It's spring and graphic design is busting out all over . . . this creative surf brought us tons of beautiful work, students, graphics shows and even a book about making alphabets. . . :
* Learn to "Draw Your Own Alphabets" by Hand With a Book by Graphic Designer Tony Seddon
* David Hillman, Google Creative Lab ECD & other leading creatives discuss
* Seniors display culmination of work throughout their college careers
* Students impress local night club owners with graphic design project
* Feast Your Eyes: Senior Graphic design students serve 'design stew'
* Rutgers publishing program trains writers and designers together
* Bop Design Announces Tips for Working with Graphic Designers
* Meet : Lavender & Honey for fresh eye-candy
* Brain Candy gives young designers a boost
* Graphic Design: Now in Production
... and more !
Seniors display culmination of work throughout their college careers
Michelle Berthiaume writes for Keene-equinox.com
On an overcast Friday afternoon, in the middle of Keene State College's Spring Weekend, a group of college seniors eagerly looked toward the start of their bright futures.
The Graphic Design Portfolio Review helped these senior graphic design majors showcase their work in a professional environment for the first time. Employers from the Monadnock Region along with local residents, classmates, professors and faculty joined the 40 or so students in the student center enter for a night of networking.
Full story : keene-equinox.com
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Feast Your Eyes: Senior Graphic design students serve 'design stew'
With the tagline 'Come See What's Cookin', one might expect the Bachelor of Fine Arts Graphic Design Thesis Exhibition to be a somewhat gustatory experience.
It happened at the Department of Art Gallery in McComas Hall and continues in the Visual Arts Center for the evening's remainder. There may be food at the event, but the students crafting the exhibition have been whipping up graphic design stew, as they call it, rather than beef stew. The galleries will display walls of calendars, posters and T-shirt designs rather than tables of crome broloe and beignets.
Full story : The Reflector online
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