Carl Bender is a very recent grad from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Great work, thanks for the link!
For Narani Kannan’s final-year project at Ontario College of Art & Design, she designed and conceptualized an eco-friendly dairy product line called Gotta Moo. There’s so much I love about this project… every detail down to the “Sugarcane Bagasse molded pulp paper” has been carefully considered. She’s obviously on her way to being a design superstar. See more of her work on Behance.
Fascinating speech by Seth Godin on his theory of tribes in modern day society.
This is a long overdue mention of Neasden Control Centre out of the UK. They create amazing design, art, exhibitions, installations, etc etc.
Coöp, based in Melbourne, was founded in 2004 by Paul Marcus Fuog. I’m especially liking the beautiful object-collage photography incorporated into a lot of their work.
Arthouse Films reached out to us the other day to help promote their upcoming film, Milton Glaser: To Inform & Delight. They’ve kindly sent us two movie posters signed by Milton Glaser (measuring 27″ x 39.5″), which we are raffling off. Just leave a comment on this post and we’ll pick two of you at random on June 1. Please be 18+ and live in the US.
The film is premiering tonight in New York City at Cinema Village. It will be playing next in San Francisco, June 19.
*Update* Here is the current list of release dates and venues:
New York City: Cinema Village, May 22nd
San Francisco: The Roxie, June 19th
Boston: MFA, July 2nd
Chicago: Gene Siskel Film Center, June 12th
Denver: Starz Film Center, June 12th
Albuquerque: Guild Cinema, June 27th and 28th
Las Vegas: AIGA, June 18th
For many, Milton Glaser is the personification of American graphic design. Best known for co-founding New York Magazine and the enduring I ♥ NY campaign, the full breadth of Glaser’s remarkable artistic output is revealed in this documentary portrait, MILTON GLASER: TO INFORM AND DELIGHT. From newspapers and magazine designs, to interior spaces, logos, and brand identities, to his celebrated prints, drawings, posters and paintings, the documentary offers audiences a much richer appreciation for one of the great modern renaissance men.
Artfully directed by first time filmmaker Wendy Keys, the film glances into everyday moments of Glaser’s personal life and captures his immense warmth and humanity, and the boundless depth of his intelligence and creativity.