Last week we gave you a heads up about a new short film from creative firm Bassett & Partners that explores what the meaning of a design brief is from the point of view of a variety of creative visionaries. This morning, the informative short film went live and is totally worth 26 minutes of […]
¿Qué géneros y formatos sobrevivirán a la revolución digital y a la crisis económica? ¿Qué tipo de exposiciones serán visitadas por los nativos digitales? ¿Cuáles serán sus pautas de consumo cultural? ¿Qué efectos provocará el exceso de información y cuáles son las herramientas para crear un mundo…
Necessity is the mother of invention, or in this case, authorship. We at Core77 believe that everyone who loves design, regardless of experience or background, shares a bond of appreciation and curiosity that leads them to seek out what’s new, different and surprising.
As a testimony to the rich cinematic culture of south india, the images by german photographers stefanie zoche & sabine haubitz document the vibrantly-colored façades and abstract architectural facets of movie theaters
Graphic designer Steven Heller chronicles how his addictive collection of objects leads to the subject matter for his books.
Print magazine’s New Visual Artists Issue recognizes rising talent in the industry and is an opportunity to showcase exceptional work from these stars—all under the age of 30. This is not a competition. It’s a carefully curated selection fueled by nominations from industry pros…
Launched this August, Blloon is a new ebook service for tablets and smartphones (only iOS for now) offering over one million book titles available for consuming; starting with a free plan to hook you in with 1,000 free pages building up to paid plans measured in page count: 500 pages a month or 1,000 pages […]
Irving Penn, Bambini di Cuzco, Perù, 1948 Irving Penn, Resonance at Palazzo Grassi The exhibition “Irving Penn, Resonance“, curated by Pierre Apraxine and Matthieu Humery, brings together on the second floor of Palazzo Grassi 130 photographs, taken between the end of the 1940s and the mid-1980s. The exhibition is a collection of 83 platinum prints, […]
As the remote and always-mobile worker becomes more commonplace, it can be easy to forget just how many tools we are actually carrying around in our backpacks or pockets…be it in widget, browser, or application form. But just how much have we been able to squeeze into our little machines? How have we evolved into […]
Founded in 1959, Communication Arts is the premier source of inspiration for graphic designers, art directors, design firms, corporate design departments, advertising agencies, interactive designers, illustrators and photographers—everyone involved in visual communication. Whether in print or online, CA’s editorials, feature articles and the annual competitions it sponsors provide new ideas and information, while promoting the […]