Design in Pittsburgh

Via Jason Kottke, I found this 1998 Fast Company story about Bill Strickland and his work with the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild. Jason caught a presentation by Bill at the AIGA Design Conference recently and reports that Bill "blew the doors off the conference."

UPDATE: Courtesy of the magic of trackback, here is a September 2005 article about Bill Strickland's current work, from .Inc magazine. Thanks to Sully's Stuff.

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