For more than fifty years, Walter Bernard and Milton Glaser have revolutionized the look of magazine journalism. In Mag Men, Bernard and Glaser recount their storied careers, offering insiders’ perspective on some of the most iconic design work of the twentieth century.
Ten things that drove the design of Atkinson Hyperlegible, a typeface for people with low vision. Winner of the Graphic Design category in Fast Company's 2019 Innovation by Design Awards. The speakers include: Craig Dobie, Cofounder and Creative Director; Brad Scott, Cofounder and Managing Director; and Elliott, Scott, Creative Director.
In mid-twentieth century San Francisco, two women explored new directions in weaving and the design of fabrics and wallcoverings. Join us to discover the works of émigré Trude Guermonprez (1910-1976), an inventive and inspiring weaver, textile designer, and teacher, and her contemporary Lanette Scheeline (1910-2001), a Bay Area native who operated a successful textile and wallpaper design business.
With a few days left until 2020, there’s only one thing we can do. Let’s close out this epic year together and imagine the possibilities a brand new decade will bring.The AIGA NY Board of Directors is bringing together New York’s design community to celebrate at its annual holiday bash. There'll be drinks, nibbles, and design chatter.
Adobe InDesign has come a long way since its transition from CS6 to Creative Cloud. If you’re like most users, many of these changes may have passed you by in your quest to stay afloat as a graphic designer. In this one-day workshop, Adobe Certified Expert and freelance jack-of-all trades Scott Citron will bring you up to speed on where we are and what you’ve missed in the world’s favorite page layout tool.
Ever wondered how solar technology works? Krystal Persaud, founder of Grouphug, introduced the science behind solar energy and solar panels, concluding with a guided workshop to build your own solar energy charger. This event is presented by The Workspace at A/D/O, a coworking space for designers and creative professionals.
Your $25 donation to the Center for Book Arts gives you access to commissioned holiday card designs that you get to print yourself with the help of the artists who designed them. All participants walk away with five letterpress cards and envelopes printed on our Vandercook Presses
This evening discussion will bring exhibition curator Valérie Rousseau, curator Robert Cozzolino (Minneapolis Institute of Art), and curator Raina Lampkins-Fielder (Souls Grown Deep Foundation) into conversation about the expansion of the field of self-taught art through the study of archival material and oral history, around the theme of the supernatural, and across continents.
MoMA’s 2019 expansion involved a transformative vision inside and out, and behind the scenes was a diligent Creative Team working alongside MoMA’s Exhibition Design & Production Department to rethink, refine, and evolve a place every New Yorker has a deep connection to. Join us for a conversation and celebration of “A new MoMA” with members of MoMA’s Creative Team.
Explore the intricate design process behind illusionist Jeanette Andrews’ one-of-a-kind work. Andrews will share the multi-faceted design process behind her work “Invisible Roses”, perform pieces from her work, and discuss with attendees what goes into designing the seemingly impossible, from psychology, object making, and writing, to performance, installation and choreographing.
Every month local artist Rich Garr collages together an art-centric walking tour around the Gowanus Canal. Each one is unique, and mines the community's deep creative base to explore the past, present and future community. Art studio or gallery visits spice up the walk, and assist in understanding this rapidly evolving corner of NYC.
Tandem, the award-winning design studio responsible for the visual identity of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's congressional run, will sit down at Poster House to discuss how they have used their graphic design skills to pursue the change they want to see in the world.