“We wanted to play with scale,” saysguest designer Kiko Farkas o his coverconcept, which places visual teasers orthe magazine’s content on an ultra-smalllmobile phone screen. The thumb on thephone adds a touch o humanity—andthe hand model was easy to fnd. It’s Farkashimsel, who trimmed his thumbnailor the shoot and then gave it a digitalmanicure in Adobe® Photoshop.®
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Mobile phones are everywhere—and they’re the creativeproessional’s newest canvas.
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Our guest designers take you ona virtual journey across continents,cultures and visual styles.
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How digitaltechnology broughtnew lie to design’soldest medium.
The coexistenceo technology,photography, andearthly creatures.
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Meet three type designers witha reverence or history and apassion or creativity.
Make proessional connections—and let your creativity shine—withthese events and contests.
This issue’s creative ideas, inspirational art, andpractical techniques have been provided by:
• Max Akkerman,
• John Cooper,
• Kjell Ekhorn and Jon Forss,
• Maria Maggenti• Chris Petty,
• Eliza Randall,
• Jacob Rosenberg,
This issue’s cover and eature stories have beendesigned by Kiko Farkas, who lives and works inSão Paulo, Brazil.See complete bio.
“All the coats I have, plus a hat and a scar.”
“Ohran Pamuk’s Istanbul: there’s a wholechapter where he praises the power o black and whiteimages.”
“Everything by Michelangelo Antonioni.Just watched
—more black and white.”
“Cultural diversity. I recently nished a
poster on the subject. Viva la dierencia!”
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