What Does It Mean to Decolonize Design?
“Decolonization” is a word we’re increasingly hearing at design events, often being used interchangeably with “diversity.” It’s important to emphasize … Continue reading What Does It Mean to Decolonize Design?
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When you work at a print publication, it’s easy to get fatigued by years of conversations about the death of … Continue reading How Magazine Covers Became the Political Posters of Our Times — Four Leading Art Directors Discuss
It’s no surprise that the internet is straight. Its basic building blocks are binaries, its moguls are predominantly male, and … Continue reading The Digital Closet Tells the Story of How the Internet Became Straight
In the early ’70s, artist, publisher, and activist Raja Dhale published a pocket-sized magazine called Chakravarty for thirteen consecutive days. … Continue reading In the ’70s, the Dalit Panthers Made Pocket-Sized Magazines That Challenged Social Hierarchies in India
When the first issue of Tradeswomen first appeared in subscribers’ mailboxes in 1980, they were “delighted,” said Molly Martin, its … Continue reading Tradeswomen Was the Magazine for Women in Blue-Collar Work During the ’80s and ’90s