Andrew Lee, art director of The Japan Times, talks about creating the JT's new logo and what it took to revamp the print version of the newspaper for its 120th anniversary.
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Design Museum Japan
BY TAKU SATOH
@ VOL 96
ON NOV 01, 2012
Known for his award-winning art direction and branding projects, Taku Satoh is the founder of Taku Satoh Design Office, and has been wowing design lovers with his innovative and often mesmerizing visual sense. Here, he also talks about the new "Design Museum Japan" initiative. This presentation was part of a special Tokyo Designers Week 2012 edition of PKN Tokyo, held at Meiji-Jingu Gaien, inside the TDW Dome. (in Japanese)
Redesigning Vorarlberger Jasskarten
BY CHRISTIAN FEURSTEIN
@ VOL 2
ON APR 25, 2013
Christian Feurstein presents the re-design of the famous traditional Vorarlberger Jasskarten, initiated by Landjäger Magazin. They assigned four designers to come up with their personal interpretation for the four-color deck. (in German)
Signs of the Times
BY SHINOBU MACHIDA
@ コメ展 X PECHAKUCHA
ON APR 19, 2014
Illustrious collector Shinobu Machida returns, this time with a set of photos depicting traditional Japanese shop signs. Beautifully crafted and hewn from timber, bronze, and gold, the ornate work is certainly something to gape at.
Japan and the Temporal Craftsmen
BY NICHOLAS COFFEE
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Nicholas Coffee takes us through history of temporal craftsmen with examples of temples and shrines across Japan. His study was made possible by the Georgia Trust Foundation.
Nicholas is a LEED AP Architectural Designer at FXFOWLE working on a range of projects in NYC from urban design to interior design. Previously he worked at Bjarke Ingels Group on a variety of projects including the Hot to Cold exhibition and publication. He holds a Masters of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelors of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado at Boulder (his hometown.)
The Bittersweet life of an Alternative Weekly Newspaper
BY TRICIA BATEMAN
@ VOL 24
ON AUG 17, 2017
Two and a half years ago, the former editors of the Metro Pulse along with a few kindred spirits set out to launch a newspaper. Yes, in the 21st century. Tricia Bateman, art director of the Knoxville Mercury, will walk you through what it was like and what they learned starting, maintaining, and ultimately closing a local weekly newspaper.