In the last post, we saw the responsiveness of the design style to its surroundings and how various social, economic and political events shaped graphic design. In this post, we will explore the era from 1930 to 1960 and the rise of graphic design as a discipline. American modernism and its effect on visual art… Continue reading Evolution of Graphic Design (Part 3)
“That’s what careless words do, they make people love you a little less.” – when I read this line in ‘The God of Small Things’, little did I know that this would someday be so applicable to technology in the world trying to acknowledge diversity. Since the wrap up of Adobe Max 2021 – the… Continue reading More than words…
I am sure you all must have seen the ‘Keep calm and carry on’ visuals in various formats and renditions by how. Have you ever wondered how this visual popped out of nowhere a few years ago and was suddenly everywhere – from mugs, posters, installations, memes to clothing?Well, the quirky visual dates much before… Continue reading Keep calm and know the history!
“Vincent, you are always talking about how hard you must work. Then why do you waste your time on all those silly French books?” “I can’t draw a figure,” he said, “without knowing all about the bones and muscles and tendons that are inside it. And I can’t draw a head without knowing what goes… Continue reading Visual creation in the evolving visual culture