A great interview with James Victore was just posted over on Behance. My favorite excerpt:
"My third students [at SVA] aren’t allowed to use computers. It really frustrates them because they don’t know how to use their hands. But I say listen, I know how much time it takes to boot up a computer, and open InDesign, and you get a box, and you type a letter in it. And you make it this big. Then you make it this big. Then you make it this big. Then you make it this big. Then you move it over here. Then you make it red. Then you make it this big. And it’s like: You’re not designing! You’re organizing. That’s easy. Worry about that later."
AAAAND, you can see James Victore at AIGA MN's Design Conversations tomorrow at the W in Mpls. alongside AIGA national president Debbie Millman.