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Reissuing the 1977 EPA Graphics Standards Manual
In April 2017, designers Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed, the men behind the brilliant reissues of both the NASA Graphics Standards Manual and New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual, teamed with AIGA and design firm CGH to reissue the 1977 EPA Graphics Standards Manual as a hardcover book. As the designers noted in their Kickstarter, “Like the NASA Graphics Standards Manual, the EPA manual was commissioned as a result of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the ‘Federal Graphics Improvement Program’." In light of the current US presidential administration, we asked Hamish and Jesse if the timing of this project was in concert with Trump’s proposed elimination of the NEA.April 28, 2017
Swoon's "To Accompany Something Invisible"
To Accompany Something Invisible is an exhibition featuring installation boxes by Brooklyn-based artist Swoon on view at Allouche Gallery in the Meatpacking District. This show marks the first time that the more personal, process elements of Swoon’s work, such as prep sketches and preliminary paper cutouts, will be displayed publicly.April 27, 2017
The first comprehensive biography of one of the most innovative designers of the 20th century
San Francisco's Letterform Archive, who we visited for the May issue of the magazine, is currently running a Kickstarter for a new book on design pioneeer William Addison Dwiggins. Dwiggins was among the most influential and innovative designers of the early twentieth century. He was a master calligrapher, type designer, illustrator, private press printer, and a pioneer of advertising, magazine, and book design. In short, he was the quintessential maker — fabricating his own tools, mastering traditional skills, inventing new techniques, and experimenting with design in areas as wide-ranging as modular ornament, stamps, currency, furniture, kites, marionettes, and theatrical sets and lighting. More than any of his contemporaries, Dwiggins united the full range of applied arts into a single profession: designer.April 27, 2017