Join House Industries for an entertaining walk through through their new book, “The Process is the Inspiration”
(2017, Watson-Guptill/Penguin Random House)
at SoNo Spaces in South Norwalk, Connecticut.

In “The Process is the Inspiration”, House Industries answers the burning question, “Where do you find inspiration?” through an illustrative collection of helpful lessons, stories, and case studies that demonstrate how to transform obsessive curiosity into personally satisfying and successful work. Clink the image above for more details.

Cost: $20 Professional / $15 Industry Member, either CADC or AIGA or Student with I.D.

The “The Process is the Inspiration” book will be available for sale directly with House Industries + they will be happy to autograph your copy.

Purchase you ticket here: House Industries at SoNo Spaces

 

 

 

 


SONO SPACES
— Our 23 South Main Street location —  ideal for professionals in design, interactive, marketing, advertising, technology, education, and start-up mode. 5,000 sq. ft. of mixed use that includes private offices, resident / hot desks, conference rooms + event / workshop space just a half a block from 13 North Main Street HQ. With two locations in the heart of the SoNo Historic District — 7,000 sq. ft. total of unique space.

Find your Ah-Ha moment!
A collaborative nucleus in a vibriant creative community.

For a tour call: 203-838-5555 or email: karl@sonospaces.com

 




AN AFTERNOON WITH THE FILMMAKER

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Producer, Co-Director and writer, Erin Beckloff, will provide insight into the making of the film, her motivation, behind the scene stories, how to handle historical content and how she made it relevant to todays designers and students. She will also have a Q&A session following her film talk.

2:30pm – 3:30pm
Head to the studio and see Erin do what she does best! Erin will be bringing something from her amazing collection of wood type. Everyone attending the afternoon session will be able to pull a print with Erin and have it autographed.

POP UP shop
5:00pm – 6:00pm and 8:00pm – 9:00pm

PRESSING ON FILM SCREENING
6:00pm – 8:00pm

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BookDrive

Recycle Your Inspiration. Give your unwanted books and publications a fresh, new life by donating them to young minds entering the creative industry. Make your spring-cleaning mean something more by sharing career-critical information with design students hungry for continued knowledge.
We will pick up any design-related books or publications you choose to donate. Drop-offs are also welcome at the select locations during regular business hours. Please visit the CADC website for details and your nearest location.
Our BookDrive
initiative — sponsors: FiZz and creativeplacement. All books and publications are distributed at this year's CADC Student Conference.

 

 


The Type Directors Club
celebrates its 70th anniversary with a day-long series of typography talks and an evening reception on Friday, March 10th. It is to be held at the School of Visual Arts Theater, 333 West 23rd Street.
A panel of type luminaries will speak about their careers,
their views on the typographic professions, memories of the Type Directors Club, and the future of type. The day will close with a 6 pm cocktail reception at the SVA Theater.

Speakers will include TDC Medalists Ed Benguiat, Louise Fili, Paula Scher, and Erik Spiekermann, as well as former TDC presidents Allan Haley and Charles Nix.


Twenty-nine Type Directors Club Medals have been awarded in recognition of outstanding contributions to typography. Hermann Zapf won the first in 1967 and Emigre (Zuzana Licko and Rudy VanderLans) was honored with the most recent in 2016.


The Type Directors Club
was formed in 1946 in New York City and is a professional organization dedicated to educating its international membership and the graphic arts and design communities about the value of typography in communication.

Tickets: $50/members, $80/nonmembers ($5.00/reception/member and $20/reception/nonmembers)

Sponsored by: School of Visual Arts and Monotype


 


About Viktor Koen
Viktor Koen holds a BFA from the Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design in Jerusalem, Israel and an MFA with honors from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Mr. Koen serves on the faculty of the MFA Illustration program and the BFA Graphic Design Department at SVA.

About the Project
Bestiary is the product of a long fascination with Greek mythology and early 19th Century photography. Based on a set of mostly hybrid creature descriptions and influenced by religious iconography, myth comes full circle and meets social criticism by molding these monstrous...read more here.

