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MEET THE MODERNS: Midcentury American Graphic Design

AIGA NY @ Parsons Lecture Series Presents: Meet The Moderns: Midcentury American Graphic Design Monday, November 20, 2017 AT 6:30PM-8:30PM John L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center 63 Fifth Avenue, Room U100, New York, NY 10003   Modernism transformed American graphic design in the mid-twentieth century and established a visual language that still carries tremendous authority. […]

Faculty Pablo Medina in “Design Journeys” exhibition at AIGA

In 2005, the AIGA Task Force on Professional Diversity developed a list of recommendations for increasing diversity within the profession. Among the stated goals were to create awareness of outstanding designers from culturally and racially diverse backgrounds and create traveling shows of the work of diverse designers. The “Design Journeys” project seeks to achieve both—by […]

Lauren Wickware (GD ‘07) receives 2009 AIGA 50/50 Award for Book Design.

Since graduating from the Parsons AAS Program in 2007, Lauren Wickware has worked at a number of magazines and studios in both Toronto and New York and has received accolades from the AIGA, The Advertising & Design Club of Canada, The Alcuin Society, Applied Arts, Coupe Magazine and RGD Canada. Lauren is currently a designer […]

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 […]

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 […]

Faculty, Jason Booher (GD ’05) in AIGA 2009 50 Books/50 Covers

The jacket for Louisa Gilder’s The Age of Entanglement, published by Alfred A. Knopf, and the cover for Jesse Ball’s The Way Through Doors, published by Vintage, (designed with Helen Yentus) were included in the AIGA 50 Books / 50 Covers show. One of the things I love about these covers is the disruption of […]