Designer and AIGA Medalist Steven Heller commentates on Olympic pictograms through the ages in a short video from the New York Times. Watch it after the jump.
The photo above shows Otl Aicher’s famous Munich 1972 pictograms. If you know who the image belongs to, please let me know. It’s a great shot and deserves credit.
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“Only too often, [spec work] results in a client eventually having to bring a more experienced designer onto a project in order to execute it.”
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Last month I asked design students and graduates what should be included in an ideal graphic design course.
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I know that many of you have either been a design student, or are currently enrolled on a design course. Tell me, what would you change about your course?
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Inspirational work courtesy of packaging design blog Lovely Package.
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Photo from PRWeb
“The great benefit of this [everyone sitting together in a single room] is that you can hear what everybody’s saying. I’ve never written a memo in my life, because everybody knows exactly who I’m talking to and what I’m doing. Everybody here knows everybody’s business. If you have a deep sense of privacy I don’t think that you could work for me.”
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Image courtesy of NYTimes.com
I’ve launched a graphic design bookstore.
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The medal of AIGA is the most distinguished in the graphic arts field.
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This short video is a timely piece that makes me think about my life in a technologically-driven world.
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I asked if she liked the notes I’d been leaving her all week.
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