Click on title above but those and more posters by Harper are for sale at the NPS Harpers Ferry Center store (this is where they do all the graphic design and signage and wayfinding for the park service). Same cheap price as US Gov printing office.
Do a word find “Harper” on the Harpers Ferry page to see all his posters.
Note: as far as I know, there is no connection between Charley Harper and Harper’s Ferry.
“the leading theme will be the importance of scientific research for graphic design and the influence of graphic design over the acquisition of knowledge resulting from research. We would like to indicate the diffusion of the disciplines and show the importance of co-operation between scientists and graphic designers for the development of knowledge-based society.”
A long struggle for creative fields that use Macs. 99% of the incompatibility has nothing to do with a Mac but MS using proprietary features that only works in Windows. IT Windows people do not know that this MS stuff will never work on a Mac and unwittingly (and wittingly) build it into web sites and other shared networks internal and external to the company.
Part of the problem is IT not being aware that people are not all vanilla but come in many flavors. More than ever now! In that sense, the purpose of IT has been lost. The best standardization is, no standardization but compatibility.
I agree with Breen, who writes about Lion here. Apple has really blown it with some important interface and functions in the OS update. iCal is a disaster. No, I don’t want to pay $50 for BusyCal! Just make iCal like it was pre Snow Leopard when it worked, was not buggy, and was not a fake leather book. Yuck!
Plus all the other small “improvements” which are not improvements at all. No arrows on scroll bars, over bothersome autocorrect, messed up Launchpad, etc.
Most fundamentally, Apple thinks Gestures is ready and is a future solution. But as Breen points out, a mouse is a much more reliable and precise way to do many things in OSX or on a keyboard computer. Gestures don’t always work and don’t always do what you want.
Lion is a step back in good interface and user design. Shocking for Apple.