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Nothing compared to the MIT disco floor and probably about 100 times the budget. But hey, adobe did it and it didn't crash, that's pretty good.

Stefan Sagmeister's list: Things I have learned in my life so far.

 

Complaining is silly. Either act or forget.

Thinking life will be better in the future is stupid. I have to live now.

Being not truthful works against me.

Helping other people helps me.

Organizing a charity group is surprisingly easy.

Everything I do always comes back to me.

Drugs feel great in the beginning and become a drag later on.

Over time I get used to everything and start taking it for granted.

Money does not make me happy.

Traveling alone is helpful for a new perspective on life.

Assuming is stifling.

Keeping a diary supports my personal development.

Trying to look good limits my life.

Worrying solves nothing.

Material luxuries are best enjoyed in small doses.

Having guts always works out for me.

This is the your earth.

From Stefan Sagmeister's presentation... a design project (I believe done by a student) that made him happy. They put blank speech bubbles on public signs and posters, and went back later to photograph the results. I suppose no one can resist the lure of the speech bubble.

Milton Glaser addresses the AIGA Design Conference on a designer's social responsibility to the community at large.

John Hockenberry asks Ze Frank a few follow-up questions after his panel.

Senator Barney Frank addresses the main hall. This view is from the "Living Room" couches.

Lella and Massimo Vignelli in the conference main hall.

lots of people signed it

Wendy, Emily, Holly, and Christopher.

Nicholas Negroponte, chair of the MIT Media Lab.

Michael Osborne (left, among other things has designed some of the recent "Love" stamps) and Hank Richardson (right, Chair of The Portfolio Center and an AIGA National Board Member) without his signature mustache that he's worn for three decades.

One of the 20/20 presentations highlighted the problems with the $199 logo shops. In this case, they actually paid them to redesign the AIGA logo and in return they received half a dozen or so half-baked solutions.

THE GRAPHIC IMPERATIVE:

An Exhibition of International Posters for Peace, Social Justice and the Environment.

 

See also ::

 

www.massart.edu/

 

www.posterpage.ch/exhib/ex131imp/ex131imp.htm

  

Design Films Presents: Typecast

The Art of the Typographic Title

 

Excerpt: Paris when...

1916 The Vagabond

1936 My Man Godfrey

1936 The Great Ziegfeld

1960 Psycho

1963 Dr. Strangelove

1963 From Russia With Love

1965 What's New Pussycat?

1967 Barbarella

1968 Bullitt

1978 Superman

1980 Altered States

1983 Dead Zone

1991 Delicatessen

1991 Jungle Fever

1996 Ratchet

1996 Island of Dr. Moreau

1998 Office Killer

1998 Sphere

1999 The Spy Who Shagged Me

1999 Thomas Crown Affair

2000 Lost Souls

2000 Fast Fuck

2000 Hollow Man

2002 Panic Room

Ric Grefé gives the opening remarks of the design conference.

I helped Vincent track down David Carson.

I missed the one with the windows start up screen. I love to stick it to the MAC people.

One of the MIT Media Lab projects: the IO Brush has a small camera and light in the bristles that "samples" a paint selection for you to use on the digital canvas.

Caleb is a Univ of Houston senior, and he was our intern last summer. My camera was acting up and it took about 10 tries to get this photo. Caleb was very patient!

The conference sketch artist, positioned above the stage (top right of this photo) who sketched memorable moments from the entire conference.

Lella and Massimo Vignelli gave, quite possibly, the worst presentation I've ever seen. Neither looked up from the podium or varied from a monotone delivery, and she looked as though she might fall asleep during his speech. It was so bad, that I honestly can't remember a word of what they said.

The conference sketch artist, positioned above the stage (top right of this photo) who sketched memorable moments from the entire conference.

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