The New Yorker cartoonist once saw her career going over a waterfall. Four decades as a working artist later, and still churning out whimsical and pithy cartoons, Chast sees humor everywhere she looks—especially in New York City.
Globe-trotting designer Rejane Dal Bello explores stories and design languages for disease and health. In this interview, she exposes the family roots of her most ambitious project, a series of books about Dr. Giraffe, fine arts paintings inspired by Google Earth, and how these passion projects balance her arduous work regimen.
Calling itself a “modern partner to ambitious brands,” the agency has dropped the word "digital" from its list of attributes in a move aimed at putting the limiting and, in its opinion, now obsolete definition of digital agency behind it.
Eike König got his start designing album artwork during Frankfurt's techno era. In this interview, he traces the DNA of those rave years to the founding of his Berlin-based design collective "Hort" and his mission to always deliver the unexpected.
For the second straight year, we asked 10 creatives to predict what is coming up in the world of design and how they will prepare for it. This year's installment includes designing for voice-controlled tech, holograms, and the rise of the hybrid designer.
This Italian calligrapher is regularly hailed as one of the world’s greatest working calligraphers. Combining his monkish commitment to the craft with an inventive, youthful sensibility, Barcellona’s contemporary interpretation of hand lettering has coincided with a major resurgence of calligraphy in visual culture.