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There’s no denying that Brooklyn is a hub for artists. But with so much art and so many artists constantly creating, it can be hard to find just whose work resonates with you. Shillington, a progressive school offering graphic design courses, aims to alleviate the overload of artists by picking out those whose work really shines.  Here, Shillington’s design teachers have curated a few accounts for both studios and individuals that might be inspiring...
If you've seen the documentary Helvetica, you're familiar with the high-concept fontscape of New York City's subway system. If you've seen the documentary Helvetica more than once, you're a stronger person than most. Two such fontophiles have started a Kickstarter campaign to create a full-size ("huge") reissue of the New York City Transit Authority's Graphics Standards Manual, originally created in 1970, and at the rate it's going, it may actually happen. The two men behind the Kickstarter...
Massimo Vignelli, designer of the still-controversial 1972 subway map, the MTA's striking Graphics Standard Manual and troves of other acclaimed Modernist works, has died at age 83. Let's take a look at some of his most important contributions to the world of design: The Milan-born Vignelli came to New York in 1965 to run a branch of Unimark International, whom the New York City Transit Authority hired to redevelop the subway signage, which at that point was completely...

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