Category Alumni News

Special Events for Alumni/Students of Color: 10/21 Community Brunch, 10/26 Portfolio Review, 10/27 Exhibition Closing Reception

(under)REPRESENT(ed) Community Brunch Saturday, October 21 from 11am-2pm 6 East 16th Street, Wolff Conference Room 1103 Alumni of color and Students of color are invited to break bread, reflect and strategize around experiences of race and identity at Parsons and within creative industries. Please RSVP:   Fb event:    …………………………….. (under)REPRESENT(ed) Portfolio Reviews Thursday, October 26 from 6-8pm Starr […]

Parsons faculty and alumni participating in MoMa PS1’s GreaterNY

Parsons faculty and alumni Bunny Rogers (Fine Arts ’12), Kathleen Hubbard (Part Time Faculty) and Ben Fama (Staff) will be participating in MoMa PS1 Greater New York Bunny Rogers, Sad Chair, 2015. From her installation “Michael.” Representing Société, Berlin at Art Basel, Switzerland 2015.       Katherine Hubbard, image from “Four shoulders and thirty five percent […]

A Career Grows in Brooklyn: Ingrid Carozzi (AAS GD 2007)

CONVERSATION WITH INGRID CAROZZI (From AAS Graphic Design’s “Process and Skills” blog) Ingrid Carozzi has been gaining momentum since she graduated from Parsons and shows no signs of slowing down. Her successful flower design studio based in Brooklyn, with a second location coming on line in her native Stockholm, has orders through next year. She […]

AAS GD Alumna Jennifer De Klaver Featured on NBC Today Show

AAS Graphic Design Alumna Jennifer De Klaver was recently featured on the NBC Today Show to discuss her lifestyle beauty / gift brand Bella J. Read more about Jennifer and her steps to success on the Process and Skills blog!

Spotlight on Book Cover Designer, AAS GD Faculty & Alumnus Jason Booher

Jason Booher (Parsons AAS Graphic Design Alumnus and Faculty) recently talked with current student Kiel Guba about how he came to Parsons, how he got his first job, and his experience as a teacher and book cover designer. Read the full spotlight on the Process and Skills Blog here! *This has been a reblog from the […]

Jason Booher, AAS GD Faculty & Alum Featured on AIGA Blog!

Thanks to the AAS GD class blog, Process and Skills for alerting us to this great article on our faculty and alum! These days, the screen is king. So it’s a (delightful) surprise when designer Jason Booher says, with zero hesitation, that “being a book cover designer is possibly the best job in the world.” […]

AAS GD Alum: Žarko Dumicic and Vaishnavi Mahendran

Žarko Dumicic and Vaishnavi Mahendran graduated of the Parsons AAS Graphic Design Program in 2012. Vaishnavi completed her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Mumbai and has a Masters degree in Marketing from the UK. After her Masters, and finishing a summer school course at Central Saint Martins, London, Vaishnavi was urged to apply to Parsons, by […]

AAS Graphic Design Alum Yoko Nire Wins TDC Student Typography Competition

Congratulations to Yoko Nire for winning the Award for Excellent Typographic Work by a Student in the Type Directors Club 36 Typography Competition! The recent alum’s winning entry was a response to a design assignment in Jason Booher’s History of Graphic Design course. Subsequently the piece was executed during Katarzyna Gruda’s Silkscreen course. This has been a repost from the blog Process […]

Just Published: Tory Burch In Color, Designed by our Faculty Emily Wardwell (GD ’01)

We are pleased to present a new book designed by our faculty member, Emily Wardwell. After graduating from Parsons Emily started her design career as an editorial designer with the redesign of TeenVogue. In 2005 she became the Art Director responsible for the full redesign of the Almay brand staged by Revlon. Once the launch was set in […]

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 […]