Born in the mid sixties, Michael Dowson left school and spent his time travelling, taking photographs. “I always had an obsession with any kind of image so it made sense to become a photographer.” He is completely self taught, having rejected the conventional way of learning.
What is Poskot? Poskot is a capital of ghettos, held by Vala, the Ukranian designer.
Jason Lam originates and was educated in the multicultural and vibrant city of San Francisco. Now residing in New York City, this promising talent with an unending supply of concepts and creativity is certain to be the choice of photo editors and clients who seek an energetic and distinctive perspective.
In 1999, Sami Benhadj, Tarik Hayward and Guy Meldem, then students at the École cantonale d’art de Lausanne, created Körner Union: a mould of shared ideas and tools aiming to promote and enhance the development of their individual production as well as create collective works.
FLAG is a graphic design studio established in 2002 by Bastien Aubry (*1974) and Dimitri Broquard (*1969) in Zurich, Switzerland. Since then FLAG is working essentially for art and cultural projects such as catalogues, artists books, magazines and posters. FLAG also does drawings, illustrations for editorials and private projects. Both of them are teaching in different art schools in Switzerland.
What do you do, as a graphic designer, when you are completely un-inspired? What do you do when you need to draw up ideas for a design, but all your mind wants to draw is a blank? What can you do when you are hit with a serious case of creative block? You need to jump start your creativity and find the inspiration that seems to be lost. You can’t force creativity, so what do you do to get it back? Hopefully, this article will help you find answers to this serious problem.