Creative Briefs #028: Andrew Blauvelt

Our hosts interview designer & curator Andrew Blauvelt. Recorded on 06/01/2013.

Andrew’s Links:
Walker Art Center
The Gradient – Walker Art Center Design Blog

Things We Mentioned:

  • D-Crit (SVA MFA in Design Criticism) Identity Materials — The Gradient — Walker Art Center
  • Postcards from America — designed by Emmet Byrne, Design Director, and Michael Aberman, former Design Fellow — Walker Art Center
  • Art & Leisure, catalogue for solo show, by Dante Carlos, Senior Graphic Designer at Walker Art Center
  • Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties — This is the largest exhibition to date to focus on the early work of one of Pop’s most widely admired artists. Bringing together nearly 300 pieces from collections around the world, Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties showcases a broad range of the artist’s sculptures—including prized works from the Walker Art Center’s collection.
  • The Walker Art Center Channel
  • Broadcast your hangout to the world for free - Google+
  • Adobe Connect for Web Meetings
  • Google+ Hangouts
  • AIGA, the professional association for design, is committed to advancing design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force.
  • Cranbrook Academy of Art, known as the cradle of American modernism, continues to have a significant impact on the world of art, architecture, and design completely disproportionate to its size.
  • Elliott Earls is Artist-in-Residence and head of the Graduate Graphic Design Department at Cranbrook Academy of Art.
  • College of Visual Arts in St. Paul sunk by recession
  • 2D Department Philosophy by Cranbrook Academy of Art. Elliott Earls gives a very brief description of the Cranbrook Academy of Art 2D Department Philosophy
  • University of Minnesota, Shcool of Architecture
  • Walker Expanded
  • Walker Expanded
  • Walker Expanded
  • Walker Expanded
  • This is Walker Expanded, a graphic identity that functions as a typeface but instead of bold and italic fonts is grouped into related words, or vocabularies, and repeating patterns; it sets lines of words and textures that, like a roll of tape, can be applied to virtually anything—from printed matter and Web sites to merchandise or even architecture.
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By aigapittsburgh
Published July 31, 2013
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