The Berlin-based artist Sarah Illenberger has developed a very unique and strong visual language, conveying even the most abstract and complex content into vivid, humorous, and concise visual forms without ever forcing a meaning on them.
On September 17th it was finally settled that I was going to interview Brita Lindvall and Alexandra Falagara. Brita and Alex are the design duo that redesigned the magazine Bang. I headed off to Liljeholmen in Stockholm with my laptop, a bag of cinnamon rolls, nervous about what was going to be my first ’live’ +Read feature
Dear Graphic Bird(fan) We would like to invite you to yet another exciting Bird on the Menu in Berlin. We will meet on Wednesday, the 6th of November, 7pm at 3 Schwestern, Mariannenplatz 2. To... Read more »
The founders of 1/2 (un demi), Laure Boer, Anne-Pauline Mabire, Lucie Pindat and Chloé Thomas, studied together in Paris and since then live and work in different European cities. In order to carry on exchanging their ideas, they founded... Read more »
It’s :OUTPUT season! Call for submissions are now open to all students in design and architecture. Works carried out by students usually disappear into drawers after presentation to a relatively small college audience. There the work remains... Read more »
Pretty cool project by Lucienne Roberts and Rebecca Wright. Every GraphicDesign& output is a collaboration between graphic designers and experts from other fields. Check out the work here www.graphicdesignand.com Read more »
The 1st Annual 3% Conference – Female Creative Leadership in Advertising
At the end of September, the 3% Conference happened for the first time in SF. Brought together by an extremely determined and passionate Kat Gordon, the conference collected women from across the country to discuss the egregious skew against females in advertising. Let’s get the facts straight – Women make up 80% of the purchasing +Read article