My fabric pattern project will be presented at the Tokyo Designers Week (October 25th – November 3rd, 2014).
Tokyo Designers Week is an international design event that gathers the excellent architecture, interior, product design, graphic design and art from all over the world. Since 2005, the event has been taking place at Meiji Jingu Gaien Mae in Tokyo and attracting more than 100,000 visitors every year. This year, Tokyo Designers Week 2014 will be held with 4 main themes – Design, Art, Fashion and Music. Visitors will see more than 20 programs and events during 10 days.
The National Postal Museum keeps many treasures… These five American stamps are a great source of inspiration for modern designers. Which one is your favorite?
Did you know that Immanuel Kant worked only four hours a day? This interesting infographic shows sixteen daily schedules of famous composers, scientists and writers… Click here to see the details of the image above.
In 2014, AIGA-Iowa turned 20! The American Institute of Graphic Arts (or AIGA) was founded in 1914 as a small club of graphic artists, printers, publishers and illustrators gathered in New York City. Since then, AIGA grown into a national network of more than 25,000 professional designers, educators, students and design enthusiasts served by 68 chapters. AIGA-Iowa chapter is the one of them.
“I am made Independent in disposition and am willing to fight my own battles . . . Life is a battle in which I am going to win or die.” (F. A. Miller)
He was the owner and chief developer of the Mission Inn in Riverside, California. His energetic lobbying efforts resulted in bringing the Citrus Experiment Station, the interurban street car system and the Opera House to Riverside. This man, who had little formal education and never held an elected office or learned to drive a car, succeeded where many others had failed. His name was Frank Augustus Miller. Continue reading