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In her follow-up article, “Your © is More Than CMI,” Burns goes into greater detail on how to effectively use the copyright notice, and why doing so is such a good practice....

Not sure what gift to give the creative entrepreneur in your life? How about the gift of community and business advice from the Graphic Artists Guild?...

The first US federal copyright law was enacted 225 years ago, and the Copyright Office and Copyright Alliance marked the anniversary. ...

Cartoonist/writer Colleen Doran muses on the conflicted relationship artists have with money....

Graphic Artists Guild members have been contributing artwork in the memory of the cartoonists and staff killed at Charlie Hebdo’s offices....

Jason Powers’ infographic illustrates the origin of the million tons of landfill waste created per week between Thanksgiving and New Years Day....

In 2014, the Guild has been an active participant in hearings conducted on copyright and intellectual property by the US Copyright Office, and House Judiciary Committee. ...

Designer Jason Santa Maria published an article speculating on what course his career (and life) would take should he ever stop designing websites. ...

William Wegman, the artist whose iconic portraits of his dogs Man Ray and Fay Ray, brought the Weimaraner dog breed to new heights of popularity in the 1980s. ...

Portuguese digital design agency Bürocratik has developed Outdatedbrowser.com, a lovely solution that encourages users to update their browsers. ...

The new organizational structure of the Guild divides membership into five regions: Western, Midwestern, Southern, New England, and Eastern. ...

Launched just this month, oozled is a web developer’s dream: a web app which provides a steady stream of curated resources from accessibility through wireframing....

The UK-based Illustrators’ Union has created a campaign to help illustrators stay on track in managing their paperwork....

The Copyright Alliance notified us that the Internet Policy Task Force (IPTF), a working group within the U.S. Department of Commerce, has scheduled a number of roundtables on copyright issues. ...

Stock image giant Getty Images announced this month that the company was making 35 million images free for non-commercial use via their image embed technology....

Selecting FontShop blog articles tagged with “Using Fonts”pulls up a stellar series of informative articles on typography, authored by letterer David Sudweeks. ...

Below are the most frequently mentioned trends for 2014 taken from an informal survey of webdesign blogs....

Yule Log 2.0 is a collection of holiday short films and animations submitted by both up-and-coming and well-known artists. ...

Lawyer and type designer Matthew Butterick has self-published a treatise on typography: Butterick’s Practical Typography....

In the past year, CARE for Sandy has conducted numerous scanning events, accruing a backlog of thousands of photos in need of repair. ...

“Excuses for Lazy Designers” projects fresh excuses for why a web design project is off track. ...

Recently ArtLawJournal published an article highlighting the rampant copyright infringement which is being reported on the craft- and vintage-goods site, Etsy. ...

ICON8, the Illustration Conference taking place in July 2014 has issued a call for papers and presentations from academics and professional illustrators. ...

The Yale University Press recently released The Interaction of Color as an iPad app, containing the full text of the original book, including 125 color plates and 60 color studies. ...

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