Graphic Design : The Type Desk

Just Enough Is More: Exhibition on Milton Glaser →

“Being a child of modernism I have heard this mantra all my life. Less is more. One morning upon awakening I realized that it was total nonsense…” —Milton Glaser Brigham Young University Museum of Art exhibits works of Milton Glaser June 30 through October 7, 2006.


Kathryn Cho’s Typecast →

From Kathryn Cho comes Typecast: A Documentary on Swiss Design. Can’t wait to see it! Link from Design Observer

Call for Entries: Iranian Proverbs →

5th Color organizes Iranian Sayings, The Third Iranian Typography Exhibition 2006. It will be held at the Tehran Gallery, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Tehran on June 8–21, 2006. Call for entries link

RIP Richard Eckersley →

“Good design is the process of solving the problem posed by the manuscript.”—Richard Eckersley Richard Eckersley, an award-winning graphic designer who introduced unconventional typography to staid-looking university-press books, died on Sunday at his home in Lincoln, Neb. He was 65. — New York Times

Serif vs. Sans Serif →

Serifs or no serifs? What’s your vote? Sans serif type is superior for legibility and should be used whenever possible before using serif type. Visually, serif type is more appealing than sans serif type. Affording more opportunities, it should be used in place of sans serif type whenever possible. Both serif and sans serif type can […]

DANISH – framing the future of design →

Just opening at the Dansk Design Center in Copenhagen, “DANISH – framing the future of design” will be showing from 22 Jun 2005 — 13 Nov 2005. Exhibitions at the DDC are always inspiring.