Guest Post from Image Source
By John O’Reilly
Tibor and Maira Kalman’s (un)Fashion book was like a special edition of the Colors magazine he used to edit. A curated work of visual anthropology it shines a light on the everyday design of non-designers.
(un)Fashion, Tibor and Maira Kalman, Booth Clibborn, 2000. Family in Gobi desert, Mongolia. Gueorgui Pinkhassov /Magnum
When designer Tibor Kalman died in 1999, he left a legacy of deeply influential work that was significant as much for its cast of mind as it was for its design. Currently the notion of the designer is expanding, from the producer of ‘design thinking’ to the idea of the designer as storyteller. The latter being somewhat disputed by graphic designer Hamish Muir (founder of 8VO) in a recent Tweet.Read More