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On the Road with Trips Luggage in Mexico City

On the Road with Trips Luggage in Mexico City

Vibrant, colorful, new. It’s hard to escape these three terms when reading or thinking about Mexico City. The city of nearly 9 million residents is exploding with restaurants, boutiques, hotels, museums, and galleries. Its diversity and excitement can make most other...
Na Kim on Transcending Medium and Geography

Na Kim on Transcending Medium and Geography

Right now, things are hectic,” graphic designer Na Kim tells us from her current home/studio in Stuttgart, Germany. Frankly we’d be surprised to hear things weren’t, considering the breadth of her work and the places it takes her. Na currently spends around half the...
Roanne Adams on Branding and Balance

Roanne Adams on Branding and Balance

Silver Lake is full of chic homes owned by chic people, but few in LA can claim a vista like Roanne Adams’ on the Silver Lake reservoir. Inside, I felt like I was in one of Roanne’s Instagram posts—neat and deliberate—but among her many to-do lists and the scattered...
6 Creatives on What They Wish They Knew Years Earlier

6 Creatives on What They Wish They Knew Years Earlier

1. I’d wish I’d known succinctly that hard work would pay off. I was frustrated by the perceived ghosts you’d hear about. I thought you needed glowing accreditations and prestigious college degrees and a host of frivolities like “good looks” and “family money” and...
Natasha Jen Finds Her Frontier at Pentagram

Natasha Jen Finds Her Frontier at Pentagram

On a Tuesday morning, the top floor of Pentagram’s Manhattan studio is reasonably quiet with a few staff milling about, yet the loft-like space radiates an undeniable energy. At this address, brilliant ideas are born, be it a brand’s logo, a corporate identity, or a...
Sagi Haviv on How to Create a Brand Identity

Sagi Haviv on How to Create a Brand Identity

The partner and designer at Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv shares his lessons learned, having designed more than 60 identity programs, from the US Open Tennis Championships to Harvard University Press and more.   Manage expectations. “A logo cannot say very...
Beyond Stunts with Stefan Sagmeister

Beyond Stunts with Stefan Sagmeister

Stefan Sagmeister appreciates a good view. His design studio, Sagmeister & Walsh, which he runs with his partner Jessica Walsh, overlooks New York City’s bustling Broadway Avenue, the Flatiron portion, and his West Village apartment looks out on 14th Street. He...