Tag graphic design faculty

Faculty Jason Booher apologizes to Josef Albers

Designers often walk the fine line between being inspired by and stealing design from the past. As a History of Graphic Design teacher I constantly engage students in ways to look to the past to inform their contemporary design. I come down on the side of not directly quoting or using designs whole hog from […]

Faculty Jeanne Verdoux comments in drawings

In the face of the Japanese disaster, this image came to my mind. Just wanted to share it. Jeanne

GD Faculty Jeanne Verdoux’s illustration in today’s NYT

Please take at look at the page 26A in today’s (May 19th, 2010). Here is the link to Jeanne’s website: www.jeanneverdoux.com .

Polymorphs at Parsons

As a creative with roots in the service industry, I have often wondered if a field that could encompass my unique range of skill and experience might ever emerge. Enter: Service Design, a field so young that only a handful of institutions currently offer degrees that pertain to it. Part graphic design, part system design […]

Faculty, Jonathan Gouthier’s studio, WITH is published in Novum Magazine

Jonathan Gouthier, AAS graphic design professor has been published in a studio spotlight within the March 2010 issue of Novum magazine. Below is an excerpt from the article. The entire issue can be found on the shelves of the Gimbel Art & Design Library. Brand expert, Jonathan Gouthier likes to take a more playful approach […]

How Can Typography Help Haiti?

On Thursday, March 11th, the students from my Experimental Typography class and I will present final solutions for the assignment “How Can Typography Help Haiti?” at MAD (The Museum of Arts and Design.) At the end of the presentation, the audience will vote for the most successful project which will – in the following weeks […]

Faculty, Mara Kurtz (GD ’90) has a book published: The Rock Hill Pictures

Mara Kurtz, GD ’90, and AAS graphic design professor professor since 1990, has just published a photography book titled THE ROCK HILL PICTURES. The 138 page book contains documentary photographs by Mara Kurtz showing Rock Hill, South Carolina in the early 1970’s, before a federally funded “beautification program” demolished the town. The book design was […]

Color Theory: Graphic Design

In Fall of 2009, I was given the opportunity to teach Color Theory in the AAS department. I am now a part time faculty member of the School of Art, Media & Technology. Through a broad spectrum of assignments ranging from simple Color-aid studies to more complex paintings and collages, my students gained a thorough […]

Faculty, Jeanne Verdoux in today’s NYT Book Review

Jeanne Verdoux has illustrated Lee Siegel’s essay about narcissism in today’s New York Times Book Review. The Art Director: Nicholas Blechman Link for the essay.

Networked Design #3: swiss-miss.com – Tina Roth Eisenberg

December 2: Tina Roth Eisenberg 6:30PM Parsons School of Design, Kellen Auditorium, 66 Fifth Avenue, Room 101, NYC Web Streaming available during the time of the event About the Networked Design Talks With the rise of the Internet over the past few decades we have witnessed the rise of networked culture. The effects of this […]