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Typewriter Art

Typewriters may be a thing of the past but for Artist Paul Smith, typewriters are much more than something you would find at a thrift shop. Smith, who was born with severe Cerebral Palsy, makes his creations in an Oregon nursing home. Using a typewriter, he creates masterpieces using letters, numbers, and symbols to intricately [...]

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Artist Born Without Hands

At the tender age of 3, Polish artist Mariusz Kedzierski developed a great appreciation for art. He didn’t let the fact that he was born without hands stop him from pursuing his passion. Now 23, Kedzierksi is an accomplished artist and creates beautiful realistic style art. Check out some of his incredible work and watch [...]

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Graphic Design Before Desktop Computers

I’m looking forward to watching “Graphic Means”, an independent film slated for release in the Fall, that looks at the history of graphic design production from the 1950s to 1990s. It examines graphic design before desktop computers completely changed the face of the industry. From watching the preview, it definitely looks the processes of graphic [...]

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Graphic Designers Surveyed – What did they say?

If you’re a graphic designer interested in knowing about the peers in your field, you can check out the book¬†“Graphic Designers Surveyed” by authors Lucienne Roberts and Jessie Price. Together with social scientist Nikandre Kopcke, Roberts and Price, conducted an extensive survey that asked nearly 2000 graphic designers to dish about their careers. They enlisted [...]

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Happy International Women’s Day

For this year’s Google doodle commemorating International Women’s Day, Google asked young girls and women to complete the sentence, “One Day I will…”. Traveling to countries near and far, Google put together an inspiring video overlaid with fun animation to further enhance the beauty of the video. Read more about this doodle and some of [...]

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