Robert Vargas Named Bloomberg Businessweek’s New Creative Director

Robert Vargas has been named Bloomberg Businessweek's new creative director. Vargas has been art director at Businessweek since 2010. Before joining Businessweek, Vargas served as Blender's art director, New York's associate art director and Details' assistant art director.Vargas is succeeding Richard Turley, who left Businessweek to join MTV...

4 Proven Resume Tips: Infographics + Other Unexpected Formats to Wow Creative Directors

You’re a natural at designing things that capture people’s attention. But when it comes to job hunting, you probably leave much of the head turning to those carefully chosen pieces inside your portfolio. Why not apply a little more creative mojo to your resume? It’s true that everyone needs a traditional resume formatted as a...

An Interview with Fortune Creative Director Brandon Kavulla

This is an excerpt from an interview I conducted earlier this year with Fortune creative director Brandon Kavulla. The interview appears in the new issue of Gym Class Magazine, "the magazine about magazines." You can see more of Gym Class, at Magculture, which describes the publication as "a gloriously mad 32-page psychedelic comic book format...

Guest Creative Directors: They’re Everywhere!

The Guardian reports that Karl Lagerfeld and Philippe Starck have each designed covers for the latest issue Wallpaper* — and will be guest editing the October issue.

Lagerfeld has designed a “peelable” cover for the monthly title, which features model Baptiste Giabiconi, dressed in Dior Homme. Lagerfeld has shot several ad campaigns for Dior. Readers can peel back this image to reveal another cover, which shows the model naked.

Starck, best known for designing high-end hotels, including the St Martin’s Lane hotel in London and the Delano in Miami, has constructed a transparent front cover using three layers of tracing paper. Vodka brand Absolut has produced a specially made advertisement for the issue, which promotes its “Rock edition” bottle.

Wallpaper* claims the paper technologies used by the design duo have never before been used on magazine covers.

Lagerfeld is also one of three guest editors (along with Bruce Weber and Peter Lindbergh) for German Vogue’s 30th anniversary edition next month, per WWD. If you could guest creative-direct or edit any title, what would it be?

Wallpaper* images courtesy of IPC Media via The Guardian.

What Do Creatives Like You Want, Need, and Think? Answers in the Adobe New Creatives Report

Aaron Sowd and Trevor Goring have a lot to say about the art of narrative storytelling. Aaron’s worked on movie storyboarding and concepting for Steven Soderbergh and Michael Bay, comics for Marvel and DC, art for Apple and Netflix, designs for theme parks and video games, and illustrations for the New York Times and People...