Tag Archive: graphic design

Anna’s Corner – Journal Entry 1

Hi! I’m excited to be journaling my time at Generator! This past week, I’ve been getting used to the swing of things and the workflow! The Generator team welcomed me with open arms and I couldn’t be more excited to experience working in the industry. It’s been great to be creative and produce plenty of…

Defining “Art” in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Generator—yes, we’re human.

If you have been following the news these past few months, you’ve undoubtedly come across articles and discussions on Artificial Intelligence (AI) generated art and copy. The dawn of this sophisticated technology has brought a lot of controversy when it comes to artists and their rights and moral obligations that come with these tools.

Generator Likes: Stuck on VHS

Our social media specialist Ryan Richard is back with another ‘Generator Likes’ recommendation.

‘Stuck on VHS’ sets out to explore the ragtag and largely forgotten world of video store stickers. Detailing rental store logos, rewind reminders, genre indicators and a sundry of other old school ephemera, this wonderful book curates a truly sentimental collection of sticker art  that has been lost by the progress of design.

Marvel By Design

Generator Likes: Marvel By Design

We love to inspire ourselves every day. It’s what keeps our creativity flowing and our energy pumping. One of a designer’s best resources for inspiration has always been books; among them are compendiums, dictionaries, magazines, graphic novels, and comics. It’s no surprise that our team has more than a few of the latter kicking around!…

Pulp Non-Fiction Header

Pulp Non-Fiction

“Where did all the paper go?” Throughout the design industry are calls for more paper, more outsourcing, more news of stock shortages. We’re not saying print is dead, but even the paper industry is feeling the shred and crumple of the pandemic. Ironically, a contributor of this shortage comes straight from a decrease in paper…