Monthly Archives: December 2016

New Year To-Do List

This is our final end-of-the-year classic post. It was originally published last January. Hope you enjoy this reprint and we’ll resume posting all new material next week. In the meantime… 5 Things To Do In The New Year It’s the … Continue reading

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The Art of the Map

Happy Holidays to all of you. We will be taking our own holiday but will be back with new content on January 5. This week and next we’ll connect you to some older posts that we think you’ll enjoy. This … Continue reading

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Jason Bruges Studio: Combining architecture, installation and interactive design

Today’s artists/designers readily push the limits of new materials. They also find inventive ways to incorporate digital and interactive technologies. For creative individuals who love to explore the possibilities of materials and technology it’s an exciting time to be involved … Continue reading

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Design Exercise: Minimal Cuts

Here is a great beginning design exercise for you to try. When I teach an introduction to two-dimensional design class this is one of the first assignments I give. I usually start with the Synergy exercise I presented in this … Continue reading

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Lucas Museum Follow-up

Last July I posted about the film maker George Lucas and his attempts to build a museum to house his extensive collection of narrative art. Our blog readers will remember that after failing to get approval from the city of … Continue reading

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