The advertising and graphic design titan George Lois is best known for telling the world how easy it is to work a Xerox machine (a monkey could do it), turning a then-floundering MTV into a pop-cultural phenomenon, inspiring the character of Don Draper in Mad Men and creating a decade’s worth of groundbreaking US Esquire magazine covers, 38 of which are in the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
From practically the moment that the commercial photographer Diane Arbus set out to become an artist at the ripe age of 33 — numbering her negatives sequentially from 1 to more than 6,000 before her suicide in 1971 — she seemed to know that the story of the outsider was her intellectual inheritance.
Kansas hair colorist Ursula Goff creates absolutely stunning reproductions of famous works of art with the creative use of dye. Such works included are Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe, 'La Reve' by Picasso, 'The Scream' by Edvard Munch, 'Starry Night' by Van Gogh and 'Color Study' by Kandinsky.
In his series Vacancy, German photographer Ralph Gräf documents the empty rooms, staircases and corridors of abandoned houses and military bases, all waiting for a new lease of life. Looking at the decay and emptiness, he paints an eery picture of what humans can often leave behind.
For more than thirty years, Patrick Dougherty has built more than 250 monumental environmental works and architecturally scaled sculptures made with natural materials and primitive building techniques.
A Tumblr user, who goes by the name 'Oweeo' has created a series of animated GIFs to help you through a creative road block. Colorful and uplifting, they will surely reinvigorate your spirits and get you back on track.
Tim Brown: Originally published by Five Simple Steps in 2013, my Pocket Guide to Combining Typefaces has sold thousands of copies, been used in college curricula, and been cited in conference talks by industry-leading designers.
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