A new logo and tagline was released for the new One World Trade Center (originally Freedom Tower) designed by Wordsearch and presented by the Durst Organization and Cushman & Wakefield. The Durst Organization is working with The Port-Authority to help complete the massive project and Cushman & Wakefield is the commercial real estate broker in charge of filling the tower with tenants. The new brand is an effort to create a new feel for the building and to help... CONTINUE READING
Shake off those Monday doldrums and get ready for a week chock-full of creative presentations, events and awards shows! Today kicks off New York Creative Week, and while there’s no shortage of fantastic things to see and do (after all it is New York), GE’s mind blowing Throttle Up should be on everyone’s “must see” list. Happening alongside Creative Week, and located down the street from the events at Galapagos, Throttle Up is an installation featuring GE’s one-of-a-kind, 34’... CONTINUE READING
Adobe Creative Suite 6, the driving force behind the marketing industry recently released version CS6, which includes 19 applications and four different main suites to choose from. The design packaging was designed by Tolleson Design, who is also behind the design of CS4 and CS5. Adobe now offers what is likely to be an even more popular pricing option, the Adobe Creative Cloud, which also offers online storage, versioning, and sharing along with all the Master Collection of applications.... CONTINUE READING
Artist and designer Stanley Donwood’s latest show is currently on display at Subliminal Projects in Los Angeles, entitled “Lost Angeles”. The main piece of work in the show is an 18-foot panoramic piece depicting the City of Angels being destroyed by fire, flood and meteor storm in an apocalyptic illustration. The current show is a follow up to his 2006 London Views collection, which depicted London in the throes of being consumed by fire and flood. He says of... CONTINUE READING
Another busy weekday afternoon in New York City. Hurriedly walking past what at first glance appears to be another plywood construction panel I stopped midway and turned around. What I had thought was just another temporary façade, upon closer inspection revealed itself as art in progress. Or, rather an artistic intervention called Color Splash, part of a larger project Kaavya Jayapratap calls Urban Speed Bumps which are intended to encourage people to slow down, stop and enjoy the moment... CONTINUE READING
Listening to Rodney Durso describe how ArtBridge began, it became clear this was a passion project. Started in 2008, ArtBridge is a nonprofit organization with a mission to “enhance the urban experience by transforming overhead construction scaffolding into temporary art installations.” Additionally, ArtBridge provides a showcase for local emerging artists, as well as being an incubator and launch point for their burgeoning careers. On Friday, May 4th the organization will hold it’s first ever ArtBridge Annual Spring Art Auction... CONTINUE READING
Rafiq Elmansy is a graphic designer and book author in the field of design, with more than 12 years of experience in graphic design. His experience in graphic design includes working on different design projects for clients around the world. He currently owns his design studio, Pixel Consultations. Rafiq is also an author in the field of graphic design; he writes articles and books for various magazines and websites. He has the following two books published: Photoshop 3D for... CONTINUE READING
Wondering what would motivate students to sit inside SVA’s Fine Arts Department on a balmy 71° degree Saturday in New York City? Simple, an opportunity to network and learn from speakers at companies like BBDO, Behance, Google, FourSquare, LinkedIn, NBC Universal, Skillshare and Tumblr at NY Creative Interns’ “Find and Follow Your Passion” conference. The brainchild of former Hofstra students Emily Miethner and Reb Carlson, now run by Miethner and Community Manager Marny Smith, NY Creative Interns mission is... CONTINUE READING
Design and creative industries software giant Adobe have released their latest version of Creative Suite – CS6. Launched in San Francisco on the 23rd of April, the latest version of Creative Suite now moves from Beta to fully functioning applications available either as full priced downloads or as the eagerly awaited Creative Cloud package. Adobe Creative Suite 6 consists of 14 applications available in combinations of four different packages – Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design & Web Premium, Adobe... CONTINUE READING
Designer and artist Jamie Shovlin has re-imagined 17 covers from the iconic Fontana Modern Masters Series for his forthcoming show at the Haunch of Venison gallery. The show, entitled “Various Arrangements”, is an exhibition of new works by the British conceptual artist Jamie Shovlin and presents a series of seventeen new and large-scale paintings based on the cover designs of the Fontana Modern Masters series. The series is a set of pocket guides published in the 1970s which focuses... CONTINUE READING
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