Graphic designer Michael Bierut, who created Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign logo, discusses the heated reaction to his design and why logos get people so worked up. The Academy Awards are this Sunday, and FIDM curator and fashion historian Kevin Jones looks at the nominees for best costume design. Sandy Powell has been nominated for two films, and shares the ideas behind her costumes for Carol and Cinderella, tracing her influences to Lindsay Kemp and David Bowie. And Avishay Artsy tours LACMA's latest acquisition, the Sheats-Goldstein Residence designed by John Lautner, with James Goldstein, Michael Govan and others.
The Power of Logos, Costume Design, LACMA's House
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The power of logos
Reactions were mixed to last week's unveiling of the logo for the LA 2024 Olympics bid. Graphic designer Michael Bierut, who created Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign...
The year's best movie costumes
The 2015 Academy Award nominees for best costume design are Carol (Sandy Powell), Cinderella (Sandy Powell), The Danish Girl (Paco Delgado), Mad Max: Fury Road (Jenny...
Sandy Powell's costume philosophy
Sandy Powell has the rare distinction of being nominated twice in the best costume design category for this year's Oscars. She designed costumes for two nominees, Carol and...