21st Annual Designing Women: BLITZ, Stacey after a decade, Becca's soft hand, Cuba Illustrated and more

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21st Annual Designing Women As we said before, we love to visit studios we've featured before. Such is the case with Stacey's! But probably the highlight of this journey is the story about BLITZ magazine, and the video we've included. It's a pleasure to keep rolling, and our #3 will follow this week! Have fun!

  • Ten years ago : Stacey Dyer and Triple Frog
  • Giselle Monzón Calero: Cuba illustrated
  • Carey Labovitch and her BLITZ
  • Becca Stadtlander soft hand

Carey Labovitch and her BLITZ

graphics, design, typography, illustration and photography

Carey Labovitch set off to start a magazine that she and her friends wanted to read. That was in 1979. She changed the world -- and invented the realm of "STYLE" magazines . . .
      LITZ magazine was a monthly media, fashion & pop culture magazine, founded in 1980 by university students Carey Labovitch and Simon Tesler. Here, she discusses the era-defining publication, its unique editorial approach and tell the story of an intriguing denim jacket project.
Here's the Full Story Do Not miss this video: Carey Labovitch talks about Blitz
Designing Women Samples Now you can read all about Blitz Magzine

Becca Stadtlander soft hand

graphics, design, typography, illustration and photography

I don't really know if I should qualify Becca as "designing" but she has such a remarkable hand for pictorialization I cannot resist sharing her visions with you. Her books work represents a magical journey through the imagination and beyond! Keep up the great work, Becca! Also on Tumblr
Here's the Full Story Full story : beccastadtlander.com
Designing Women Samples Here is a good look at her sampler!

Giselle Monzón Calero: Cuba illustrated

graphics, design, typography, illustration and photography

We met Giselle Monzón Calero in our Designing Women back in 2013, and now we're catching up with her latest works! Born in Villa Clara, Cuba in 1979, Giselle graduated from the Cuban Insituto Superior de Desiño (ISDI). She lives and works in Havana, and works mainly for cultural institutions: theatres, festivals and films.
      Don't miss her in the Cuban Artists Network and on Facebook
Here's the Full Story Full story : Cuban Artists Network
Designing Women Samples Here is a more complete sampler

Ten years ago : Stacey Dyer and Triple Frog

graphics, design, typography, illustration and photography

We introduced you to Stacey and her Triple Frog ten years ago. It's great to catch up with her again, and see how she's been such a success!
      Triple Frog quickly grew from a fledgling design firm to a fully entrenched member of the digital design community. Throughout these years, they’ve worked with clients both large and small, in industries as diverse as healthcare, leisure, the arts, education and non-profits. Maybe we had something to do with her success, maybe not. Who knows. Happy ten years, Stacey! (Here's her 2006 Feature)
Here's the Full Story Full story : Triple Frog ~ www.triplefrog.com
Designing Women Samples Here is a more complete sampler

Stay tuned as we continue the 21st Annual Designing Women celebration for 2016!

More and more new entries will be added all month long . . . and will continue into April! Remember, if you would like to suggest a Designing Woman for this series, there's still time. Just check it out here:
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fred_c_125 Thanks for reading . . . and, thanks for twenty years of Designing Women online!

Fred Showker

      Editor/Publisher : DTG Magazine
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