Marget Larsen apparently had the touch: she was known for assessing at a glance what factors made an image a success or a dud. From Irish whisky ads to bread bags, Larsen’s intrepid designs created waves throughout the advertising industry. From there, her impact was felt across the expanse of popu
RUSTIC 21ST CENTURY MINIMALISM
Using individual blocks of color to form a precise visual statement is a technique that dates back through the ages at least as far as 4th century Macedonia, arguably reaching its apex with the Christian mosaics of the byzantine empire eight centuries later. It is la
First, a short bit about ourselves. We are Experimental Jetset, a small, independent graphic design studio based in Amsterdam, consisting of three persons: Marieke Stolk, Danny van den Dungen and Erwin Brinkers. We have been collaborating as Experimental Jetset since we graduated from the Gerrit Riet
The following biographical information was taken from fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez's obituary written by Anne-Marie Schiro for the New York Times on March 18, 1987. Lopez died of complications from AIDS the age of 44 in Los Angeles.
An artist whose constantly changing but always flamboyant