Cipe Pineles, 1996 AIGA Medalist, was the first autonomous woman art director of a mass-market American publication (Glamour) and the first woman asked to join the all-male New York Art Directors Club and later its Hall of Fame. She is also credited with the innovation of using fine artists to illustrate mass-market publications.
Sooner or later, the idea
of self-employment without the need to deal with clients—that is, being able
to generate passive income—is going to enter your head. This is the story of how two designers created a side project using something they loved—wood type—and made some money in the process.
Section: Tools and Resources
Nick Jr. IDs: Bouncing Ball, Ants, Reindeer, Owls, Counting Creatures
The New York Times
An (Oft-Copied) Still-Life Photographer Shows Us How It’s Done
Posted by Cara Gibbs
July 14, 2016