Design 4

Illustrator Kate Bingaman-Burt

As we progress through the semester developing narrative designs, exploring our own visual vocabularies and building a design story for our projects, it is helpful for me to look at what other folks are doing.

A wonderful illustrator Kate Bingaman-Burt is doing a series of simple illustrations of items that she has consumed each day. “Since February 5th, 2006 I have been drawing something that I purchase every day. See all of her drawings on my Flickr stream or keep up to date with the documentation by following my blog. Learn more online at www.katebingamanburt.com

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One comment on “Illustrator Kate Bingaman-Burt

  1. Andrew Cornell Robinson
    2013 February 23

    Reblogged this on Design 2 and commented:

    This week as our class explores the creation of image and typographic identity marks I thought I would share this wonderful artist come designer who drawings simple illustrations to bring information and behavior alive in her own personal and idiosyncratic style.

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This blog is for inspiration and education related to the Parsons Design 4 Information Design and Visualization course taught by Andrew Robinson. The objectives of this class are to help students in the Strategic Design Studies program to learn how to create effective information design as a tool for communication. Beauty in form and function, which communicates ideas effectively, is our goal.
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