Month January 2010

Jim Wagner’s (GD ’04) Certainly Studio wins 2009 American Graphic Design Award

Certainly Studio takes honors in the 2009 American Graphic Design Awards New York—September 21, 2009—Certainly Studio has been awarded a 2009 American Graphic Design Award for the brand identity it created for acerno. The brand identity and stationery system were created for the ad network acerno by the New York based firm Certainly Studio in […]

Student, Ed Nacional’s Internship at the New York Times Summer 2009

This past summer our student Ed Nacional was awarded the prestigious Thomas Morgan Internship in Visual Journalism at the New York Times. Ed was chosen from many applicants as the Design intern and is the third Parsons AAS Graphic Design student to receive the internship in the recent years. Ed was part of the design […]

Adam Headrick’s (GD ’08) project is selected for 2009 Print Magazine Annual

Adam Headrick is a Senior Designer at ad agency Insight Creative Group in Oklahoma City. The project he designed (with Art Director Chris England), the 2009 Oklahoma Addy Award Invitation Package/Poster is a selection in the current issue of Print Magazine (Regional Design Annual). The piece was one of two designs chosen from the State […]

We are pleased to announce the addition of four new color theory courses to our program!

The new courses offer fundamental color theory principals, coupled with information and assignments specific to varied areas of interest: Urban Culture, Global Culture, Graphic Design, and Design & Science. Spaces are available, and there are no pre requisites. See your adviser, or register on-line at Alvin today! Postings designed by Ariel Lapidus

Matthew Papa (GD ’04) was the 2008 winner of AIGA’s 50/50 books for Martha Stewart’s Homekeeping Handbook

After a number of years marketing books at various publishers, Matthew Papa decided to go back to school for graphic design so he could be on the creative side of publishing and design books instead. He had a BA in Philosophy from the University of Michigan so the AAS program was the perfect choice to […]

3,627 Design Tricks – Charles Nix’ blog

By Katarzyna Gruda Here is the new blog worth viewing. Our esteemed faculty Charles Nix spent last couple of years “collecting” verbs, writing definitions and researching appropriate images. Not a small task as all of you can imagine. Here is what he says in his customary modest way: “In 2003, I started developing new idea […]

Lillian Lee (’05) received accolades from 365 AIGA Design 29 and Applied Arts Magazine in 2008

Life after Parsons led Lillian Lee to several freelance opportunities until she settled into a home at Shearman & Sterling as part of the multinational law firm’s creative re-branding team. During the three years there, she worked on a number of campaigns ranging from the firm’s recruiting efforts to its annual sponsorship of the world’s […]

Yasemin Emory (GD ’07) designed a cook book that was nominated for a James Beard award

Yasemin Emory is currently the Associate Art Director for the Special Projects Group at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. Yasemin designed Martha Stewart’s Cooking School, a comprehensive how-to cookbook, with Art Director and Parsons AAS Graphic Design Professor William van Roden. Cooking School was nominated for a James Beard award in the General Cooking cookbook category.