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Gig Posters for Scientists | Flickr
"Hand screen printed posters for distinguished scientists visiting UNC Chapel Hill Biology."
posters  science  via:unthinkingly  biology  scientists 
october 2017 by robertogreco
A Book About Colab (and Related Activities) - A new publication and fundraising edition - Printed Matter
"Printed Matter is pleased to announce the publication of A Book About Colab (and Related Activities). Edited by Max Schumann, Director of Printed Matter, and with a Foreword and Afterword by art writer and Colab member Walter Robinson, the book traces the output of Collaborative Projects Inc. (aka Colab), the highly energetic gathering of young New York downtown artists active from the late 1970’s through the mid 1980’s.

A Book About Colab serves as an exhaustive homage to the group’s work and a testimonial about their particular practice of collaboration, collectivity, and social engagement, while reflecting an iconic period of NYC cultural history. Advocating a form of cultural activism that was purely artist driven, the group created artworks, negotiated venues, curated shows, crafted their own PR, and engaged in discourse that responded to the political themes and predicaments of their time, among them the recessions of the 1970’s, the Reagan era of budget cuts and nuclear armament, the housing crisis and gentrification in New York City, and other pressing social issues.

In form, A Book About Colab captures the busy energy of the group as it focused on a battery of overlapping projects staged in artists’ lofts, vacant storefronts and abandoned buildings, as well as on the airwaves and in print. With extensive documentation of the printed material and media (posters, books, ephemera, films, broadcasts) steadily produced in the course of their collaborative undertakings, A Book About Colab offers a vivid account of the diverse aesthetics and concerns of the group as they embarked on X-Magazine, The Real Estate Show, The Times Square Show, the A. More Store, the cable access TV show Potato Wolf, and a myriad of other projects.

To illustrate the broader reach of the group, the book also explores a number of Colab-related efforts which took place in addition to their communal activity. Artists’ initiatives such as Fashion Moda, the New Cinema, Spanner Magazine, and ABC No Rio, while not purely Colab projects, derived their vitality from its members and reflected the spirit of that community.

In keeping with the democratic “by and for artists” ethos of Colab, the publication places this material alongside newly solicited texts from many of the group’s members – a mix of reflections and anecdotes, statements, manifestos, and excerpts from the ‘Colab Annual Report’, which provide a close perspective on the meaning of Colab for those who came into its orbit.

A Book About Colab (and Related Activities) is published by Printed Matter, printed full color, paperback, 256 pages, in an edition of 1000 copies. The book features a two-sided color wraparound cover, with the interior showing a selection of Fingerpaint Portraits of Colab group members by Cara Perlman.

The publication is a companion piece to the exhibition A Show About Colab (and Related Activities), organized by Schumann at Printed Matter, October 15-November 30, 2011.

Printed in Canada by The Prolific Group.
Edited by Max Schumann
Design Direction by Garrick Gott,
Design by Yoshié Hozumi"

[via: https://www.instagram.com/p/BUg334xgPhf/ via ??]
books  art  collaboration  collectivism  collectivity  glvo  altgdp  lcproject  openstudioproject  printedmatter  walterrobinson  colab  collaborativeprojectsinc  1970s  1980s  socialengagement  posters  ephemera  film  broadcasts  community 
june 2017 by robertogreco
Inventory Press: Blueprint for Counter Education: Expanded Reprint
[finally, a reprint]

"Blueprint for Counter Education
Expanded Reprint



Available for preorder
Shipping February 2016



Blueprint for Counter Education is one of the defining (but neglected) works of radical pedagogy of the Vietnam War era. Originally published in 1970 and integrated into the design of the Critical Studies curriculum at CalArts, the book was accompanied by large graphic posters that could serve as a portable learning environment for a new process-based model of education, and a bibliography and checklist that map patterns and relationships between radical thought and artistic practices—from the avant-gardes to postmodernism—with Marcuse and McLuhan serving as points of anchorage.

