Amy’s friends were gushing one hot summer night about how much they loved their graphic design careers and Amy thought “maybe I should do that”. It made sense because many of Amy’s skills from the fashion world were easily transferable to Design. Amy rushed to submit her application into the George Brown College Graphic Design program and she started classes that fall.
Summer in Toronto is record breaking hot and humid. Toronto’s top designers recommend cooling off by the pool with these thought provoking books before the leaves begin to fall.
This is the story of how the IN Store and Studio are fostering the growth of talented interdisciplinary designers with strong collaborative and design thinking skills and helping fund school scholarships in the process.
This year Pride Toronto partnered with Bruce Mau Design to create a whole new look and feel for Pride. I had the pleasure of discussing the inspiration and design process behind Pride 2018 with Michael Mavian, Associate Creative Director at Bruce Mau Design. To understand the choices behind the 2018 design, it’s important to know the story behind the rainbow flag and symbolism of the Pride movement.