The relationship of these concept drawings to digital design is tenuous; indeed, many of them are produced using more conventional artistic methods like ink drawing and painting. But as a genre, there is no question that computer animated films by studios like Pixar and Dreamworks have played a truly revolutionary role. 4. SFMoMA — digital design collection at SFMOMA Apple Macintosh, via SFMoMA Since it started its design collection in 1982, you’d expect SFMoMA to have no problem getting with the digital program, and that seems to have been the case.
the Apple Macintosh, which pioneered the use of a Graphical User Interface and mouse for PCs, as a worthy object for the museum’s inventory. digital design collection at SFMOMA Émigré Graphics Digital Fonts. Image via Letterformarchive.org SFMoMA’s typography collection doesn’t run as deep as its East Coast counterpart’s. However, the sms marketing service institution did have the good sense to collect Émigré Graphics’ seminal Digital Fonts catalog of 1986. It will come as no surprise that Émigré Graphics is headed by Zuzana Licko, who created the Oakland typeface shown earlier. wired magazine at sfmoma Wired magazine spreads via wired.com, printingmag.com Perhaps no publication has been more central to the development of digital culture than Wired, which ran its first issue in 1993.