Art's Whatever You Choose To Frame

I teach photography and graphic design to high school students. This is a place for my online inspiration to land!

typeworship:

A for Art

A logo for the Philadelphia Museum of Art has has been designed by Pentagram’s Paula Scher.

Aiming to put ‘art’ front and centre, it features a flexible initial A that can customised to show off the museum’s collection of 227,000 items. The Museum’s typeface Avenir is customized for the new configuration.

The identity overhaul coincides with the unveiling of plans for a renewal and expansion of the Museum by architect Frank Gehry.

(Source: new.pentagram.com, via sheasmith)

Setting up my new studio space. Had to drive 10 hours to get the press, but it was so worth it.

Setting up my new studio space. Had to drive 10 hours to get the press, but it was so worth it.

emilyvalenza:

designcloud:

Principles of Design Poster by Efil Türk.

The turkey based designer named Efil has crafted a beautiful series of poster showing the principles of design only using paper. Cutting pieces of paper, juxtaposing the pieces, pasting geometrical shapes and using simple typography is the formula of this beautiful series. She mention that you can actually buy them.

these are such well done art pieces on their own. funny, how art ed visuals are usually not that beautiful… i’d proudly hang these on my wall. 

(via drawing-interrupted)

Great way to start the morning of my  fifth year teaching, drinking tea and looking through a well designed book.

Great way to start the morning of my fifth year teaching, drinking tea and looking through a well designed book.

Framed and ready to hang.

Framed and ready to hang.

Just some note cards I made.

jay-the-fox:

A reminder from John Horn, letterpress boot camp is going great! #shootingstarpress #penland (at Penland School of Crafts)

jay-the-fox:

A reminder from John Horn, letterpress boot camp is going great! #shootingstarpress #penland (at Penland School of Crafts)

Crazy fun lockup

Crazy fun lockup