Playing her own instruments and recording her own music along side a life surrounded by art and the chaos of New York, DJCybo sheds some light on her work.
Before the internet, before you and I, people like Milton Glaser carried the torch to bring design to where it is today. Come get inspired by his words of wisdom and experience.
I discovered Jeremy Prasatik’s portfolio a long time back. His style is one that seems to find its place almost anywhere it is applied. Check out what’s new with JP33.
If you keep up with design, then you should be familiar with Jeff Finley and Go Media. But there are some things about Jeff most of us know nothing about. BOL wanted to find out more about the guy behind the work… keep reading.
Do me a favor, yes you who is reading this, just make sure whatever it is your doing/listening to it makes you HAPPY… that’s all that truly matters.
I was going to college for adolescent psychology. Back in high school I had started a small clothing company called Lowkey. That was the catalyst that would pull me into design, but Dustin was the one who would get me started. Today, I am a designer. I blame this guy…
BOL interview with Shane Grajczyk from ShanesArt.com. Shane give some insight into his work, career and lifestyle as a designer. “I can take an idea, create an image and “add milk” where necessary.”
Joshua Smith is a bad bad man… I’ve been following his work for a while. I was stoked to head over to Memphis to check out his gallery show and to find out he was one of the most genuine people I have met… and funny as hell.
“As you may have heard, there’s been an 8.9 earthquake and tsunami devastating Japan very badly. The whole world is trying their best, to support and help over this terrible disaster. Even the design community has risen to do their part.” – François Hoang from Abduzeedo.com
With the closing of Emptees.com it was almost inevitable that someone would carry the torch. A community of that size, with that much passion never just dwindles away… Rob Dobi was that guy.
In 2007 the guys over at Indie Labs started a side project: “a place for people who design and love tee-shirts to show off their work, hang out, and talk shop with their peers”. This side project soon became the monster known as Emptees.com.