To accompany this new facsimile edition of the book and posters, a 64-page booklet will feature a conversation with the original Blueprint creators Maurice Stein, Larry Miller, and designer Marshall Henrichs, as well as essays from Jeffrey Schnapp, Paul Cronin, and notes on the design by Adam Michaels of Project Projects."
2016  books  toread  pedagogy  teaching  education  highered  highereducation  unschooling  deschooling  subversion  mauricestein  larrymiller  marshallhenrichs  jeffreyschnapp  paulcronin  adammichaels  projectprojects  1970  calarts  criticalstudies  posters 
december 2015 by robertogreco
Warsheh ® on Behance
"Warsheh is a design studio led by Mothanna Hussein and Hadi Alaeddin. We do branding, logo, and poster design.



Warsheh was originally founded in January 2010 by Tamer AlMasri and Mothanna Hussein, with JoBedu (Tamer AlMasri & Michael Makdah) financing the foundations for the start up. It was later joined by Hadi Alaeddin as a partner in 2011. Both Mothanna and Hadi have now taken on their respective roles as the core team of Warsheh, hoping to turn it into the best design studio in the region."

[See also: https://www.behance.net/Mothanna
https://www.behance.net/hadialaeddin ]

[via: https://www.behance.net/gallery/22456235/Arsheef
via https://twitter.com/senongo/status/581558553095249920]
jordan  design  graphicdesign  posters  collage  mothannahussein  hadialaeddin 
march 2015 by robertogreco
Matt Jones: Jumping to the End -- Practical Design Fiction on Vimeo
[Matt says (http://magicalnihilism.com/2015/03/06/my-ixd15-conference-talk-jumping-to-the-end/ ):

"This talk summarizes a lot of the approaches that we used in the studio at BERG, and some of those that have carried on in my work with the gang at Google Creative Lab in NYC.

Unfortunately, I can’t show a lot of that work in public, so many of the examples are from BERG days…

Many thanks to Catherine Nygaard and Ben Fullerton for inviting me (and especially to Catherine for putting up with me clowning around behind here while she was introducing me…)"]

[At ~35:00:
“[(Copy)Writers] are the fastest designers in the world. They are amazing… They are just amazing at that kind of boiling down of incredibly abstract concepts into tiny packages of cognition, language. Working with writers has been my favorite thing of the last two years.”
mattjones  berg  berglondon  google  googlecreativelab  interactiondesign  scifi  sciencefiction  designfiction  futurism  speculativefiction  julianbleecker  howwework  1970s  comics  marvel  marvelcomics  2001aspaceodyssey  fiction  speculation  technology  history  umbertoeco  design  wernerherzog  dansaffer  storytelling  stories  microinteractions  signaturemoments  worldbuilding  stanleykubrick  details  grain  grammars  computervision  ai  artificialintelligence  ui  personofinterest  culture  popculture  surveillance  networks  productdesign  canon  communication  johnthackara  macroscopes  howethink  thinking  context  patternsensing  systemsthinking  systems  mattrolandson  objects  buckminsterfuller  normanfoster  brianarthur  advertising  experiencedesign  ux  copywriting  writing  film  filmmaking  prototyping  posters  video  howwewrite  cognition  language  ara  openstudioproject  transdisciplinary  crossdisciplinary  interdisciplinary  sketching  time  change  seams  seamlessness 
march 2015 by robertogreco
Engineer Prints from Photojojo
"Your photos, human-sized. $25 · FREE Shipping · 3ft x 4ft"
photography  print  printing  srg  posters 
june 2014 by robertogreco
Interference Archive
"Interference Archive explores the relationship between cultural production and social movements. This work manifests in public exhibitions, a study and social center, talks, screenings, publications, workshops, and an online presence. The archive consists of many kinds of objects that are created as part of social movements by the participants themselves: posters, flyers, publications, photographs, books, T-shirts and buttons, moving images, audio recordings, and other materials. Through our programming, we use this cultural ephemera to animate histories of people mobilizing for social transformation. As an archive from below, we are a collectively run space that stresses the use of our collection over its preservation, offers open stacks and accessibility for all, works in collaboration with like-minded projects, and encourages critical as well as creative engagements with our own histories.

The archive is all volunteer and relies on the help of many people. We welcome you to get involved.

