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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. […]

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 […]

The Angelmaker Code

Faculty Editor | Jason Booher Sometimes you get to work on a project that expands beyond the specific world in which the design problem is set. The jacket for Nick Harkaway’s Angelmaker has been one of those for me. And it allowed me to delve into something I was obsessed with growing up—coded language. I […]

Winterzine Release Party

Guest Contributor | Dwight Armstrong AAS GD ’11 Alumi Dwight Armstrong  has been hard at work on Winterzine, the latest issue of the magazine Seasonzine. Seasonzine is the brainchild of Dwight and his friend Christine Huang, both California-born Brooklynites. After years of cursing the seasonal tempermentality of the East Coast, Dwight and Christine decided to suck […]

AAS GD Jan Sabach ’02 featured in CA Fresh

Jan Sabach (Graphic Design ’02) is featured today in the Communication Arts

Process and Skills Course: Online or On-site, what is the difference?

It might seem surprising at first but there is no critical difference between the online and the on-site Process and Skills classes. Both classes follow a similar syllabus and students work on the same projects. Online Process and Skills class is an intensive hands on class where students learn essential graphic design skills through a […]

Parsons AAS GD / AID FOR AIDS International’s Holiday Card Design Student Competition. The 2011 winners

  Guest Contributor | Victoria Benatar   The AAS Graphic Design Program at Parsons partnered with AID FOR AIDS International to create a Holiday Card Design Student Competition. Of the 78 submissions from students at Parsons The New School for Design, the competition judges this week chose FIVE designs to adorn this season’s AID FOR […]

Advanced Typography: (more of) A Typographic Logo

Here’s another typographic logo for the University of Alabama Press—this one by Advanced Typography student, Elizabeth Johnson. The identity poetically capitalizes on the slogan, song, and book, “Stars Fell on Alabama”. Utilizing a tidy typographic grid, a bold color palette, and three-part graphic system (logo + tagline + image), Elizabeth has created a smart, contemporary, […]

AID FOR AIDS International’s Holiday Card Design Student Competition. UPDATE

    GuestContributor: Victoria Benatar AID FOR AIDS International is very excited to announce that the WORLD WITHOUT AIDS Holiday Greeting Card Competition is now being sponsored by Marc Jacobs. In light of this recent event, the deadline to submit entries has been extended to Monday, October 31, 2011. Judging will take place Tuesday, November […]

Typography 1: (more of) The Complete Font

A few more solutions from the Complete Font project. The designers: Anny Chen, Joseph Whang, Rachel Tervenski, Debra Ohayon, and Melissa Kaufmann.