There’s always more than one way to tell a story: New York Times Magazine design director Arem Duplessis takes us through the process of creating three covers for his title, from initial sketches, to final artwork, with some ideas along the way that, for one reason or another, didn’t make the grade
Graphic Design: Now in Production, the Walker Art Center’s look at recent graphic work, raises questions about the profession’s future
A few of our favourite Christmassy creative things sent to CR this year…
The Obama campaign picked up the Titanium Grand Prix at last week’s Cannes Lions advertising festival, and was praised in particular for its integration of digital into a traditional approach. Speaking yesterday at Fallon advertising agency in London, Thomas Gensemer of Blue State Digital, the company behind mybarackobama.com, explained how the website contributed to Obama’s success.