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Medieval panel designs from The Practical Decorator and... (#160788)
Medieval panel designs from The Practical Decorator and Ornamentalist, by George Ashdown Audsley, 1892 made by G.A. and M.A. Audsley as the highest quality fineart print to your liking. We do not sell mass-produced goods but produce custom-made masterpieces. (#160788)
The Overlooked Work of Paul Peter Piech, Mid-century “Anti-establishment” Designer
In 1979, artist and designer Paul Peter Piech incurred the wrath of the U.S. Embassy in London, which objected to his use of the American flag in a poster. In his design, Piech turned the flag on its side, with the stripes becoming vertical bars behind which black figures looked out, below them a ro
What Does It Mean to Decolonize Design?
“Decolonization” is a word we’re increasingly hearing at design events, often being used interchangeably with “diversity.” It’s important to emphasize that while the terms are linked, they shouldn’t be confused. Diversity is about bringing more people to the table. Decolonization is about changing the way we think about design history.
This Is Hardcore—The Huge Impact of a Niche Movement on Graphic Designers Today
For the uninitiated, hardcore was a subgenre of punk that has since become most famed for its more political movements (that’s political with a small “p”), including many fans’ adoption of a lifestyle that embraced gender equality (to an extent), veganism, and a tee-total “straight edge” policy tha