Communication Arts Author:ed. Patrick Coyne A multi-topic issue full of informative features on design (including designers branching into merchandise), illustration, photography, advertising plus a special feature on the Olympic Winter Games. Design, culture, the economy, social responsibility, it's all here, and more! — Table of Contents — Features — Werner Design Werks — A Minneapolis desi... more »gn firm that's small in size, but not in scope.
By Karen Sottosanti
A British photographer with a minimalist touch.
By Rebecca Bedrossian
This San Francisco interactive firm performs large engagements for big companies.
By Sam McMillan
Cynthia von Buhler
A Boston-based artist who works in many dimensions and constantly pushes artistic boundaries.
By Lisa L. Cyr
President and creative director of many ad agencies, he feels now is the best time of all.
By Julie Prendiville Roux
Design entrepreneurs find new market frontiers.
By Anne Telford
Eva Anderson's odyssey to find the perfect eco-friendly automobile.
Designed and edited by Eva Anderson
Olympic Winter Games of 2002
A palette of fire and ice and an emphasis on heroic photography gave the games a consistent focus.
By Matthew Porter
The best and brightest work from here and abroad.
By Jean A. Coyne
This San Francisco design firm combines typography and eclectic elements to great effect.
Irit Hayon Studio
An Israeli design firm with a focus on fashion.
A Boston-based photographer inspired by his birthplace, Iceland.
DK Holland discusses why the nonprofit world needs design and vice versa.
Maria Piscopo talks price with clients.
Michael Hall and Debra Kelley shift the focus from focus groups.
Wendy Richmond asks what happens to culture as we process it in our work.
Ernie Schenck exposes true confessions of awards show judges.
Copyright in the new economy, a book excerpt from Photography: Focus on Profit