Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, profiles Victoria Venturi of Paper Epiphanies and celebrates the envelope.
This year marks the 75th Anniversary of Print Magazine. As the longest-running stateside graphic design publication, and one of the most popular and widely-read magazines serving the design industry, it is no surprise that they have chosen to celebrate by asking 75 of today’s most talented creatives to design the word “print” in their own style, with no direction beyond basic specs. Furthermore »
As we continue to celebrate the influence of art and design on perception, the focus of the recent issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we’re taking a closer look at the group of talented makers featured in issue six.
Today we follow up with Construction Kids, a Brooklyn company that provides hands-on workshops where kids use real tools to build things.
In an increasingly digital world there’s something quite refreshing when a simple analog activity, like coloring, gains rapid popularity amid an unlikely audience—adults. It could be expected to be embraced among the artistically inclined; those whom understand the importance of creative play to unlock their potential. But the beauty of the adult coloring book phenomenon is that it has swept the world indiscriminately.