5 Questions With ... Karen Delgadillo, on the joys of being both a nurse and an artist
Karen Delgadillo has three college degrees, graduating from UC Berkeley, the Art Center College of Design and the Los Angeles County College of Nursing.
The Town Talk
Blue Dog artist dies: Rodrigue stayed true to Cajun roots
George Rodrigue, who gained national and international attention when he painted his now famous Blue Dog, died Saturday.
[VIDEO] 1961 Kelly Corvette Coupe is One of a Kind
But if it didn't say Corvette on the door panels, you probably wouldn't think it had any connection at all to the Chevrolet sports car.
The Indianapolis Star
Autos: Ford's retiring J Mays is an auto design rock star
In the auto industry, designers are rock stars. GMís Harley Earl, Fordís E.T. Gregorie and Chryslerís Virgil Exner left a legacy we still see in todayís cars.
Parkite launches passionate film project
This Hunter Metcalf self-portrait is a tintype. He uses the chemical process, popular in the 19th century, to reveal stunning levels of detail and a unique, mirror-like image.
Archinect School Blog
The Rather Large Array by Tim Durfee, amp by Tim Durfee Studio
This 50' x 50' suspended building-sized scanner was fabricated to both present and record the exhibition MADE UP: Design's Fictions in the Wind Tunnel: a gallery hosted by the graduate Media Design Practices program at Art Center College of Design.
The Auto Channel
GM Foundation Grants $2.9 Million to Higher Education
Nov. 26, 2013: The General Motors Foundation today announced grants totaling $2.9 million to support 26 leading universities and partnering organizations across the country this year through its University/Organization Partner Program.
LA's Emerging Bag Empire
Spencer Nikosey was an industrial design student at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena when he decided to work on a sustainable, waterproof backpack.
Charles Phoenix: Celebrating that SoCal style
Charles Phoenix, humorist, author, food-crafter and gleeful guide to pop culture at its kitschiest and most off-beat, will serve up his one-of-a-kind look at mid-20th century building design in "Charles Phoenix: Architecture in LA!" on Sunday at Art Center College of Design's Ahmanson Auditorium in Pasadena.
Photo District News
Breaking Into Fashion Photography: Meredith Jenks's Career Path
An image Meredith Jenks shot for Nike. "I had always wanted to shoot fashion editorials," Jenks recalls, "but I was afraid that if I focused on the unknown, I would lose my business."