Graphic Design Before the Computer

Sep 27, 2010 / 4 Brilliant Comments

What would we do as graphic designers without the computer? Before the ease of Photoshop and Illustrator, and before the ease of transferring our design sketches onto our computer screens, graphic designers copied, pasted and stripped. Past greats worked this way before 1984 and created some of the most iconic logo designs of all time. [...]

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Robert Brownjohn Poster

Sep 3, 2010 / Add your thoughts

One of world famous artist and graphic designer Robert Brownjohn’s last pieces of work, Peace? poster designed in 1970, shortly before his death August 1, 1970. Political war poster? aimed at the un-attainability of peace. Born in New Jersey, Brownjohn moved to New York to pursue his graphic design career after attending the Institute of [...]

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Muhammad Ali, Martyr

Aug 27, 2010 / 1 Brilliant Comment

Esquire is one of my favorite reads, they stay atop men’s fashion, new products and have creative and some debatable material. Much more than now, content for the men’s magazine in the 60′s and 70′s featured controversial topics of the day, involving racism, feminism and the Vietnam War. Boxing during that era launched fighters into [...]

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