My essay “Singing the Surface” (which originally appeared in Print magazine and presented as a lecture in different venues) is included in the collection Total Armageddon: A Slanted Reader on Design, edited by Ian Lynam, and published by Slanted Publishers out of Germany.
The aforementioned (and posted about) poster for Peter Weller, was the first of three announcements I designed for a “Transdisciplinary Experience” program at ODU. The other two are shown here.
I designed the poster to announce two lectures by actor, director and art historian Peter Weller. As he spoke on connections between the Renaissance and the current eras in painting and film, the artwork blends and updates religious imagery, methods and styles. (That’s a background from a Giotto painting behind the top portrait.) According to …
My article “I Believe in Design,” originally published on the Design Observer blog, has been included in the new compendium of writings from the site Culture Is Not Always Popular: Fifteen Years of Design Observer. The book was edited by site co-founders Michael Bierut and Jessica Helfand and published by the MIT Press.