1. SU DESIGN SYMPOSIUM: Julia Koerner 

    Special thanks to Julia for an amazing talk! Loved the process and insight into her work in architecture, industrial design and how that evolved into a collaboration in fashion design.

    The third image is a lighting design with legendary industrial designer Ross Lovegrove.

    The fashion images are the 3D printed garments for the collab with haute couture fashion designer, Iris van Herpen.

    Julia is currently at UCLA’s SUPRASTUDIO with Greg Lynn.

    http://www.juliakoerner.com/

    http://www.aud.ucla.edu/programs/m_arch_ii_degree_1.html

    http://www.rosslovegrove.com

  2. SU CMD ALUMNI: Devry Drosky / 2013

    Devry inspired a new tag here. (will be curating others to come)

    While Devry graduated SU CMD before my arrival, I’ve had the pleasure to watch her take on NYC and cultivate an amazing sophistication in her design work … and later in her new passion: food photography.

    This played a large role in her winning a prestigious freelance job for an Etsy X Dossier publication collab. (images above)

    http://thedevryproject.com

    http://devrydrosky.tumblr.com

    https://www.etsy.com

    http://www.dossierjournal.com

  3. New design hero: Dan Cassaro

    Aside from his amazing type work … love his sarcastic email to Showtime about getting free work from A-listers such as himself. (2nd image).

    "Digging your style" too Dan:

    http://youngjerks.com

    http://number34.tumblr.com

  4. A riff on science and chemistry vernacular this week brought British artist Damien Hirst’s Pharmacy series from 1992 to mind:

    http://www.damienhirst.com

  5. Artist Andrew Kuo’s take on infographics:

    The antithesis of the classic model of visualizing real data, Andrew’s work illustrates emotions and subjective content.

    http://kuowork.tumblr.com

    He’s also got a pretty amazing instagram:

    http://instagram.com/earlboykins

  6. #Beautiful:
Sometimes that’s enough. (no big idea!)
Contemporary type by T Mag design team and an all time fave, Paolo Roversi, for fashion photography.
http://www.nytimes.com/pages/t-magazine/
http://www.paoloroversi.com/pages/bio.html

    #Beautiful:

    Sometimes that’s enough. (no big idea!)

    Contemporary type by T Mag design team and an all time fave, Paolo Roversi, for fashion photography.

    http://www.nytimes.com/pages/t-magazine/

    http://www.paoloroversi.com/pages/bio.html

  7. SU DESIGN SYMPOSIUM: Renda Morton / 1 of 2

    Big thanks to Renda for a fascinating digital / NY Times talk this week.

    (Had to put in the Experimental Jetset studio shot)

    Above is some Rumors work and their interactive design exhibit in Montreal.

    http://rumors-studio.com

  8. SU DESIGN SYMPOSIUM: Renda Morton / 2 of 2

    The original 1996 NYT.com, and pics of the redesign.

    (116 templates and 17 platforms!)

    http://www.nytimes.com/redesign/

    http://www.greatmindsdressalike.tumblr.com

  9. Designing the Editorial Experience
By Sue Apfelbaum and Juliette Cezzar.
A must for the resource room:
http://editorialexperience.com

    Designing the Editorial Experience

    By Sue Apfelbaum and Juliette Cezzar.

    A must for the resource room:

    http://editorialexperience.com

  10. Patch vernacular / and type:

    Referenced Anton Ioukhnovets’ Lotus magazine this week for his amazing patch work / art direction.

    http://www.ioukhnovets.com/home.html