Month October 2014

AAS Graphic Design Student Profile: Meredith Blake

Meredith Blake, a current AAS graphic design student (’14), was recently profiled by AMT. Read more about Meredith and what she is up to below! A set of cards Meredith created that function as a color wheel AMT: What are some classes or internships that you are doing this semester? Meredith Blake: I am taking 4 classes […]

Julia Gorton’s GD1 Class Collaboration with Essex Street Academy

For the past 6 years Julia Gorton, Assistant Professor of Communication Design and Director of AAS Graphic Design, has collaborated on a variety of projects with Jackson Shafer, a Literature and Theater teacher at Essex Street Academy, a public high school on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Graphic Design 1 students worked in partnership […]

Type Directors Club – Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events   Let’s Be Clear October 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm   Every design, every ad, every form of marketing strives to communicate clearly. Typography is a crucial component of any marketing material, affecting consumers’ ability to absorb the message. Not too many years ago, selecting the type and font for a project was […]

Parsons Graphic Design Faculty/Alumni Featured in “Pulling the Devil’s Tail” Exhibition – Closing Sat. 10/11

Pulling the Devil’s Tail | artist prints The Fisher Gallery, Horace Mann School, 231 West 246th Street, Bronx, New York 10471 September 18 – October 11, 2014, Opening Saturday, September 20, 12:00 – 4:00pm Pulling the Devil’s Tail is a poetic expression that describes the craft of early American printing, the physical anatomy of a […]