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In Print: design gone wild

Starting out as a graphic designer in the early 90s, Colin Metcalf was wowed by Raygun, the David Carson-designed cultural magazine that exploded the staid graphic arts scene of the day. It defied traditional design logic: layouts and typefaces looked like they’d been run through a blender and poured onto the page. Metcalf had never […]

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On Exhibit: a marriage of media

Some rebellions start with a sword. Anjelika Krishna’s started with a sewing machine. “My parents always wanted me to become a doctor because we’re from this whole range of doctors and engineers,” says Krishna, a 22-year-old fashion design student at the School of the Art Institute. “I had to revolt a lot to pursue this.” […]