How To Get Your Creative Products Featured in the Press

Creative Boom

You might be a jewellery designer selling products online or an illustrator hoping to push some new prints – whatever you're doing to make a living; you need publicity in magazines, blogs, and newspapers to raise your profile and get new customers. Photo by Anthony Shkraba from Pexels.

A multimedia project that tells the legacy of the San Francisco Public Defender's Office

Creative Boom

criminal legal system and highlighting the legendary work of the San Francisco Public Defender. It was founded in honour of the late San Francisco Public Defender and filmmaker, Jeff Adachi (1959 - 2019). Mano Raju, San Francisco Public Defender).

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Public Sans

Typographica

Why must government design be subjected to utilitarian austerity? Like any brand or institution, governments have their own design sensibilities and needs, and a good typeface can help provide a unique and recognizable visual language.

Shanghai studio JWDK creates posters to help fight against coronavirus, inspired by vintage Chinese public health notices

Creative Boom

Shanghai brand design studio JWDK has launched a series of illustrated posters to help in the fight against coronavirus in China, inspired by vintage Chinese public health notices from the 1950s.

Shared Governance: A Democratic Future for Public Spaces

Azure Magazine

And what is it that determines how we engage with the public realm and our shared commons? Because to create truly democratized public space, we need to first embrace governance as a part of every design conversation from the very beginning.

Booooooom x Capture Photography Festival: Public Art Open Call

Booooooom

Photo Capture Photography Festival exhibition photography vancouver

Pritzker Prize Winners Design Accessible and Inclusive Public Washrooms For Tokyo

Azure Magazine

From park pavilions and sprawling mall interiors to the depths of subway stations, public washrooms have provided countless individuals (myself included) much needed space to relieve themselves. Rarely do public washrooms relay such careful execution. “Everybody poops.”

Public Safety at the City’s Core

Azure Magazine

That it happened here, like this, has forced me to grapple with the public safety issues I address within my practice at a site of refuge: my home. . It isn’t that I’m unaware of public space risks. The post Public Safety at the City’s Core appeared first on Azure Magazine.

Paula Scher: Public Theater

Shillington

As long as I’ve been practicing design, I have been most obsessed with the connection between the work I create and its public. The post Paula Scher: Public Theater appeared first on Shillington Design Blog.

Looking Back, Moving Forward: How Public Health Shaped Toronto

Azure Magazine

As we enter yet another phase of the COVID-19 era, great thinkers across public health and planning are conceptualizing and re-conceptualizing major aspects of urban living. But we have yet to confront the role of public health in this history. .

Learning From Barcelona: A New Future for Toronto’s Public Parks

Azure Magazine

Parc de l’Estació del Nord is a case in point, seamlessly incorporating a mix of uses and functions into an ambitiously designed public space. The post Learning From Barcelona: A New Future for Toronto’s Public Parks appeared first on Azure Magazine.

Disaster Capitalism: The Provocative Public Art of Prague’s David ?erný

Azure Magazine

erný’s public installations proliferated across the Czech capital. That year, Czechia held the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union, with the country invited to mark the occasion by installing a public art piece in Brussels. ?erný Curiosity Public Art

Amplifier's Open Call For Mental Health and Public Safety Art

Juxapoz Magazine

In response to COVID-19, Amplifier has launched an urgent campaign with top art curators and public health advisors from around the world.

Paula Scher’s 2020-21 Public Theater identity reflects the times

Creative Review

The new identity for the institution’s 2020-2021 season, which will run entirely online, is created by Scher and the in-house team at the Public Theater and nods to the unique, challenging circumstances faced by the arts this year.

Knoll Works publication

Communication Arts

Blurring the lines between a magazine, a lookbook and a catalog, Knoll Works illustrates the breadth of Knoll’s expertise in product solutions for the modern workplace. Article

Go Public With Privacy

Straight North

Data breaches, ad tracking, misuse of personal data and other issues have rattled the public, justifiably so. While many data breaches occurred without much media fanfare, enormous attacks on major brands such as Capital One and Evite raised public awareness — and fear.

Winter Olympic logo for Milan Cortina 2026 revealed following public vote

DesignWeek

Futura was the clear public favourite, with almost 75% of the votes. Let us know in the comments below… The post Winter Olympic logo for Milan Cortina 2026 revealed following public vote appeared first on Design Week

Public Domain and Free Fonts For Personal and Commercial Use

Noupe

Here’s a selection of 100% free and public domain fonts you can use for both personal and commercial needs. Public domain fonts , or open typographies, are all the fonts that are not only free to use but also open to edit, customize and modify , as well as redistribute.

Booooooom x Capture Photography Festival: Public Art Open Call

Booooooom

Photo Capture Photography Festival open call photographers photography

Remembering Siah Armajani (1939-2020): An Artist Who Bridged Public Art, Politics and Architecture

Azure Magazine

While he was still a student, his early works on paper were exhibited in a number of shows at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis; he went on to complete his first public structure, fittingly titled First Bridge , in White Bear Lake in 1968. PHOTO: Public Art Fund/Timothy Schenck.

Booooooom x Capture Photography Festival: Public Art Artist Chosen

Booooooom

Photo Angela Blažanovi? capture festival photographer photography vancouver

Bright Tape Promoting Social Distancing Transforms Public Architecture in Singapore

Colossal

The account @tape_measures has been compiling photo submissions from the country, showing how geometric additions are altering public spaces with the use of simple X’s and more complex systems of arrows, boxes, and lines. via @natgeeoh.

