Motion Granted (Print Magazine)
Animators, more than most designers, are caught these days between commercial and fine art, between serving their clients’ workflows and their own creativity.
Work With Me (Print Mag)
After two decades of pointing and clicking, here was the possibility of interacting directly with our data. With the sweep of a hand, he had softened the hard line between the physical and virtual worlds.
Hard Focus (Print Mag)
Digital technology is transforming photojournalism in hot spots around the world.
The Big Pixel (Print Magazine)
The future of “mediatecture” (link) In his 2001 book, Celluloid Skyline: New York and the Movies, architect James Sanders describes the relationship between the city and iconic films like Annie Hall and Miracle on 34th Street. Recently, though, as he discussed at a recent event in New York, Sanders has been thinking a lot about […]
The Times goes digital (again) – (Print Magazine)
[link] Among the legends of computer typography, two stand out. There’s an 18-year-old Steve Jobs stumbling into a calligraphy class at Reed College and learning about serifs and spacing—useless stuff, he thought, until it came time to design the first Mac. Then there’s Bill Hill and the coyote. An eccentric Glaswegian who sometimes still wears […]