What’s in Store: MFA Fine Arts Alumnus’ Catalog, Big Type and More

October 14, 2013

How to Find a Ghost (Driscoll Babcock, 2013), by Benjamin Genocchio, explores the “transcendent figurative paintings” of Jenny Morgan (MFA 2008 Fine Arts). This catalog is being published in conjunction with her solo exhibition of the same name, on view through November 23 at Driscoll Babcock Galleries, 525 West 25th Street.

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Lettering Large: The Art and Design of Monumental Typography (Monacelli Press, 2013), by Steven Heller, co-chair of the MFA Design Department, and Mirko Ilic, MFA Illustration as Visual Essay faculty member, documents the growing popularity of large-scale typography in architecture, branding and sculpture, with imagery gleaned from sites throughout Asia, Europe and the United States.

Self Portrait as Your Traitor (How Books, 2013), by Debbie Millman, chair of

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the MPS Branding Department (with an introduction by Paula Scher, BFA Design faculty member), is a visually poetic, hand-lettered memoir that candidly explores the tribulations and triumphs of a design life.

 

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