Core collective:
Kevin Caplicki, Molly Fair, Josh MacPhee, Cindy Milstein, and Blithe Riley"

[Profiled in the NY Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/21/nyregion/the-activism-files.html?pagewanted=all ]
interferencearchive  posters  archives  resistance  socialmovements  activism  gowanus  brooklyn  kavincaplicki  mollyfair  joshmacphee  cindymilstein  blitheriley  culture 
july 2013 by robertogreco
Scarfolk Council
"Scarfolk is a town in North West England that did not progress beyond 1979. Instead, the entire decade of the 1970s loops ad infinitum. Here in Scarfolk, pagan rituals blend seamlessly with science; hauntology is a compulsory subject at school, and everyone must be in bed by 8pm because they are perpetually running a slight fever. "Visit Scarfolk today. Our number one priority is keeping rabies at bay." For more information please reread."

[Via http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-blog/2013/march/scarfolk via http://plsj.tumblr.com/post/46445130141/brilliant-eat-me ]
1970s  culture  scarfolk  humor  england  hauntology  books  posters 
march 2013 by robertogreco
3 | A Rare Look At The Eames Office's Graphic Design | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
"A recent exhibition showcased the ads, packages, and pamphlets often overshadowed by the studio’s work in furniture and film."
packaging  posters  typography  via:johnpavlus  eamesstudio  design  graphics  graphicdesign  eames 
november 2012 by robertogreco
Library and archive culture
"an eclectic collection of images and documents of the library, archive, and information management profession"
history  posters  graphics  docspopuli  documents  images  humor  information  informationmanagement  archives  libraries  library  politics  culture 
april 2012 by robertogreco
Tweetghetto Poster — Create Your Own — Better Nouveau
Pick a #hashtag or @username that's close to your heart and let Tweetghetto create the perfect poster for you. See tweets become print and make their dwelling among us.

Tweetghetto is a time capsule for your digital world. It frames the fragments, showcases what stirs you up, and creates life-bits that bridge the gap between virtual and physical memory.
twitter  webapp  posters  papernet  fun  todo.it  tweetghetto 
august 2011 by robertogreco
Flavorwire » A Visual Exploration of ‘Infinite Jest’
"This week, our friends at The Rumpus alerted us to an amazing new project that allows us to indulge our David Foster Wallace fandom/love of all things film-related/geeky sensibilities all at once, and in the best way: Poor Yorick Entertainment, created by Chris Ayers. The website, Ayers writes, is “a visual exploration of the filmography of James O. Incandenza and the world of David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest… ‘Poor Yorick Entertainment’ is the name of the fictional independent film company started by James O. Incandenza in David Foster Wallace’s novel Infinite Jest. . . . This project is an attempt to bring some kind of visual life to the fictional filmmaker’s body of work.” Um, this is the best idea ever, and it isn’t only limited to fictional movie posters — though those are wonderful. Ayers also treats us to various other artifacts from the novel, so if you’re a fan, be prepared to grin your face off."
davidfosterwallace  infinitejest  posters  graphicdesign  advertising 
june 2011 by robertogreco
Paris vs New York, a tally of two cities
"A friendly visual match between those two cities, as seen by a Parisian-based-and-lover on New York : details, cliches and contradictions. This way, please."
graphicdesign  comparison  nyc  paris  posters  visualization  humor  illustration  cities  blogs 
october 2010 by robertogreco
"yeah thats not what I was looking for at all."
"I opened the screen door yesterday and my cat got out and has been missing since then so I was wondering if you are not to busy you could make a poster for me. It has to be A4 and I will photocopy it and put it around my suburb this afternoon."

[Humorous fictional discussion between graphics designer and client ensues, with images of the proposed designs along the way.]
via:lukeneff  humor  design  graphics  cats  posters  clients  email  lostpets 
july 2010 by robertogreco
The easiest way to print photos on canvas | CanvasPop
"The easiest way to print your photos on canvas.

