Publication Intensive

Application Please apply via our online form, here. The deadline for applications is midnight on Monday, April 11, 2016. Participants will be notified no later than Friday, April 15. If you have further questions, please write edu@canopycanopycanopy.com. Read a conversation between participants in 2014’s program here. What: A two-week program in the history and contemporary … Read morePublication Intensive

“The Winners and Losers of History: The Emergence of Japanese Modernism in Graphic Design”

On Monday evening Jason’s Seminar in Design class will be hosting a guest lecture by Ian Lynam, a Tokyo-based designer, educator, and writer. Ian will be presenting on “The Winners and Losers of History: The Emergence of Japanese Modernism in Graphic Design”. Here are the details and a bio: Monday, February 1 6:30–8pm Room 218C … Read more“The Winners and Losers of History: The Emergence of Japanese Modernism in Graphic Design”

Information Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game extended

Film stills courtesy of the Herbert Matter World Game Archive at Stanford University Libraries. Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Information Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game extended September 18—November 20, 2015 Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery Buell Hall, Columbia University GSAPP 1172 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10027 Hours: Monday–Friday noon–6pm, Saturday 3–6pm … Read moreInformation Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game extended

Bierut Show in NYC — Must See Before Nov 7!

Make sure to see Graphic designer Michael Bierut’s exhibition at the SVA Chelsea Galleries, up now through Nov 7. You will see a coherent body of thoughtful work, including logos, visual identity systems, posters, books, way-finding and building signage, as well as pages from the designer’s sketchbook, a video interview and a roomful of black-and-white posters for … Read moreBierut Show in NYC — Must See Before Nov 7!

CENTURY: 100 YEARS OF TYPE IN DESIGN

May 1, 2014-June 18, 2014 On view at the AIGA National Design Center (May 1–June 18) Interest in type, typefaces, typography and fonts has grown far beyond the graphic design community, yet few truly understand how and why these vital components of design are created and applied. This exhibition, organized by Monotype and designed by … Read moreCENTURY: 100 YEARS OF TYPE IN DESIGN

Richard Hollis

This event has no image but a special remark from Gerry, I’d definitely consider attending. http://artistsspace.org/exhibitions/richard-hollis/ /////////////////////////////////////// September 21 – November 10, 2013 Opening: Friday, September 20, 6 – 8pm Artists Space : Books & Talks 55 Walker Street British graphic designer Richard Hollis (born London, 1934) is a seminal figure in postwar design and … Read moreRichard Hollis

Story I Graphic Design Conference

Designers are creators, yet must also respond to the needs of their clients. Is there a tension between a designer’s self-expression and the success of their enterprise? How do designers address this tension, if it exists? The goal of this conference is twofold: to inspire attendees to think critically about the role of self-expression within … Read moreStory I Graphic Design Conference

Fresh Blood IV

If you have any thoughts of attending a graduate program in design down the road, this upcoming AIGA event might be a great way to see what students are doing at various schools.  At the SVA Theatre in NYC, students from MICA, NYU Interactive, Parsons, Pratt, RISD, the School of Visual Arts, Cranbrook and Yale will gather present their projects. Tickets are $10 for AIGA … Read moreFresh Blood IV

GDUSA’s Most Influential Designers

Graphic Design USA magazine announced its survey of the most influential graphic designers working today. Take a look at the list, and the work of these significant contemporary designers throughout the country. Do you agree with their choices? There are several other parts of this 50th Anniversary survey, including their picks for Most Influential Corporate … Read moreGDUSA’s Most Influential Designers

Design for Social Change

Candy Chang   …   Design 21 Social Design Network   …   Design Ignites Change   …   Design Matters at Art Center, Pasadena CA   …   Design Trust for Public Space   …   Pellegrino Collaborative   …   Project H   …   Part of It   …  Andrew Shea: Designing for Social Change   …   Sappi: Ideas that Matter   …   Social Innovators Collective   …   GALEWiLL … Read moreDesign for Social Change

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