elegant collection with a collegiate feel.
From colors and shapes to layout and navigation, design can make or break the online experience.
Ron Ruelle has been making the regular trek up and down U.S. 36 from his home in the Heatherwood neighborhood near Boulder to the Community College of Aurora, where he teaches graphic design and cartooning.
WWJ's Sandra McNeill reports with the job market still not good - and the cost of child care on the rise - 20 percent of American men are now the primary caretakers for their children.
Each year at WWDC, TMO interviews a few Apple developers who want to tell their story.
Lauren Grey didn't think much about the gender recorded on her Illinois driver's license until she went to test-drive a new car.