Continuing from last month, we take another surf through great personalities from the design, painting, and illustration worlds -- closing out this year's Designing Women with : * Kathleen Meaney, * Debbie Millman : Sterling Brands, * Nicolle Rager Fuller, * Susan Sellers : brand strategy, * Tina and Esther: Little Fury, * Jessica Skipworth : Branding, * Deborah Adler, and last but not least, * Sara De Bondt! March 26, 2012
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We first introduced you to Sandy in our Designing Women issue back in March of 2004. Since those days, Sandy and her "Lyric Marketing" is not so much about music -- other than the musical sounds of cha-ching, cha-ching! Let's catch up and see what's going on with Sandy these days -- including her music! March 24, 2012
We discovered Vanesa Merulla, from Norwalk CT, in the DTG Facebook group! She creates some solid design seasoned with logic and soul to create the most evocative solutions! So, we knew she should be in this year's Designing Women special February 28, 2012
We get so wrapped up in Photoshop stuff, we often forget about the extraordinary work being done in Corel Painter! One particular artist will totally sweep you away, so I knew I had to get her into this year's Designing Women. . . ladies and gentlemen, meet : Jane Conner-ziser! March 31, 2011
Welcome to the 16th Annual Designing Women edition of DTG Magazine and the Graphic Design & Publishing Center ... the annual quest to find the very best in women designers in graphic design, illustration, photography, typography, advertising, screen printing and visual communications. Enjoy the trip February 28, 2011
Our Designing Women issue is usually dedicated to women in the visual arts world. And this one deserves our extra attention and admiration. Art, drama, and Golden Globe / Emmy levels should be enough. But sharing with and benefiting children takes Jane way over the top! February 25, 2011