Don Draper was a poser and so can you. The myth of graphic design

My editor wrote this little thing this morning. Since I’m also a Mad Men fan, I asked him if I could repost it here for you. He reluctantly agreed, but only if I give him full credit. He is such a stickler for the rules. Here is his post as it appears on his blog.

There is a current narrative going on within the creative community lamenting the demise of professional graphic artists. One such narrative appears on my favorite design blog, Before&After Magazine.


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About Rufus Dogg

I'm a dog who writes a blog. It is not a pet blog. It is a real blog that talks about real ideas. No, really. I do my own writing, but I have a really, really cool editor who overlooks the fact that I can't really hit the space-bar key cause I don't have thumbs. I talk about everything from politics to social issues to just rambling about local problems. And, sometimes I just talk about nothing in particular. Google+
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One Response to Don Draper was a poser and so can you. The myth of graphic design

  1. Brian Meeks says:

    I really enjoyed this post and I’m glad you got permission to run it here, as I wouldn’t have found it otherwise. I think I’ll head on over to your bosses site and tell him I liked it too. It seems only fair.