FHSU’s art and design program is ranked No. 1 in Kansas for non-traditional students

Karrie Simpson Voth was thrilled, but not surprised when she learned that the College Factual search service had named Fort Hays State University No.1 in Kansas’ Best College of Fine Arts and Studios for non-traditional students. The schools that are at the top of this list are recognized for their great art and studio programs… Continue reading FHSU’s art and design program is ranked No. 1 in Kansas for non-traditional students

Graphic Design Tablets: Best Tablets for Graphic Designers Ideal For Digital Illustration And Photo Retouching | Most Searched Products

We know there are many different people who will be looking for a drawing tablet. This lot may include experienced professional artists to total beginners and everyone in between. Some may want a dedicated tablet on which to draw and nothing else, while others may want something they can also watch on Netflix when the… Continue reading Graphic Design Tablets: Best Tablets for Graphic Designers Ideal For Digital Illustration And Photo Retouching | Most Searched Products

A completely new design with a minimal approach

Windows 11 is expected to launch on June 24, 2021, at an event titled “What’s Next For Windows” by Microsoft. As the world approaches that date, the flood of rumors and leaks is increasing day by day. Amidst all the chaos, users are downloading and enjoying Windows 11 wallpapers on their PCs and laptops nowadays.… Continue reading A completely new design with a minimal approach

Weekend Hot Topic, part 1: best art design in video games

Zelda: The Wind Waker – a true legend (photo: Nintendo) Readers discuss games with the most distinctive and attractive graphics, from us to killer7. The subject for this week’s Hot Topic was suggested by readers of Purple Ranger, and asked how important the game’s art style is to you and whether that alone was enough… Continue reading Weekend Hot Topic, part 1: best art design in video games

HD/West Elm Student Product Design Competition Winner Announced

Judged by West Elm president Alex Bellos and West Elm Contract Furniture design director Paul Galli, the HD/West Elm Student Product Design Competition assigns students to design a range of lighting products that are aesthetically neutral and work in a variety of environments. In addition to receiving a $5,000 prize, the winning student will work… Continue reading HD/West Elm Student Product Design Competition Winner Announced

iMac features new design in vibrant colors, M1 chip, and 4.5K . Retina display

Cupertino, California Apple today introduced a new iMac featuring a much more compact and ultra-thin design, powered by the M1 chip. The new iMac offers powerful performance in a design that’s just 11.5 millimeters thin, with a striking side profile that practically disappears. Available in a variety of vibrant colors to match the user’s personal… Continue reading iMac features new design in vibrant colors, M1 chip, and 4.5K . Retina display

Home design ideas: Working with bold wallpaper in a kitchen

Sally Staub and Hannah Ray have worked with the owner of this historical Northampton home a few times over the years. Most recently, the founders of Workroom Design Studio, based in Florence, remade the kitchen to match the owner’s vivacious personality. In addition to a spunky color scheme, the client asked for both an island… Continue reading Home design ideas: Working with bold wallpaper in a kitchen

Home design ideas: Bringing bold color and wallpaper to a dining room

Kim Macumber’s clients, a young couple with two little boys, wanted a dining room with drama. Not the easiest feat for a nondescript suburban home in Southborough. “We used wallpaper throughout the house to create personality where there wasn’t any,” the designer says. “It cocoons the dining room beautifully and adds a lot of color,… Continue reading Home design ideas: Bringing bold color and wallpaper to a dining room

Sarah Trumbore’s Nursery Design for Her Son Was Inspired by a Sister Parish Wallpaper

A charming blue-and-white nursery that Boston-based interior designer Sarah Trumbore of ST Studio, Inc. recently created is especially meaningful, as it’s for her own son. And, thanks to some lessons she learned from her oldest, it’s not just a nursery: It’s also a functional, inviting hangout for baby and family alike. The room’s inspiration came… Continue reading Sarah Trumbore’s Nursery Design for Her Son Was Inspired by a Sister Parish Wallpaper