Daniel Dejan explores cultural, economic and behavioral trends
This past year, through Sidebar, I've been honored to share ideas about design, thoughts about printing and paper and reflections on art, creativity and perception. As you know, I've been interested in uncovering new ideas about how we process visual and editorial information—color, shape, form, typography and grammar—to find meaning that can support marketing efforts, build brands, drive social change and, ultimately, enrich our human experience.
Robert Hammond, Executive Director, Friends of the High Line spoke at the BSR Conference 2014: Transparency and Transformation, which took place November 4-6 in New York, during a plenary session. Watch the full video now:
Although I’ve identified myself as a bibliophile, an amateur neuroscientist and, above all, a humanist, I sometimes also think of myself as a botanist—studying corporations, designers, printers and paper distributors—the flora and fauna of the printing ecosystem. In September, in Chicago, I had a chance to step back, break out my binoculars and inspect the forest that is the annual Graph Expo conference. I thought it might be helpful to share my key observations with you. So, grab your water and your backpack--let’s go.
BOSTON, September 8, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Sappi Fine Paper North America announced today the grant recipients of its 15th annual Ideas that Matter program, aimed at helping designers create and implement print projects for charitable causes. Since 1999, Ideas that Matter has funded over 500 nonprofit projects, contributing more than $12.5 million to causes that use design as a positive force in society.