Pyrrha Studio Outline the Cultural Importance of Graphic Design and Introduce their Newest Venture, Nikko

By: Helena Wilson Beevers on Feb 28th 2013
Pyrrha Studio Outline the Cultural Importance of Graphic Design and Introduce their Newest Venture, Nikko

From here he went on to study at the graduate school within the Art Institute of Chicago. It was at this point that Kim recognized his love of design, mainly due to it being a “wonderful marriage of both the traditional and the creative”. We asked Henry Hongmin Kim to tell us more about himself, and the work of Pyrrha Studio … Photocredit: Pyrrha.net What is the ethos behind Pyrrha Studio? Design is everything. Graphic design is an analytical... CONTINUE READING

Interactive App by Pop Leaf for A Clockwork Orange

By: Jo Gifford on Feb 21st 2013
Interactive App by Pop Leaf for A Clockwork Orange

The infamous classic novel by Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange, has been created into an interactive app by Random House in conjunction with Cambridge based developers Pop Leaf. The app is exquisitely executed and designed, and is enriched with archived materials and various media to make re-visiting this classic novel an engaging, exciting experience. The app is an entire reading experience, and encompasses archived imagery, videos, text and behind the scenes information in a beautifully designed interface. Literature lovers... CONTINUE READING

Losttime Creative: Interview with Illustrator and Designer Dan Robinson Miller

By: Jo Gifford on Feb 15th 2013
Losttime Creative: Interview with Illustrator and Designer Dan Robinson Miller

Dan Robinson Miller is the man behind Losttime Design. He is an incredibly talented graphic designer with an expert eye for layout, color and balance. Away from the day job he is equally super savvy with creating amazing illustrations in Illustrator too; a really gifted guy. I have had the pleasure of working with Dan on some Cherry Sorbet projects as one of my team, and his versatility and creative eye always impresses me. We actually met via Twitter... CONTINUE READING

Design in Event Production: An Interview with FiveCurrents

By: Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch on Feb 12th 2013
Design in Event Production: An Interview with FiveCurrents

Usually design-related buzz around large-scale events like the Super Bowl is all about the ads, which ones hit the mark, which didn’t and how much did they cost. But there’s more design at work than in the ads shown between plays. There’s the design behind the events themselves. Every element of the event contributes to the viewer or participant’s experience. We interviewed Jared Sweet, an award-winning art director, show director, and creative director with 15 years experience and current... CONTINUE READING

Firebelly Design’s Camp and You are Beautiful U Project

By: Jo Gifford on Feb 5th 2013
Firebelly Design’s Camp and You are Beautiful U Project

Firebelly Design have quite an incredible mixture of projects and approaches. As a designer trained across the disciplines of textiles, art and illustration I was drawn in by the cross-media installation project of the “You are Beautiful U” work. Firebelly are an agency specialiZing in socially responsible design, and are “committed to cultivating connections between human beings and ideas, inspiring conscious thought and action”. Firebelly Design make the bold step each Summer to shut the studio doors and work... CONTINUE READING

Ryan Feerer Explains his Evolution from Designer to Restaurant Owner with New Business Abi-Haus

By: Helena Wilson Beevers on Jan 29th 2013
Ryan Feerer Explains his Evolution from Designer to Restaurant Owner with New Business Abi-Haus

Designer, illustrator and educator Ryan Feerer has recently embarked on a new challenge, adding the exciting accolade of restaurant owner to his repertoire. Feerer and good friend Jimbo Jackson opened their establishment Abi-Haus at the end of 2012 in Abilene, Texas. With the central theme being “cool vibes, good service and pleasant people”, Feerer has also been able to showcase his spectacular design skills by taking on the restaurant’s branding. Abi-Haus’s imagery is striking and can be seen to... CONTINUE READING

An Interview with Filiz Sahin

By: Jo Gifford on Jan 19th 2013
An Interview with Filiz Sahin

Filiz Sahin is an interactive designer and illustrator based in New York. She works as a senior designer at RepEquity, and spans disciplines including art direction, design, website design, storyboard design, illustration and custom typography. Her diverse client list includes Unicef, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Estée Lauder Companies, MTV, CBS Sport TV Network and SportsIllustrated. Her typographic creations caught my eye when browsing Behance, and led me to look closer at Filiz’s work. The typography designs really capture something... CONTINUE READING

Fade Street Social: Award Winning Illustrator & Designer Steve Simpson Talks About his Latest Project

By: Jo Gifford on Dec 18th 2012
Fade Street Social: Award Winning Illustrator & Designer Steve Simpson Talks About his Latest Project

Meet freelance designer and illustrator Steve Simpson. Originally from Manchester and now based in Ireland, Steve works on packaging design, children’s books and illustration projects and has won several awards for his work. Accolades include winning Best of British Illustration Awards, gold and silver medals at the AOI Images, and a range of international awards also grace his walls and CV. Steve has regularly exhibited work in London and across the Atlantic in LA and New York, and recently... CONTINUE READING

Why Accessible Web Design Matters for Designers: An Interview with Raj Lal

By: Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch on Dec 12th 2012
Why Accessible Web Design Matters for Designers: An Interview with Raj Lal

Accessibility in web design is sometimes thought of as an “add on” or “extra” by designers and organizations as opposed to a necessity, and consequently only partially implemented if at all. Through his presentations on accessibility at conferences such as the HOW Interactive Design Conference and HTML5 DevConf to his involvement with the standardization process of the Web and being a contributing member of the W3C Accessibility Group accessibility champion Rajesh Lal, Senior Web Engineer at Nokia Emerging Platforms... CONTINUE READING

FIRMA Introduces ‘Chupa Chups18+’, an Erotic and Adult Interpretation of the Classic Lollipop

By: Helena Wilson Beevers on Nov 22nd 2012
FIRMA Introduces ‘Chupa Chups18+’, an Erotic and Adult Interpretation of the Classic Lollipop

Moscow-based creative company FIRMA Agency have put their innovative spin on an iconic brand, introducing the Chupa Chups 18+ Lollipop design. The product range consists of 3 lollipops; BDSM, Fetish and Toys. As the name suggests it is a line made up entirely of sexually suggestive components, provoking controversy and captivation in equal measures. Intimate and erotic, FIRMA’s designs refresh and modernize the candy line, bringing Chupa Chups up to date with a bang. FIRMA’s Chupa Chups concept began... CONTINUE READING

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