06.29.16
Michael Bierut + Jessica Helfand | Audio

Border Control


What will Brexit mean for the creative community? Agencies in London and Manchester may have trouble finding talented designers, but, as Michael says, it goes beyond that:
Creativity and innovation... are really largely borderless constructs.

Globalization can have inspiring benefits to people on a personal level, at the local level, and it doesn’t just mean the ability of giant banks to move digitized money around. It’s really about how ideas can spread, and how good ideas can spread to counter bad ones.

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Great episode. This one is still pretty funny, depending how familiar your are with BBC news… https://youtu.be/aHun58mz3vI

08.14.16
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Michael Bierut + Jessica Helfand Jessica Helfand, a founding editor of Design Observer, is an award-winning graphic designer and writer. A former contributing editor and columnist for Print, Eye and Communications Arts magazine, she is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale and a recent laureate of the Art Director’s Hall of Fame. Jessica received both her BA and MFA from Yale University where she has taught since 1994. In 2013, she won the AIGA medal.

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