Thursday, June 26, 2014
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Aaron Draplin's work is as loud as he is and his meteoric rise into the upper echelon of design is no surprise. He operates as a one man design studio out of his home, often in only his underwear, and has worked for Target, Coal Headwear, Cobra Dogs, and has a prolific line of merchandise centered on design productivity. Aaron was the art director of Snow Board Magazine where he won the Art Directors Clubs, Art Director of the Year in 2000. Aaron's brand Field Notes is beloved my designers and
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Monday, June 23, 2014
Stefan Bucher is an American, by way of Germany, graphic designer based out of California. He trained at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and now owns and operates a studio, 322 design. He is the creator of the popular online animation series Daily Monster. For 100 days he filmed himself drawing a new monster every night, based on random ink blots. Visitors then posted stories about each monster on the blog. The clips have been downloaded over a million times and are collected, along with selected stories, in the book 100 Days of Monsters.
Sunday, June 22, 2014
Design Army. Sounds scary, doesn't it? Well this DC based design firm is anything but. They are a great example of what a small design studio can be. Headed up by husband and wife team Jake and Pum Lefebure, Design Army is a mostly print based firm working from an editorial lens. Their work for the Washington Ballet, The One Show, and Neenah Paper (just to name a few) is awe inspiring. With gorgeous photography, refined typography, and an amazing concept; Design Army produces work that is envied by all in the business of design. They are here to conquer.
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Kate Bingaman-Burt is a woman obsessed with circles, projects, and making. Based in Portland where she teaches, works for clients, and making long form projects that spans up to years; photographing Free boxes outside homes, interviewing Target shoppers about their purchases, and even redrawing her credit card statements until her extensive debt was down to 0. Her work is inspiring. It teaches us to use constraint in our work to promote our creative output.
Welcome to Daily Design Talks, a curated video blog focused on bringing the plethora of design talks and lectures by industry leaders, thinkers, and innovators from around the web to one place. Each speaker in the videos give insight into their lives, their process, and how they are reshaping the world through the power of good design. So sit back, relax, and enjoy DailyDesignTalks.