Graphic Design Senior Show Celebration – 4/11 1

NESAD students won Travel Poster Design Competition 1

Jessica Boyd and Kelsey Ann Gallan, two of  NESAD talented – Graphic Design I students  - took 2nd prize and 3rd prize in the Grand Circle’s 2013 Design Your Own Vintage Travel Poster competition. The jury panel of Grand Circle associates were impressed of their beautiful designs. The winning posters will be displayed with all others entries on Tuesday, December ...

Basic Typography Students Create Visual Song Interpretations 4

Professor Joel Gendron’s Basic Typography students were asked to choose a segment from a song and create a typographic poster inspired by the work of chalk artist Dana Tanamachi.  The focus of this project was to create a visual interpretation of a song using Stabilo chalk pastel pencil on black drawing paper.  The final products ...

Art in a Flash: New NESAD Digital Photography Book 2

Ken Martin’s spring 2012 Digital Photography class has compiled their best work into a book designed by graphic design graduate students Biru Zheng and Brooke Dolan. Check out a preview of the book and buy it on blurb.

NESAD Students Winners in the Grand Circle Gallery’s Vintage Poster Contest 5

Victoria Burnett and Jacquelyn Schaab, two NESAD students, won first and second place in the Grand Circle Gallery’s Vintage Poster Contest. Victoria describes the contest, “The challenge of the contest was to create an interpretation of a vintage travel poster that promotes one of Grand Circle Corporation’s travel destinations. It must highlight an aspect of the ...

ATTENTION NESAD STUDENTS: WE NEED YOUR HELP KEEPING GIANT LIZARDS FROM ATTACKING BOSTON AGAIN! 1

How do we keep them out of the City? Why are they so angry? How can we deter them? Do they need a Coffee? Perhaps a Truce? On a single 8.5×11 page, draw, design, sketch, whatever. The emphasis is on the “IDEA” – but a good presentation is also key. Submit your idea in single ...

NESAD Students Participate in Font Aid V: Made for Japan 1

Marie-Anne Verougstraete, a graphic design teacher at The New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University, knows how important it is for graphic designers to work for social causes, “Graphic Design has a social function: it can make a difference in social situations, can improve the environment in which people live, and can ...

NESAD Students Semifinalists in The Say Something Poster Project

Three NESAD undergraduate students have made it into the semifinal round of the Say Something Poster Project! The Say Something Poster Project is a design competition meant to provide designers with the opportunity to create a poster that inspires, motivates, or educates teenage kids. Each year, the ten winning posters are donated to a non-profit ...

NESAD students intern at ICON Worldwide in Switzerland 1

NESAD students are developing their graphic design skills while simultaneously exploring new cultures! A handful of BFA students have or will be interning at ICON Worldwide in Switzerland. ICON Worldwide is an international marketing agency made up of award-winning designers, developers, and strategists. Two 2011 graduates, Amy Parker and Lauren DeFranza, interned this past summer ...

Environmental Design Class Visits Tsoi Kobus Architects to Learn About Wayfinding 1

Graphic design is not limited to print and web; graphic design skills are needed in areas such as environmental design as well. NESAD’s Environmental Design course is a multidisciplinary class that combines students from the graphic design program with interior design students. Recently, they visited Tsoi Kobus Architects, a Cambridge based architecture and interior design ...

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