Stefan Sagmeister 7 rules for making more happiness让你感觉幸福的7个法则
thinking about ideas and content freely-with the deadline far away
traveling to new places
using a wide variety of tools and techniques
working without interruption on a single project
working on projects that matter to me
having things come back from the printer done well
getting feedback from people who see our work
designing a project that feels partly brand new and partly familiar
Stefan Sagmeister is no mere commercial gun for hire. Sure, he’s created eye-catching graphics for clients including the Rolling Stones and Lou Reed, but he pours his heart and soul into every piece of work. His design work is at once timeless and of the moment, and hispainstaking attention to the smallest details creates work that offers something new every time you look at it.
While a sense of humor invariably surfaces in his designs, Sagmeister is nonetheless very serious about his work; his intimate approach and sincere thoughtfulness elevate his design. A genuine maverick, Sagmeister achieved notoriety in the 1990s as the designer who self-harmed in the name of craft: He created a poster advertising a speaking engagement by carving the salient details onto his torso.
“Sagmeister’s CD package designs are what poetry is to prose: distilled, intense, cunning, evocative and utterly complete. His intentions have set a new standard.”
Stefan Sagmeister: Happiness by design
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