Josh Higgins – Designing Obama

His first exposure to using design for a cause was a poster in 2005 created for The Hurricane Poster Project, a fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Katrina. It made a couple thousand dollars, which was at the time more than he could have contributed from his own pocket. That’s when the potential for design to help the world dawned on him. Working closely with Leif Steiner, the creator the the Hurricane Poster Project, Higgins went on to create a similar projects benefiting San Diego after the fire and more notably Haiti after the devastating earthquake in 2010.

VMA Storyboard

Happenings at TYPO – VMA’s Storyboard

Storyboard is a website and quarterly print magazine by the Visual Media Alliance (VMA) featuring the most inspiring cross media campaigns in the industry through a combination of articles, videos, webinars and more. Representing over 850 creative professionals from freelancers to big print shops, VMA’s Storyboard helps to bring the story of your work to life from concept to completion.


Victor Moscoso, Poster Legend, Interviewed by Norman Hathaway

Victor Moscoso was the first of the psychedelic rock poster artists of the 1960’s era with formal academic training. Norman Hathaway interviewed Victor on his life and work. Victor’s introduction to the art world was through animated cartoons at a movie-house when he was growing up in Spain. Victor recalled the magic of moving color. Then through comic books, he learned to draw through copying, as well as to read.

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