Vintage NASA Space Publications Various Manual & Report Cover Designs

The Logo Smith

The post Vintage NASA Space Publications Various Manual & Report Cover Designs appeared first on The Logo Smith.

Giant flipbook installed in Kanazawa allows public to mechanically operate an animation

Its Nice That

Designed by Chee-Kit Lai of Mobile Studio Architects, the “world’s largest flipbook” displays an animated sequence comprising drawings by 100 participants across Japan and the UK.

Public Theater identity

Communication Arts

Pentagram’s colorful identity for The Public Theater’s 2020-2021 season rejuvenates this New York-based theater’s passionate spirit.

Unhoused, Unwelcome? Public Space and the Stigma of Homelessness

Azure Magazine

Safe in Public Space is a Bentway initiative that takes a deep, critical look at safety and equity in public spaces everywhere. In a public realm that does not cater to the needs of the unhoused, homeless folks effectively become perceived as intruders into “our” space.

Annie Atkins creates a series of fake Public Health Service posters to lift our spirits during lockdown

Creative Boom

"Smile on your neighbour" and "Now is not the time to text your ex" – these are some of the cheerful posters featuring "virus slogans" by Dublin-based designer Annie Atkins , a kind of fake public health service broadcast to cheer us up during lockdown and remind us to stay home.

How Removing Public Seating Creates New Civic Barriers

Azure Magazine

According to the City of Toronto the public benches were removed to promote physical distancing. Much less apparent is the absence of public amenities, like the removal of benches. The post How Removing Public Seating Creates New Civic Barriers appeared first on Azure Magazine.

Paula Scher exhibition looks at graphic design in the public sphere

Creative Review

In 1994, Pentagram New York was brought on board to shape a new visual identity for arts organisation The Public Theater. Paula Scher: Public Theater runs until December 7, and gives the floor to the wealth of innovative poster designs created by Scher.

Engaging Public Discourse on Climate Change Through Photography

Feature Shoot

While issues of climate change and extinction are finally being rightfully centered in public discourse, for many the issues remain abstract because they cannot picture the impact in real time.

Designing better public health awareness through video games

Design Week

But as the coronavirus crisis proves, video games can be a crucial tool in helping doctors and the general public deal with public health matters. ” The post Designing better public health awareness through video games appeared first on Design Week.

Urinals for women: Is it time to rethink public toilets?

Design Week

There are many pointed reminders of the UK’s austerity period of the 2010s, but the nations’ public toilets are perhaps one of the lesser known victims. A lack of public toilets limits many people’s capacity to confidently leave their homes.

A zine library opens in Hamburg to give visitors access to global DIY publications

Its Nice That

The newly launched Hamburg gallery Raum für Illustration has collected more than 150 zines from 25 countries, showing the breadth of talent in self-publishing. Read more

Shanghai Studio Creates Posters To Help Fight Against Coronavirus, Inspired By Vintage Chinese Public Health Notices

Design You Trust

Shanghai brand design studio JWDK has launched a series of illustrated posters to help in the fight against coronavirus in China, inspired by vintage Chinese public health notices from the 1950s.

Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration will be world’s largest public arts space for the medium

Its Nice That

The House of Illustration will rename and relocate to the £8 million institution planned for London’s Islington, with the existing gallery remaining closed until its scheduled 2022 completion.

Carnival, Blackness and the Precarity of Public Safety

Azure Magazine

This is why prioritizing the safety of the people who participate in this practise — particularly Black people — is a public health issue. Safe in Public Space is a Bentway initiative that takes a deep, critical look at safety and equity in public spaces everywhere.

National Public Radio posters

Communication Arts

The typographically experimental posters for NPR reveals this famed radio station’s statistics in a contemporary way. Article

How to Launch Your Blog or Portfolio in 2020 (3,500+ Word Start to Finish Guide)

Inspiration Feed

The graphic design industry is tough. No matter where you go, you’ll see amazing talent through the work of other designers in the field.

Public Finance Magazine Cover

Chris Dunn Illustration/Fine Art

Art Chris Dunn Illustration Cover Digital In The Pipe Line Leaks Magazine Photoshop Pipes Public Finance MagazineA blast from the not so distant past. I was given the a brief to create the phrase 'In The Pipeline' (the question mark was added later on) using about 5 stock images of pipes. Below you can see the trials and tribulations I went through trying to get the words to be legible and still all join together realistically.

What is Public Interest in Architecture?

Azure Magazine

The profession of architecture in Canada is framed by regulatory bodies through its mandate to protect the public interest. How do we inscribe a “public,” and who is excluded from it? Fundamentally, architects are not trained to engage with the public directly.

Park Politics: Equity and Public Space During COVID-19

Azure Magazine

Long before the pandemic, the vitality of greenery and public space was readily apparent across many of North America’s most densely populated communities. As images of seemingly packed Florida beaches made headlines in March, a debate began to simmer about the harms of public life.

20 public speaking tips even the experts use

Canva

But if you’re like most people, you probably need to amend that statement to “there’s nothing to fear but fear itself…and public speaking.”. There are ways you can get more comfortable with public speaking—and breeze through your next speech without the sweaty palms.

“Public art has to demonstrate generosity towards the public”: Eva Rothschild on democratic sculpture

Its Nice That

The Irish artist and Royal Academician has unveiled her first permanent London sculpture, a candy-striped, upside-down tree in King’s Cross intended as a social outdoor space.