Also long overdue, I wanted to share the shop design I collaborated on with Paul Wagner, the Design Director at Princeton Architectural Press.
PAPress opened a second office on Warren Street in Hudson, NY last year, and left space for a small brick and mortar shop called Paper + Goods. In November Paul and I designed and arranged the space, and created a holiday window display for the season. I was really proud of the result!
Go visit Paper + Goods if you're in Hudson at 204 Warren Street!
I just saw the Maholy-Nagy exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum on Wednesday, and of all of his broad range of work, I most enjoyed his geometric paintings. I love the way the forms appear like beams of light or sheets of glass. Here are a few examples that I found online:
As I rebuild my portfolio, I have to let go of even my most well-loved student work to make room for the new. But, I don't want to erase it all forever, so I'll stash some of it here!
In school I worked for three years at the Graphics Center, an on-campus, student-run design firm where we created promotional materials (of all sorts, but mainly posters) for organizations on campus. I actually owe my design career to this place; I started there barely knowing how to use illustrator and photoshop, and left as a Design/Art double major, and manager of the center. Thanks GC! Here are a few of my favorite posters I made during those three years:
How do you start a blog? I'm not sure! To break the ice, here are some dogs I've met recently: