Posts Tagged With magazine

David Carson for Beach Culture Magazine

This piece by David Carson in collaboration with Beach Culture magazine in 1990. This certain piece is significant to Carson’s career for multiple reasons. During his time working for Beach Culture, Carson began to gain more attention from the public. Even though Beach Culture only stayed around long enough to publish six issues, this is…

Parco, 1977

Harumi Yamaguchi worked as the head of advertising for PARCO, a department store chain who’s mission was to “combine retail and creative activity with a consciously female focus.” The copywriter and art director for PARCO’s advertising were also women, further reinforcing the female-centered approach to their marketing strategy. This particular piece, titled Parco, appeared in…

Ruth Ansel: 65′ Avedon Space Issue

What is it: a 1965 cover of Harper’s Bazaar Designed by: Ruth Ansel, An image of: Jean Shrimpton Photographed by: Richard (Dick) Avedon   This cover (and issue) of Harper’s Bazaar is one of Ansel’s most popular and well known. Not only is the cover striking and eye-catching but the backstory is also interesting. Originally,…

Kissing Doesn’t Kill

From June to December 1989, Gran Fury installed their “Kissing Doesn’t Kill: Greed and Indifference Do” series on the sides of buses in New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.  The series showed three couples – a straight couple, a gay couple, and a lesbian couple – of different races kissing.  It was…

Steven Heller

Steven Heller is a very influential name in the design world.  In addition to graphic design, his works are included in categories such as art critic, author, director, and editor (Famous Graphic Designers).  Currently, Heller is credited with author rights on over 60 books.  Not only has Steven Heller provided his own influence on the…

April Greiman- Design Quarterly 133

Design quarterly is a prestigious magazine from Walker Art Center that for over 50 years has been featuring designers and their work in the fields of contemporary architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, and product and graphic design. In 1989 they reached out to April Greiman to feature her for issue 133 of their magazine and…

Fred Woodward work

This 2003 spread was designed by Fred Woodward, to promote the new movie Spiderman, starring Tobey Maguire. The article features Woodward’s signature style of positioning the headline across an image in such a way that forces the reader to read the headline in a certain way, while also at the same time observing all the details…