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Rani Molla

Edward Hopper Sketches Revealed in Hopper Drawing

Edward Hopper Sketches Revealed in <em>Hopper Drawing</em>

Masterpieces aren’t just born. They are developed. Hopper Drawing shows Edward Hopper’s process through ... keep reading

Museum of Food and Drink Opens with a Bang

Museum of Food and Drink Opens with a Bang

The Museum of Food and Drink doesn’t follow the traditional subject matter for museums, nor does it adhere to ... keep reading

Plain or Fancy? — Exhibit Broaches Dateless Design Debate

<em>Plain or Fancy?</em> — Exhibit Broaches Dateless Design Debate

There’s long been a stylistic rift between minimalism and decorativeness — apparent in the differences in our ... keep reading

6 Just for Fun Summer Line Charts

6 Just for Fun Summer Line Charts

We took a summer siesta from writing about art to create some, ahem, art of our own: summer line chart art! These ... keep reading

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Pixels

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Pixels

Most design is done on computers, but designers don’t necessarily want it to look that way. Hal Lasko is a little ... keep reading

Typography’s Best for 2013

Typography’s Best for 2013

All types of styles and serifs and sans were on display at the Type Directers Club‘s 59th communication design ... keep reading

The Power of Reappropriating Imagery

The Power of Reappropriating Imagery

Our images are how we present ourselves to the world. Those very images can also be used against us. Goddess Clap ... keep reading

The Art of Abstraction

The Art of Abstraction

Data visualizers deal in abstractions. Bars stand in for entire populations, colors represents ideologies and vast ... keep reading

Freedom Fonts: ZXX protests the NSA

Freedom Fonts: ZXX protests the NSA

Ahead of our nation celebrating the Fourth of July and our independence from Great Britain, designer Sang Mun released ... keep reading

Rain Room Won’t Rain on Your Parade

Rain Room Won’t Rain on Your Parade

The best interactive designs feel natural — like they weren’t “designed” to begin with. They ... keep reading