Global Graffiti on Your Computer: Google’s Cultural Institute Launches Street Art as part of its Google Art Project
Good examples are art such as New York’s 5 Pointz and the walls of “Tour Paris 13” in France. On the Google Blog Schwartz explains: “Here today, gone tomorrow. The transient nature of street art means it can be at risk of being scrubbed out and lost forever to its legions of fans. But long after the paint has faded from the walls, technology can help preserve street art, so people can discover it wherever and whenever they like”.... CONTINUE READING
Below is some of the graffiti found around Brazil by artists such as Paulo Ito. With just two weeks before one of this year’s biggest sports events the pressure is on from the people who are not afraid to voice their discontent. Each of these graffiti artworks is compelling, and with thousands of people from around the world coming to the FIFA World Cup, their point of view on the event will not go unnoticed. From street art of... CONTINUE READING
Malhotra began her design career as an art director working with several advertising agencies but now works as an independent designer with a focus on lifestyle design, music and fashion. Clients have included Tiger Beer, HSBC, Asian Paints, Taj Group of Hotels and many more. Awards have included the HOW + Print, Colour in Design Awards 2012 and Bronze Medal at the ICOGRADA Taiwan International Design Festival 2011. Malhotra explains on her website “Something cool everyday is a graphic... CONTINUE READING
Distilling five days packed with graphic design advice, inspiration, tools and techniques is a tall order, especially when there were so many noteworthy moments. So, rather than give you a play-by-play here (in no particular order) are some of my HOW Design Live 2014 highlights. Known for her book Designing Brand Identity, Alina Wheeler’s talk “Ready. Set. Reinvent!” was enough to motivate anyone considering a brand reboot. Wheeler shared past and present day stories of famous (and not so... CONTINUE READING
Many hardware and software technologies have been released in the last century to help artists produce digital artwork using computers and stay on the cutting edge of the digital era in media and business. These solutions aimed to allow artists to produce artwork using digital tools similar to oil paintbrushes and drawing pencils. Yet most of these technologies struggled even when they were implemented on the professional level in studios and companies. While Wacom tablets were giving artists and... CONTINUE READING
Siqueira has worked on many projects from CD covers to posters, from books to Magazines as well as on package design for the toy and food industry. He has not only been featured in many magazines but he has also won prizes such as the Clio Awards 2011 for the comic pages he did for AIDES. The world cup is less than a month away and these posters are simply inspiring, especially for those designers who are also soccer... CONTINUE READING
Vignelli was born in Milan in 1931, and he studied architecture at the Politecnico di Milano Università di Architettura and later at the Università di Architettura, Venice. Though he spent his childhood enduring the threats and bomb alarms of World War II, Vignelli believes this period helped him become a designer, because if he had been born before this time, he wouldn’t have been part of the war or the rebuilding efforts. Vignelli then met his wife, Lella, and... CONTINUE READING
The portfolio is simply a medium that includes samples of previous artwork created for yourself or other clients. With the evolution of the digital era, the form of the portfolio has shifted from a traditional paper document to a more interactive website. So the question that arises here is how do you attract the client to your website? As a talented designer, that mission will be easy for you; all you need to do is create an attractive and... CONTINUE READING
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