Inspiration is where you are lucky enough to find it. It helps to keep your antennae up. Go for a walk, take a nap, pay attention to your dreams. Draw an image map, doodle. Once in a while you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.
Vintage fruit crate labels combine advertising with mythology and fantasy. The rich saturated colors and unique hand lettered type transforms these relics into works of art.
There is inspiration to be found both low and high. Hand worn things, old paper. People sure throw away a lot of cool stuff.
Timeless simple visual language. These little icons communicate quickly and with humor. Designed this logo for Sierra Nevada Adventure Company in 1990.
Stasys Eidrigevičius is a painter and graphic artist from Lithuania. I came across his work in a magazine when I was in school and was immediately touched by the emotional immediacy of his images and masks. They resonate. I guess some might find his art sort of...
A real design hero, Paul Rand brought a sense of playfulness to his work that made it accessible and effective. His work brings a smile of recognition. This connection makes viewers absorb his message without thinking – all in a blink of an eye. His simple, scaled...
During the Edo Period (1615-1868), a uniquely Japanese art form developed known as ukiyo-e, or "pictures of the floating world." A Buddhist concept, ukiyo originally suggested the sadness (uki) of life (yo). But during the peace and prosperity of the 17th century,...
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Barbara Kruger is an American performance artist and collagist who uses the tools of advertising and mass media to comment on culture. Amazing what can be revealed when things get turned inside out.