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3% Conference New York

3% Conference New York

Category: Advertising, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: May 8th 2014
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This week Holly, our US Director went to a really inspirational talk by the amazing Kat Gordon at New York's Creative Week. Kat Gordon is a Creative Director/Copywriter with 20 years experience in the industry, now running her own agency that specializes in mark...

UK-based Glug is Coming to NYC

UK-based Glug is Coming to NYC

Category: Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Apr 25th 2014
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First event is on May 21st. Find details and register here. ...

AIGA - NYC Time & Place Competition

AIGA - NYC Time & Place Competition

Category: Competitions,

Posted by: Holly
Posted: Apr 9th 2014
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  The time has come to show off - you, your work, you as a NYC designer, your idea of New York! Submit now. This design competition is a way to celebrate design in the city during the month of May and everyday and also the AIGA Centennial, the New York chapter of AIGA is launching. [NYC M...

RoAndCo in NYC!

RoAndCo in NYC!

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Dec 3rd 2013
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The New York students (and lecturers!) were recently treated to a visit from the fab Roanne Adams from RoAndCo — a New York-based agency with a brilliant body of work, much of which falls within the fashion domain. From delicately-crafted identites through to full-blown fashion shoots and the art direction of runway...

Pentagram redesigns NYC wayfinding

Pentagram redesigns NYC wayfinding

Category: Design / Environmental, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jun 26th 2013
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What do you think of Pentagram's newly redesigned wayfinding system for NYC? The signs give you an estimate of how long you'll have to walk to get anywhere in the neighborhood. Pentagram customised Helvetica, replacing square dots with round ones, and the icons were created to match details in the...

NYC TYPE

NYC TYPE

Category: Architecture, Design / Typography, Photography,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jun 20th 2013
No. of comments: 0

Ever wished that there was one great big archive of all the awesome typography in and around New York? Check out nyctype, which pulls images from Instagram of the city's best letters.  ...

NYC Spaghetti

NYC Spaghetti

Category: Design / Packaging, Products,

Posted by: Julian
Posted: May 20th 2013
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Spaghetti is tasty but can be hard to package in an interesting way. This student project by Australian designer Alex Creamer shows us how it's done, and done well. Created when he was a student, the design uses a model of the Chrysler building (created by Ben ...

NYCxDESIGN

NYCxDESIGN

Category: Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: May 6th 2013
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NYCxDESIGN is New York's citywide event to showcase and promote design of all disciplines. It starts this Friday 10th May, so take a look at their site and check out the list of events! ...

Shillington NYC is hiring!

Shillington NYC is hiring!

Category: Other Design Fields,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Aug 28th 2012
No. of comments: 1

  Love design but sick of dealing with the deadlines and clients? Shillington School of Graphic Design in New York is looking for passionate graphic designers to pass on their practical skills and knowledge to the next generation of creative talent. A previous career sporting a corduroy jacket and comb-over (traditional t...
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Gabriele Wilson Guest Lectures for Shillington NYC

Gabriele Wilson Guest Lectures for Shillington NYC

Category: Design / Publishing,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Mar 1st 2012
No. of comments: 0

Book Cover designer extraordinaire and all around amazing person Gabriele Wilson guest lectured in the NYC studio yesterday. She shared with us several of her beautiful covers and the processes which she went through to achieve the results, as well as her personal experiences as a designer in the publishing industry. More of her work can be seen ...