A while back I found this brochure for a Picasso exhibit at Le Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal. The exhibit was way back in 1985. What I found curious about it is the cover of the brochure, specifically the main title and dates of the exhibition. Opening up the brochure, you see the same type treatment in the titles. They play off Picasso’s signature, or … Continue reading The Art of Design. The Design of Art.
I was recently looking up what the term pro-bono meant. It essentially means “for the public good.” And looking around I found two very good articles on the topic. One from HOW design magazine titled Graphic Design for Good: The Dos & Dont’s of Pro Bono Design. And the other one from Fast Company titled Five Myths About Pro Bono Design. I am not going … Continue reading My Experience, or Lack Thereof, With Pro-Bono Design Work