Print your photos on canvas pro style with CanvasPop. From any source, any resolution or size - and customized to your wishes - your photos and digital images become stunning custom art."
design  photography  art  canvas  flickr  diy  posters  printing  print  enlargement  glvo  house  gifts  decorating  services  prints 
january 2010 by robertogreco
Learning Slow from the People Who Invented It | GOOD
"Douglas Gayeton creates detailed photo collages annotated with round, hand-drawn letters that tell stories about the landscape and the people of Pitoia, Italy. These so-called “flat films” depict cheese-makers, butchers, and cooks who practice the Slow Food philosophy."
photography  slow  food  books  posters  slowfood 
september 2009 by robertogreco
Survey : Thumb is directed by Luke Bulman & Jessica Young
"Thumb is a Brooklyn and Baltimore-based graphic design office that was organized as a partnership in 2007. Thumb works on public, private, and self-initiated projects, usually in the areas of architecture, art, design, and culture. Partners Jessica Young and Luke Bulman both received Master of Architecture degrees from Rice University, in Houston, Texas, in 2002 and 1998 respectively.

Thumb is fond of fluorescent inks, microscopic art, live and immediate processes, color, Ebay, shape, very glossy paper, discs, surprises, diagrams, rainbow paper, awkward transitions..."

Previously:

"Thumb is a Brooklyn-based graphic design office that works on public, private, and self-initiated projects, usually in the areas of architecture, art, design, and culture.

Some of our current projects include: the graphic identity and exhibition design for Towards the Sentient City, in collaboration with the Architectural League; the graphic identity for International Architecture Bienalle in Rotterdam with Interboro Partners, co-curators of the exhibition; identity and environmental graphics for LentSpace, a project of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and the graphic identity for the third Columbia Conference on Architecture, Engineering and Materials..."
design  architecture  us  graphics  identity  nyc  typography  brooklyn  agency  graphic  studio  portfolio  graphicdesign  thumb  glvo  print  books  posters  houston  riceuniversity 
june 2009 by robertogreco
Archinect : Features : Working out of the Box: Thumb [designed the "Ring Roads of the World" poster, "Ryan McGinness Works" and "Everything Must Move" books]
"Robert Walters...really inspiring...died-in-the-wool Modernist...survey course...focused a lot on 20th century...presented architecture in larger context of design & culture...looked at Bauhaus typography, Futurist manifestoes, Beuys' sculpture alongside the built work of Mies, Marinetti's drawings & projects like Berlin Free University...very visual approach with side-by-side slide comparisons...sort of broad thinking appealed to me...Studio courses & work culture they promoted, really appealed to me too...long hours in studio...M Arch degree...very strong conceptual bent to Rice...influence of Bruce Mau & Sanford Kwinter who collaborated at Rice for 2-3 years...involvement in school was a sort of experiment to see how design thinking could dismantle & reassemble typical seminar/studio formats. Sometimes these experiments were more/less successful, but there was a huge amount of risk-taking. I still like the idea "nothing ventured, nothing gained" that they worked under..."
robertwalters  thumb  riceuniversity  design  graphics  books  brucemau  sanfordkwinter  futurists  typography  josephbeuys  bauhaus  modernism  interdisciplinary  crossdisciplinary  risktaking  architecture  bookdesign  posters  miesvanderrohe  marinetti  berlinfreeuniversity 
june 2009 by robertogreco
Find Your Place in Space on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
"I designed these 18x27 posters for the 826LA Echo Park Time Travel Mart. You can buy one at the mart or (soon) at 826la.org" [set here: http://flickr.com/photos/amykatemartin/sets/72157606044522564/]
timetravel  826  826la  losangeles  posters  graphics  design  illustration  time  history 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Design Observer: When Did Posters Become Such Wallflowers?
"I realize that what I love about the poster, and what defines poster-ness for me, is the way it is conceptually attached to a motivating force — a product, or some event that will happen or has happened on a particular date and at a particular place."
posters  design  graphics  sontag  product  message  authenticity  manifestos  definitions  events  art  competitions  props 
june 2007 by robertogreco
TIME.com: Takin' It To The Streets -- Oct. 24, 2005 -- Page 1
"An ingenious art form is springing up in the unlikeliest city locales; galleries are noticing"
urban  art  collaborative  photography  politics  posters  cities 
november 2005 by robertogreco

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