I was recently asked to do an outdoor Ink Off with another illustrator for the AIGA in downtown Denver. They set up a huge wall covered in brown craft paper and we had one hour to create a mural using a bucket of ink and some big brushes. It was interesting to work in front […]
If you haven’t heard of Jessica Hische, you are really missing out. This designer and letterer has astounding talent. I had the opportunity to hear her speak at an AIGA event, and she was delightful. She trained under Louise Fili, and it really shows. Check out her website in teenage girl mode for a laugh. Then head over to her portfolio to see her classic novel covers. They won’t disappoint.
Anthony Burrill, an often humorous UK-based designer who works in print, installation and multi-media, is delivering a Small Talk at The Bumble and bumble space in New York’s Meat Packing District for AIGA on Thursday June 4th at 6pm. Burrill’s style of work is typographic and communicative.
The New York Chapter of the AIGA presents the first ever presentation by designer-artist Mario Hugo on March 26. Reknowned for his creative type designs and stunning illustrations for clients such as Warp Records, Dolce and Gabbana, Channel 4, and The Fader, this event promises to be inspiring and memorable.