Those long legs. Gently sloping shoulders. The swelling curves above and below. The sophisticated line of the throat. Everything to attract me, to draw my aging eye, to warm my heart. The sensual Bembo. She’s my kind of type. Bembo is one of the… . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Just My Type
Last week I posted a video about the 6-week master’s bootcamp for master’s students at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications on their new Newhouse Insider blog. (The blog is a collection of post by Newhouse students organized by the Graduate Records Office about their experience here.) I made the video (below) over four . . . → Read More: Geoff Campbell: Master’s Bootcamp at the Newhouse School
Featuring graphic design projects done for the Charles Sousa leadership campaign, Anita Vandenbeld’s campaign for Ottawa West-Nepean, various Young Liberal clubs, and more. I’ll be updating it from time to time as well.
An international exhibition of political poster design, Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for the Digital Age: 2001-2012 is currently on display at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Curated by MassArt professor and Chair of Graphic Design Elizabeth Resnick, the featured work spans nearly three dozen countries and touches on just as many pressing issues. . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for the Digital Age 2001–2012
Designing a toy catalog — or most any mass-market consumer catalog for that matter — is usually an exercise deeply rooted in the status quo. Top-Toy, the largest toy retailer in Northern European and licensee of the Toys “R” US chain in that region, is gently disrupting some of society’s norms with their . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Girls with guns, boys with blow dryers – Is this gender-neutral toy catalog just a holiday publicity stunt?
A picture from a recent Eastern Health news conference shows why at least a portion of their news conference backdrop needs to be tossed in favour of a new design.
Chief executive Vicki Kaminski looks like she’s in an advertisement for a freak show. Kaminski appears to have a giant head coming out of her . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Backdrop Problem #nlpoli