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Falling into the Star Wars Trap

Spider-Man: Homecoming. For a movie so good, how could Sony have released a poster so bad? In the words of one angry Twitter user, it looks like Sony “let a first-year design student use Photoshop Elements” to create the official one sheet. Ouch. The first thing that came to mind when I saw the poster […]

Andy Warhol: The Intersection of Art and Design

In light of recent class discussions about art versus design, I would like to introduce you to Andy Warhol. Warhol is the highpoint at the intersection between art and design. In the 1950s, before Warhol became celebrated in the art world, he was a ‘commercial artist’. Back in the day—when Warhol was alive—the term ‘commercial […]

Typefaces of the World

This poster was designed as an info graphic explaining the origin of many typefaces. Its combination of complex information with visual appeal make it easy to digest a lot of information very quickly. It works effectively as a poster as well as an informational piece. I find this balance between being visually appealing and interesting […]