Roger Martin, decan la Scoala de management Rotman, de la Universitatea din Toronto,
Sometimes you have to be arrogant and selfish in order to produce great work.
This is a comprehensive video in which the famous typographer and graphic designer Erik Spiekermann talks about his profound way of understanding letters
We came across this video that presents a form of art we’ve never seen before. It’s about painting portraits on walls with the use of explosives and despite that, they are impressively detailed.
In this video the talented designer Marian Bantjes talks about her Valentine’s Day project.
In this exhibition dedicated to Niklaus Troxler, which took place in Marseille, the Swiss designer presents his collection of posters.
Being invited at Festival Offf in Paris, 2010 edition, Kjell Ekhorn, co-founder of Non-Format studio, talks about his projects, focusing on Varoom and The Wire Magazine.
While drawing the portrait of Shakespeare, Milton Glaser shares his thoughts about drawing.
This is a film portrait on Berlin-based designer Mario Lombardo, one of Germany’s leading designers and editors.
Rene Almanza is one of today’s artists on the new Mexican art scene. He just finished his first solo European tour, celebrating his new drawings collection.
This is a very interesting video about designer Paula Scher. She talks about her work, focusing on the intuitive aspect of design and on the value of typography when building an image.
Sam O’Hare did a great work with his short film Sandpit which won in Austria the Prix Ars Electronica Award of Distinction 2010 and was selected to show at AFI Fest 2010.
It’s always a pleasure to listen to Sagmeister.
The British designer Anthony Burrill was commissioned by the agency Happiness Brussels to create a poster in order to combat the damage caused by BP’s oil slick.The particularity of “Oil & Water do not mix” poster is that it was screen printed with oil from the Gulf of Mexico disaster.
“Please say something”, a 10 minute short animation film made by David OReilly, was these days present at Anim’est, The International Animation Film Festival, in Bucharest.
The School of Visual Arts in New York appointed 125 graphic artists world wide to create posters showing their solidarity for the democracy in Iran.
From November 20th to January 30th 2011, IEEB4 will present us a series of experimental projects under the title of Experimental Printmaking.
The 5th edition of Anim’est Festival will start on October 8th and will delight us until October 17th.