House Industries celebrates the craft of Photo-Lettering’s past while presenting it in the context of contemporary relevance. David Dodde’s prodigious hand-printed panels and substantial scrims mingle with custom lithographic layers and fascinating alphabetic fixtures by fanatical fabricators Marc Wiegers and Roger VanTill of Greenwood Studios. January 30, 2012
A hand tremor is not high on the list of desires for most photographers, so when Alan noticed his hand shaking, and found out he had Parkinson's, all he could say was "Uh oh." Yet art photographer Alan Babbitt has turned his Parkinson's tremor into an innovative art technique -- Un-Still Photography June 27, 2011
We get so wrapped up in Photoshop stuff, we often forget about the extraordinary work being done in Corel Painter! One particular artist will totally sweep you away, so I knew I had to get her into this year's Designing Women. . . ladies and gentlemen, meet : Jane Conner-ziser! March 31, 2011
Welcome to the 16th Annual Designing Women edition of DTG Magazine and the Graphic Design & Publishing Center ... the annual quest to find the very best in women designers in graphic design, illustration, photography, typography, advertising, screen printing and visual communications. Enjoy the trip February 28, 2011
If you're looking for more robust photo galleries for the web, maybe you need a 3D photo gallery. But maybe you just haven't had the time to learn Flash well enough to take the plunge. While we don't like, nor recommend Flash photo galleries, if you insist, this will make your life easier. February 17, 2011
Each year, we like to focus on achievements in the visual communications world in celebration of Black History Month. This year we're taking a little different approach in a quest to find creative expressions of Martin Luther King Jr. We've also updated the whole series of pages about Black designers and artists in the world ... February 14, 2011
Thanks to the new book tracing four decades of stunning posters from David, I have the distinct pleasure of idolizing yet another of my most-admired contemporary graphic designers. Everyone who loves the visual arts needs this ... November 1, 2010
Sandie's art "Freedom" has been selected from the incoming submissions as the first winner in our
"WHAT DOES FREEDOM MEAN TO YOU" theme contest for JULY. Will you be the next winner? Hope so!
Sandie's studios are in Indiana, U.S.A., and she'll be receiving a stack of graphic design and publishing arts books from the Design Bookshelf collection of collectible titles.
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See Sandie's art at sandie.net
WHAT DOES FREEDOM MEAN TO YOU July 17, 2010