 


Here is a special opportunity for TDC members

WIRED magazine describes The Bolted Book by Fortunato Depero as "one of the world's most iconic design books. Michael Bierut calls it a "totemic thing” for designers.

Published in 1927 in an edition of fewer than 1,000 copies, this book is celebrated for its daring experiments in typography, its innovative ideas about design practice, and its reinvention of the concept of the printed book.

The museum that holds the Depero archives is collaborating on a Kickstarter to publish an exact copy of the book. TDC members are being given the opportunity to receive this special book at a special price. The Kickstarter campaign runs only until December 1. For the special member code — send a request to: director@tdc.org

The Kickstarter project creator is Designers & Books. If you have any questions about the Bolted Book offer, you can reach them at info@designersandbooks.com

 

 



DesignerJournals — hand crafted and sustainable + USA made
The Gold sKwirl Recycled Italian Leather Collection. Designed by kHyal aka MegaGlam.

 

 


Section Magazine
by kHyal and Karl Heine // the nexus of our Art, Design and Journalism since 2007 // launched in Miami during Art Basel 2015

 

 

 


PUSH TO RESTART

PUSH presents a new series of workshops geared at sharping your skills in Illustrator, Hand Lettering, 3D Modeling, Photoshop, InDesign and Keynote. These workshops will start in the spring — South Norwalk and some in SoHo. Early reigistration will be announced. Click the For general information call: 646-580-7758.



San Francisco was a blast! at HOW DESIGN LIVE. Amazing inspirational speakers and innovative exhibitors!

Thanks to megaglam for designing characters and adding character to everything!!!




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PUSH Workshops, is an ongoing series of handcrafted workshops, salons and events developed to inspire, educate and inform creative professionals, students and educators dedicated to the field of communication design. Our first annual 2011 Block Island Design Camp was a great time! Check out our photos!

For more information call 646-580-7758 or email.





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fiZz Agency LLC develops effervescent creative strategies for branding and technology projects large and small. fiZz delivers supreme results in branding, interactive, website development, marketing communications and public relations. Website: getfizz.com

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AN AFTERNOON WITH THE FILMMAKER

1:00pm – 2:00pm
/ Producer, Co-Director and writer, Erin Beckloff, will provide insight into the making of the film, her motivation, behind the scene stories, how to handle historical content and how she made it relevant to todays designers and students. She will also have a Q&A session following her film talk.

2:30pm – 3:30pm / Head to the studio and see Erin do what she does best! Erin will be bringing something from her amazing collection of wood type. Everyone attending the afternoon session will be able to pull a print with Erin and have it autographed.

POP UP shop / 5:00pm – 6:00pm and 8:00pm – 9:00pm / PRESSING ON FILM SCREENING / 6:00pm – 8:00pm

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PUSH, is an ongoing series of handcrafted workshops, salons and events developed to inspire, educate and inform creative professionals, students and educators dedicated to the field of communication design. pushworkshops.com
Our prior salon series pushed the educational model on topics from high level digital illustration/old school ideology in Pencil to Pixel with Gerard Huerta, High Rez Emotion with Juliano Barrotti, The Art of Presentation featuring Stuart Einhorn of PortfolioBox, Flash Hero featuring Noble Desktop, and I'm an Awesome Acrobat presented by E Fitz Smith. For all the details go to pushworkshops.com Pushworkshops, salons and events. For more information call 203-838-5555.



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For over 25 years, creativeplacement has placed top fulltime and freelance talent in A+ agencies, corporations and design firms. In recent years we've expanded our services to keep top talent on top, with a line of offerings from resume review and writing; to portfolio consultation and development; and career coaching.

Our staff is comprised of committed practicing design professionals with up-to-date skills and a passion for education and training opportunities with inspirational workshops through our own PUSH workshops initiative. The most important upgrade you can make this year isn't to the latest version of your favorite software, it's to yourself.

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