MFA Design Criticism
On June 11, the New York chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, hosted “My Dog and Pony: Fresh Blood,” its fifth annual showcase of notable thesis projects by graduates from top design programs in the Northeast. Each graduate was given five minutes to present his or her thesis to an industry audience. Among […]
How do you brand a country from scratch? That question was the basis of Anne Quito’s (MFA 2014 Design Criticism) final thesis project (watch her presentation below). To find her answers, she traveled this year to both Switzerland—where “national identity is a full-time obsession,” she says—and South Sudan, the world’s newest nation.
Some 3,500 creative professionals converged in Boston last week for inspiration, training and bonding with peers from across the country and around the world. Among the people charged with inspiring attendees at the annual HOW Design Live conference, held this year in the Massachusetts capital from May 12 – 19, were nearly 40 SVA faculty […]