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My First Internship with First Outcomes

I’m Ashley Jasinski and I’m currently a rising Junior at Temple University. I’m majoring in Advertising, Art Direction while also studying to get a certificate in Film Studies. I’ve secured my first ever internship with a small startup digital healthcare…

My Internship with The Lenfest Institute

My name is Gabrielle and this semester I had the pleasure of working at The Lenfest Institute located on Cecil B. Moore Ave. The Lenfest Institute at Temple University is a part of the North Philadelphia Workforce Initiative and is…

Evian’s “Baby & Me”

;v=pfxB5ut-KTs   Evian strikes gold with another spot focusing on their “Live Young” branding and providing us with yet again a video featuring adorable babies, Evian’s signature. This time, instead of just showing the inner child that Evian’s water brings…

Happy Earth Day, Google!

    Happy Earth Day 2013! While you’re all being especially green today, do yourself a favor and head over to Google‘s homepage to see their interactive logo for the day. Google has presented us with a beautiful landscape that…

The Free Journal Project

    I recently came across an amazing project developed by Kelly Clawson, a fellow advertising student here at Temple and President of the Temple Ad Club. The Free Journal Project is a socially based art project founded in providing free…

Dana Tanamachi

Wow, I really respect this woman. Dana Tanamachi is a designer and custom chalk letterer living in Brooklyn. That’s right, custom chalk letterer. I bet that looks really cool on her resume. She does a variety of work including package…

Twelve Fluid Ounces

As promised in a recent post, I am now introducing Twelve Fluid Ounces. Twelve Fluid Ounces is a project started by a good friend of mine, Illustrator/designer Brandt Imhoff. Brandt is a recent grad  from Tyler School of Art where he…

Baubauhous

Baubauhaus is a little bit like pinterest but for serious artists that just want to inspire each other. It’s a simple idea, full of great art. I found this site through a friend of mine, whom I will feature here…

Rifle Paper Company

I’m sure you’ve seen her work, but I just wanted to share the latest news for Rifle Paper Company! Rifle is a small stationary boutique based in Winter Park, FL. Started by Anna Bond along with her husband Nathan, Anna is…

Franziska Ebert: Photographer, Designer & Illustrator

Franziska Ebert is a photographer/designer/illustrator out of Hamburg Germany, and I believe is friends with Sarah Bernhard (whom I wrote about a few weeks ago). Looking through her website honestly freaks me out a little because her photographs remind me…

Grandchildren, Sean Pecknold

  Sean Pecknold is an all around talented man in the world of video, animation, illustration, art direction, photography etc. He pretty much gets his hands on any part his creative visual processes. “Grandchildren is the work and studio of…

Sporting Event Posters

From an advertising standpoint, sports are always walking a fine line. They attract a large and diverse audience–one that may only have that sport in common, like with the Olympics. They are usually highly traditional, with a complex web of…

The Roots

Since I’m pretty sure most of the people who read this blog are under 60 and live in the Philadelphia area, I’m going to assume you’ve heard of The Roots. As one of the most influential bands to the funk, neo-soul…

Push Me Pull You Designs by Eleanor Grosch

While looking at TLA posters I came across the work of Eleanor Grosch and knew I had to share.  Push Me Pull You Designs, her semi-one-man illustration machine since 2005, does all types of design from greeting cards to apparel…

Posters from Philly: TLA

Philadelphia is home to some great venues, (look out for a post on the Troc) but I have to say the Theater of Living Arts is one of my favorites. Located on 4th and South, its been around since the…

An Interview with John Solimine of Spike Press

So, this guy is amazing. John Solimine is a huge name in illustration and design. With over 12 years in the biz he’s done work for Lollapalooza, the National, Fuse, NPR, the Chicago Tribune, American Express, and Nike, to name…

Interview with David D’Andrea

Juxtapoz sat down with poster artists David D’Andrea a couple of years ago for their (then upcoming) Fog Rising event in San Francisco. For such a short interview, it really has a lot of insight about D’Andrea’s design process and the…

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Lamar Peterson Illustration

Have you ever seen a piece of work (art) and had only one single thought on it? A thought like (excuse my French) “what the fuck is happening right now?” This is exactly what I think when I see the…