Appointment Times:4:00 Daisy Farrell4:15 Jessica Pavone4:30 Garrett O’Brochta4:45 Ryan Selvy5:00 Katherine Ordonez5:15 Raina Huang5:30 Jennifer Byun5:45 Yuka Doyama6:00-7 dinner7:00 Alayna Citrin7:15 Sarah Park7:30 Alex Perle7:45 Hannah Johnson8:00 Kyle Bonner8:15 Katie Reynolds8:30 Tyler Turk8:45 Sara CzernikowskiDrop off all 5 of your final projects at 4:00pm this Thursday, May 3rd regardless of what time your appointment is. Please put it in a portfolio or box.pick it up anytime after 8:00pm from the 3rd floor Brown Mail area. You have until 4pm Monday, May 9th to take your work out of the mail area or it will be left at the mercy of MICA facilities (aka the trash after Monday evening).The five projects you need to bring: Found Alphabet, Animals Squared, Gig Posters, Time Machine Ads, Twitter Type Book
From small stories on post-its
to having fun on the screen in 2 hours!
In 2010 designer Anne Ulku, and writer Van Horgen, created Six Word Story Every Day(SWSED), a daily storytelling exploration through language and typography. It was inspired by the work Ernest Hemingway regarded as his greatest: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
In 2011, Anne accepted and curated submissions from writers and designers all over the world who created their very own six word stories.
What a tangled web we weave.
Writer: Sir Walter Scott
Designer: Dave Yurkanin
Noisy yes!, yet crazy and magnificent.
Writer/Designer: Craig Wills
See LOTS more examples over at http://sixwordstoryeveryday.com/
Download the class handout on accordion books. Thanks, Kelcey!
Homework: Finish remaining 6 sprints.
- Bring all of your sprints (15 squares or more!) printed as thumbnails in full color
- 4 to a page
- **each sprint is min size: 3.5”x3.5”
- Cut and trim all
**you may choose to go bigger, but make sure all sprints are exactly the same size when trimmed out.
We will be helping everyone choose their best 5 sprints and the order they’ll be presented in the accordion book.
Twitter Typography, a set on Flickr.Twitter Typography Books from intro to gd, spring 2011
Monday April 16, 2012
Maryland Institute College of Art :: Baltimore, MD
Falvey Hall :: 7:00 PM
Presented by the MICA Graphic Design Department
Both events are free and open to the public and will be followed with a Q&A and Lettering & Typebook signing.