If you’re a creative person and want to get inspired, watch this talk with Detroit letterpress artist Amos Kennedy Jr.
Here’s a list of local (Bay Area) artists I’ve discovered – and liked – for one reason or another. I’ll
I was in Capitola last weekend and came across this awesome public art project, on the boardwalk downtown, from 2008. What’s
While researching poster art for my virtual poster display, I’ve stumbled upon some great online collections. They’re hard to find, because
The late 1960s and early ’70s were a period of intense innovation in poster design, from psychedelic music posters to
When the sun rose on BART in 1972, it was a joyous, miraculous thing – the future had arrived. At
Bill Gates once spent millions of dollars to build virtual art displays into his new house. Well, now the cost
Over the past few years I’ve been noticing public art more. It’s gotten way more interesting – we’re finally past
Since moving to Berkeley, where I have more space, I’d been thinking I really needed a trophy wall of some
This weekend I saw two breathtaking, ambitious, large scale projects that captivated me: The new Sawyer Library at Williams College, and
Saw these Love posters by Yves St. Laurent up for auction in a gallery in Hudson, NY, and thought they
I’ve been on a strange book-buying binge over the past few weeks. The paper kind. Almost 100 books and counting.
In December 2011 I got an email that a designer here in SF was selling a large wood type collection,
This article was originally published in the New York Times in 2004, as part of a series I did for their
Jeff Pelletier and I did SF’s Open Studios together in October 2001, and it was a blast. We did it
We commissioned this poster to promote Boston.com, right after we launched in the fall of 1995. Actually our PR firm