Posts Tagged: Uppercase Magazine

Interview With Janine

“Creative people need to develop a tolerance for risk. We don’t necessarily know where the next paycheck is coming from—or if it will come at all. Despite this, you need to keep working, keep pushing forward and following your creative path”, says Janine Vangool, editor of Uppercase Magazine in her interview with the  Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising’s…

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Uppercase Walkabout

That fabulous (and Canadian!) art & design publication Uppercase Magazine has been posting reader photographs from all over the world of the cover I made for them on their blog (I loved seeing it show up beside The Leaning Tower of Pisa last week!). I thought I’d share where the collage (for Uppercase #22) started life…

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In honour of International Typewriter Day (commemorating this day in 1868 that Christopher Latham Sholes was granted a patent for his invention), here’s a sneak preview of Janine Vangool  of Uppercase Magazine’s latest book, ‘A Graphic History Of The Beloved Machine, The Typewriter‘, chock-full of graphic typewriter goodness…