To help these vulnerable community members through this crisis, Beinfield Architect and Food Rescue have launched SONO COOKS in partnership with several community partners (see the full list).
SoNo is home to many food insecure individuals and families, struggling daily to get food on their plates.
Due to COVID-19, the rate of food insecure individuals and families is rising.
SoNo is also home to many locally owned restaurants whose businesses are fragile in the best of times, and whose survival is currently threatened.
SONO COOKS, with your support, will work with Food Rescue US and several local restaurants to get healthy, ready-to-eat meals delivered to those in our community who are food insecure during this battle with COVID-19.
All donations are tax-deductible and will fund the purchase of meals from our local restaurants that will be delivered by Food Rescue US. Click the logo above or any of the SONO COOKS to donate now.
SONO SPACES Our 23 South Main Street location — ideal for professionals in start-up mode, design, interactive, marketing, advertising, technology, and education. 5,000 sq. ft. of mixed use that includes private offices, resident 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 email@example.com
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.
2 dates — June 19, 2020 (7pm Friday evening) and June 20, 2020 (10am Saturday)
Join our fun, friendly workshop. Whether you are a complete beginner or seasoned journal collector/maker.
We will introduce you to all the basics and cover working techniques including punching, debossing, and round cornering. We use recycled Italian leather covers, and for our interior pages. Mohawk 100% Post Consumer Waste recycled paper made with wind power.
At the end of the workshop you will leave with a minimum of three handcrafted journals
Reserve your spot starting at $49. Tickets with be available June, 1, 2020.
Rolling Stone magazine is at a turning point in its history. This conference celebrates its contributions to the worlds of typography, publication design, photography and illustration — and considers the changes ahead for the iconic brand.
Friday, May 25th 9am to 6:30pm
SVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd Street, NYC
The event brings together the people who created a design legacy, from Rolling Stone’s first Art Director to its current one — plus photo editors and photographers who’ve immortalized a whole culture.
If you are interested in design, photography, typography, or rock and roll — you’ll want to be there. We’ll take stock of the magazine’s visual record as it embarks on its next 50 years — and a new partnership with Penske Media Corporation.
Five Rolling Stone Art Directors will present including John Williams, the first Art Director, who launched the magazine's classic typography in 1967, in a dramatic move away from the underground style of the time. Other presenters include famous RS alumni like Chris Austopchuk, Lloyd Ziff, and the influential photo editor, Laurie Kratochvil.
The 15 speakers will tell great stories and show amazing covers and layout. And also explain what they learned, and how they apply the knowledge to contemporary design and typography.
The conference is being organized by TYPE Magazine and its editor, Roger Black. Roger helped organize the precedent-setting Type 1987 conference for TDC, as well as ATypI, Type 90, and the first Typographics conference in 2015.
The Art of Rolling Stone is going to be in the same league. Full details on the TYPE magazine site. You'll want to be there.
— we created a special Type Drives Culture Journal
utilizing new technology (LiquidFoil
and Dimensional UV
) direct imaging thanks to Jeff and Tracy Cole C&T Print Finishing
All attendees received one in their gift bag. For details and purchase, it's featured on the tdc.org/shop
Type Drives Cuture — Friday, March 23rd @ 9:00am –7:30pm Details/typedrivesculture.org
The TypeDirectors Club celebrates and amplifies the undeniable power of typography. We are a global community of experts and enthusiasts who are united by the shared belief that type drives culture. And culture drives type.
The Type Drives Culture conference on March 23 will be a day of presentations about the influence of type on business, music, fashion, politics, and publishing, and vice versa.
The all-day event will feature talks by and conversations with design innovator Milton Glaser, award-winning author/designer Steven Heller, multidisciplinary designer Emily Oberman, and designer Elizabeth Carey Smith. Among the highlights of the program will be Debbie Millman’s interview of TDC Medalist, type designer, Matthew Carter for her popular podcast, Design Matters.
CADC presents —The Sport of Design.
Eric Panke who is a gap-toothed Art Director (and Illustrator) who occasionally dabbles in the copywriting world who brings nearly 20 years of award-winning creative direction, design and art direction to the table. He is presently a Creative Director at Adams & Knight in Avon, CT and has a wealth of experience across every medium and a wide range of industries.
Hailing from the Northern English town of Preston, Neil Jamieson came to the US in 2001 with a sleeping bag, an unpaid internship and a dream to be a magazine art director (although he had no idea what exactly a magazine art director was). His 17 year editorial design journey started shortly after scoring an entry level gig in the bull pen of Sports Illustrated and learned the ropes with some amazing pro's in the hardest working art dept in publishing.
Field & Stream magazine followed 6 years later where he worked on his first redesign, built his first art department and caught his first Marlin (sorta...he was on the boat when it happened).
In 2014 he headed north to Bristol, CT to continue his digital odyssey as Creative Director of digital content at ESPN, and somehow, at some point during all of that, he was lucky enough to serve as President of the Society of Publication Designers.
Location / Date / Time
23 South Main Street, Norwalk, CT 06854
Thursday, March 15, 2018
6:30 pm– 9:30 pm / This event happened.
Gerard Huerta Workshop
Hand Lettering / Illustrated Lettering Forms
Advanced Level / Creative Directors, Art Directors, Designers and Illustrators
PUSH Workshops, in collaboration with SoNo Spaces, is pleased to announce our first workshop featuring Gerard Huerta — The Illustrated Lettering Forms Workshop — an advanced hand lettering course geared toward seasoned Creative Directors, Art Directors, Designers and Illustrators who want to hone their skills and bring more life to creating unique letterforms and wordmarks from concept through final production.
Workshop Fee: $395/This Workshop ended
When / Where
Saturday, February 17th 2018, 9:30am–4:30pm
(Light morning coffee, yogurt, juice, water + snacks) lunch provided, SoNo Restaurant TBD)
SoNo Spaces 23 South Main Street, South Norwalk, CT
The Gerard Huerta Workshop Details
Hand Lettering is a unique expression — taking an identity or wordmarks beyond visual typography or a typeface that might be modified. The workshop will focus on further developing a wordmark or lettering piece — initially started ahead of time by each student. More...
Past Events: 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, CT
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.
The “The Process is the Inspiration” book will be available for sale directly with House Industries + they will be happy to autograph your copy.
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.
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 project creator is Designers & Books. If you have any questions about the Bolted Book offer, you can reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org
DesignerJournals — hand crafted and sustainable + USA made
The Gold sKwirl Recycled Italian Leather Collection. Designed by kHyal aka MegaGlam.
by kHyal and Karl Heine // the nexus of our Art, Design and Journalism since 2007 // launched in Miami during Art Basel 2015
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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