Pace Primitive is pleased to present Geometric Primitives, a collaboration with Ryan McGinness. Geometric Primitives will be on view March 30-May 5, 2012, and an opening reception will be held … Continue reading →
To be a good designer, you must be curious about life; the strongest ideas are born from the experiences we have and the knowledge we gain from them. The … Continue reading →
According to Nigel Holmes, “One way we make information graphics is by using little pictograms as building blocks for entire illustrations. We each create our own personal visual language–little bits … Continue reading →
I saw this nice article by designer Jacob Cass and since it talks about some of the very issues that we are about to tackle in our next project, I … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
More photos for an election in India Imagine that you have to design the ballots and voting materials for an election that serves a population of over a billion (1,189,172,906) … Continue reading →
Personal Iconography. via Personal Iconography by Patricia Schoenbach.
Project 1 – Pictogram FINAL PRODUCT. via Personal Pictograms by Cina Rosen.
Emotion. Our first project in class explored creating a personal pictograph which explore key emotional states. Here is a wonderful example from Ashley Kimbrough, of her illustrative pictographic system that … Continue reading →