It’s an election year here in America and there’s an elephant in the room. That doesn’t include the clumsy Republican elephant icon. The prices on food continues to rise despite the high unemployment rate. In the meantime the Oxfam America kicked off this new nonpartisan campaign.
My new co-worker was telling me that Romney is already selling tickets to his inauguration, so I found this piece interesting. Indeed as much as I can commend Obama for keeping us from backsliding further we have not progressed either. I’m willing to let him have one more chance because I think he’s better in … Read more
In addition to yesterday’s affirmation that I will actually make the print I’ve been designing for months in my head I have decided that my other New Year’s Resolution is to laugh more often, but only when appropriate. There is a good way to start: start going to garage sales or dig in my mother’s … Read more
Time to start thinking about about post-grad plans, and with all the protests going on it haas become clearer that its not just the American economy on a dowturn, but a global problem. New York Times reporter Nicholas Kulish delves into worldwide woes. MADRID — Hundreds of thousands of disillusioned Indians cheer a rural activist … Read more
My anthropology professor defined culture as the process of interpreting meaningful activity. He had to admit most of the visuals we receive were created by designers who had that idea in mind. Andrew Blauvelt discusses what design is like in relation to modern cultural practices. This article was first published in 1994 in Emigre 32, and now that … Read more