Poster Show 4: AIGA Atlanta

Book Cover as Poster: I was excited to have my poster chosen for inclusion in the 4th Annual Poster Show Poster Show: Chapter 4 by the Atlanta chapter of AIGA, which requested designs book cover designs in poster format. Submitted posters were curated with the winning entries displayed at the 4th Annual Poster Show in Atlanta this June.…

Design Maymester in NYC

Art & Design Maymester in New York I just returned from a whirlwind month in New York City teaching in the School of Art’s maymester art & design field study program. The group of 32 students spent the mornings studying contemporary art history with a colleague (sometimes meeting in a traditional classroom setting and sometimes an…

Global Sea-Level Rise Graphics in Action

Graphics from these projects I worked on a few years ago are still being used by collaborators to communicate issues related to climate change and predicted future sea-level rise scenarios. Here I was tagged on social media by former project colleague, Dr. Jason Evans, now a professor of environmental science and studies at Stetson University in Florida,…

Typo-poetry

My colleague Moon Jung Jang recently asked me to participate in a type-driven design exhibition she organized, Typo-Poetry: Despite Black and White in Sound, that focused on language related to sound. She asked invited designers to explore typography as a way to write poetry and/or express ideas related to sound. The exhibition was on view at…

A New Graduate Studies Publication

This annual publication had traditionally been solely an exhibition catalog for the graduating MFA candidates, but we expanded the content to include corresponding essays written by graduate students in art history, as well as general information about the School, its facilities and graduate program offerings. This additional content expanded the life and usage of the…