Category: Design

Dan Reisinger’s Exhibition

Israeli graphic designer Dan Reisinger is presenting his new designs now through November 2010 at Israel’s Ashdod…

Uwe Loesch: A 40 Year Retrospective

German graphic designer Uwe Loesch, whose work has been featured in the pages of Graphis multiple times,…

National Medal of Arts Recipients 2009: Glaser and Lin

President Barack Obama presented the National Medal of Arts this year to 10 recipients, including graphic designer…

Carin Goldberg’s Variations On Book Design

In Graphis Magazine 336, Ellen Lupton paints Carin Goldberg as a woman “armed with a nimble sense…

Norman Brosterman: A Collector

Norman Brosterman is a serial collector. He moves from one forgotten subculture to another, salvaging everything he…

Mitsuo Katsui: Master Of All Media

Every designer relates to the tools of his trade, but Mitsuo Katsui pursues, studies, and applies them…

The 1976 Poster Biennale In Warsaw

The Sixth International Poster Biennale in Warsaw had more than 3,100 submissions from 47 countries, making it…

The Photorealism of Graham Reynolds

Although Graham Reynolds worked almost exclusively for the film industry in the 1980s, producing posters for movies…

The Life and Work Of David Levine

The work of caricaturist David Levine, who died on Dec. 29, 2009 at age 83, graced the…

The Green Movement: Posters For Iran

As Iran gears up to “deliver a telling blow to global powers,” it is the perfect time…

Michael Gericke: Master of Simplicity

The work of Michael Gericke looks simple — bold colors, clean lines, stark contrasts, and uncluttered composition….

Hornall Anderson Shoots and Scores at MSG

As Madison Square Garden undergoes continuing renovations, the New York sports landmark asked Seattle-based Hornall Anderson to…