Pentagram: There Needs To Be More Storytelling In Graphic Design

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“Everything we do is about storytelling,” Stout says.

Source Pentagram’s DJ Stout: There Needs To Be More Storytelling In Graphic Design

The cover of Texas Monthly‘s July 1992 issue features an portrait of then governor Ann Richards sitting on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. She’s dressed head to toe white leather, her hair is coiffed in her signature gray bouffant, and she stares confidently at the camera. To DJ Stout, the cover’s designer, this portrait of Richards, 60 years old at the time, was “the perfect metaphor for capturing her salty wit and irreverent personality,” he once wrote. In a fleeting glance, readers knew it wasn’t business as usual at the Texas statehouse. The audacious concept is also one of the perfect examples of Stout’s evocative, eclectic approach to visual design.

The Art of Science Learning § SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

The Art of Science Learning

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It’s no secret: American children are behind in math and science, and falling faster by the year. For a group of innovative thinkers gathering in Washington DC, restoring “STEM” in America must go beyond multiplication drills, beyond the latest in computer apps. It’s time to re-imagine science learning altogether, they say: it’s time for wood and clay, watercolor and chalk.

History of cycling: California Map of possible routes.

This map was sold as a folded-in illustration in an 1896 Cycler’s Guide and Road Book of California, which also included seven smaller sectional maps, a list of hoteliers prepared to offer cyclists’ rates, and a directory of “agents and repairers” who might furnish up-to-date information on road conditions.