9 years ago | Literary
The Internet has changed a lot of the ways we do business. You can pay bills online, buy cars online, meet friends online, and maybe, if you're lucky, live out your dream job online. Author and artist Austin Kleon believes he owes his career to th...
For Tabitha Myers, colonial decor is too often associated with austere halls, play-it-safe art and conservative neutrals. To her, colonial means bright, adventurous colors and and cheeky prints -- traditional pieces with rebellious twists. Myers, ...
The first-ever Phoenix Urban Design Week begins on Monday, bringing together dozens of local creatives, academics and developers for discussions on how to save Phoenix from the downward spiral of urban sprawl. Hosted by the Phoenix Urban Research ...
Chris Bale and Travis Smith on Modern Design, Modern Bears, and Their Appearance this Friday at Metro Retro
If you ever find yourself struck by an idea while sitting poolside at the Arizona Biltmore, chances are you should pursue it. It worked for Irving Berlin, who composed "White Christmas" next to the pool, and it worked for Chris Bale and Travis Smi...
Earlier this month, the American Advertising Federation's Metro Phoenix branch announced this year's ADDY winners, which honor the best in local advertising campaigns. One young ADDY winner caught our eye: Raven Cruz, a 20-year-old senior at the A...
Typography fans are in for a treat: AIGA is hosting two events next week that celebrate the ol' printing press. On Monday, AIGA's monthly FilmBar series offers a screening of Typeface, a 2009 documentary by Justine Nagan. The film follows the Hami...