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Sister Corita Kent: Designer, Artist, Advocate, Teacher, Hero

When I need to feel inspired, I need look no further than the bright, uplifting work of Sister Corita Kent (1918–1986). Kent was an artist, graphic designer, educator, and advocate for social justice. 518 more words

Lush | Word as Image

Join the Las Vegas Chapter of AIGA together with The Las Vegas Poets Organization at Lush|Word As Image; a Design • Poetry Event at the Writer’s Block. 66 more words


How Many Black Designers Do You Know?

The point of this blog post is to start a conversation.  I want to hear what everyone has to say, also I’m interested in multiple types of opinions no matter what the view is.   238 more words

Muse Moments: Angela Johnson

MUSE MOMENTS is an interview series that focuses on the stories of creative women to help inspire and enlighten others.

Take a moment w/ Angela Johnson. 39 more words

Las Vegas

We’d rather sell Picasso tickets than Nike shoes.

The Fine Art of Designing for Museums:    Why graphic designers are ditching their agency jobs to work at MOMA.

In an art museum, graphic design usually takes a back seat. 766 more words


Yes, I Am High-Maintenance and I Deserve To Be

Here’s how I turned an intended insult into a huge compliment.

For those that know me well, then you would already know the fact presented to you in the headline. 682 more words


Many Meetings Later – 2nd Posting

This morning, I awoke thinking it was Saturday. (It’s Thursday). I got out of bed, fortunately early, and posted 42 new postings around campus. This second posting was designed, and is intended, to solicit more feedback from viewers, while also maintaining a take-away tear-off. 502 more words

Degree Project