Archive for the “Process” category

Process Video, Sogo Japan Charity Print

by Tanya on July 19, 2011

Recently we featured the SOGO Japan Charity Print, designed by Neil Summerour of Positype and printed by The Half and Half screen printing and letterpress shop. Jivan Davé, an intern at The Half and Half and design student at Anderson (…)

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ZVV New Year Cards

by Tanya on July 18, 2011

These Christmas and New Year cards were created for the transportation bond in Zurich, by graphic designer Johannes Breyer as a collaborative project with Larissa Kasper. Using laser cut wood stamps meant to reflect motion and transportation, the cards were (…)

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5,000 Subway Cards

by Tanya on May 4, 2011

Stephen Shaheen, an artist based in Brooklyn NYC, found a useful purpose for all those discarded metro tickets we typically throw away. He used craigslist to source 5,000 discarded tickets and used them to create “metrobench” for a recent exhibit (…)

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Orphan

by Tanya on April 21, 2011

UK based artist, Sam Winston, explored a unique storytelling method when writing his book Orphan. For ten years he collected scraps of paper, diary notes and typed word documents all pertaining to one idea. When he reached his final draft (…)

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FPO Awards

by Tanya on April 14, 2011

Last week UnderConsideration launched the call for entries for the first FPO (For Print Only) awards. The FPO blog is one of my personal favorites as it often features small print run projects that don’t often appear in other publications. (…)

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The Beauty of Failure

by Tanya on March 18, 2011

Last Month CBC radio’s Tapestry program ran an episode about making mistakes entitled To Err is Human. During the show, hosted by Mary Hynes, Canadian design superstar, Bruce Mau, was interviewed about his perspective on the value of failure. Mau, (…)

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One Story Becomes Two

by Tanya on February 24, 2011

Tree of Codes is a novel by Jonathan Safran Foer that pushes the boundaries of book design and storytelling to a new level. Using a different die cut on each page, the author literally cut his story out of another. (…)

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Post Office

by Jill on February 18, 2011

After realizing he was pouring all of his creative energy into his advertising work, Art Director, Brian Allen decided he needed a creative project to work on that was his own. Out of his desire to create without the interference (…)

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