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Quote of Note | Emmanuelle Alt

Thu, 10/09/2014 - 10:10

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“This story [for the June/July 2014 issue of Vogue Paris] began with Inez [van Lamsweerde] and me exchanging images by e-mail. Sometimes it comes from almost nothing; it might just be a color. When you’re shooting in the sun—you know that strong blue sky in St. Barths—you need a contrast. So I might say, ‘What do you think about red and white?’ And Inez is like, ‘Oh, yeah, sure!’ I’ll send a picture of a red shoe and a René Gruau illustration, which is full of red, and just a silhouette or a little sketch. It’s not always photographs—often it’s a painting or a frame-grab from a YouTube film. Very quickly, we’ll start to build up an image of a woman, and then we can discuss the casting. Some photographers will keep changing their casting or think they need a stronger idea. But Inez isn’t someone who hesitates. It’s like three phone calls and everything is booked.”

-Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt in an interview with Penny Martin, editor of The Gentlewoman, that appears in the latest, fashion-themed issue of Aperture

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Design Jobs: Country Living, Adfero Group, Guerrero Howe Custom Media

Wed, 10/08/2014 - 18:30

This week, Country Living is hiring an assistant photo editor, while Adfero Group needs an art director. Guerrero Howe Custom Media is seeking a graphic designer, and Harvard Business Publishing is on the hunt for a graphic designer. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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Assistant Photo Editor Country Living (Birmingham, AL) Art Director Adfero Group (Washington, DC) Graphic Designer Howe Custom Media (Chicago, IL) Graphic Designer Harvard Business Publishing (Watertown, MA) Digital Imaging Assistant – Temporary Niche Media Holdings (New York, NY)

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Visionaire Teams with John Baldessari, Samsung for ‘Celebrity Selfie’ Art Issue

Tue, 10/07/2014 - 13:34

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blue visionaire“I’ll probably be most remembered for putting dots over people’s faces, so its funny to do an issue devoted to the selfies of famous people,” says John Baldessari, who has applied his signature “color interventions” to a suite of celebrity self-portraits for the latest issue of Visionaire. The sixty-fourth incarnation of the shape-shifting publication, creating in partnership with Samsung, is now available in three editions—Red, Green, and Blue—each with a distinct set of portraits tucked in a canvas-clad portfolio that folds out to become a display case. After meeting with Baldessari in his Venice Beach studio, Visionaire founders Cecilia Dean and James Kaliardos recruited the likes of Dustin Hoffman, Cameron Diaz, Miley Cyrus, Marina Abramovic, KAWS, Bill Cunningham, and Gisele Bündchen to contribute self-portraits that were printed in black and white and then altered with embossed shapes and colors created by Baldessari. The resulting images range from the exotic (as when a turbaned Lupita Nyong’o gains a second chapeau in a floating, noseless face) to the serene (the clasped hands of Ed Ruscha, amidst a yellow orb and swoosh of orange). “Now we live in an age of self-celebration and constant surveillance in which nearly everyone carries some form of camera,” notes Dean. “It seems ironic and hilarious that an artist so famous for putting dots over people’s faces would devote an issue to the technology that celebrates face-time.”
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John Galliano Named Creative Director of Maison Martin Margiela

Mon, 10/06/2014 - 13:55

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gallianoRenzo Rosso has a reputation for talking trash, but like any billionaire, he dispenses compliments with military precision. “Who wouldn’t like to work with him?” the mogul said last month of designer John Galliano. “If he ever got back his name, I would be the first to produce his collections.” Fast-forward a few weeks, past Rosso’s firm denials and the Milan spring 2015 collections he enthusiastically appraised from the front row (sometimes beside Kanye West), and it’s official: Galliano is the new creative director of…Maison Martin Margiela.

Rosso’s OTB, which owns Diesel, Viktor&Rolf, and Marni, as well as production and distribution powerhouse Staff International, acquired Margiela in 2002, seven years before the departure of its enigmatic Belgian founder. The Paris-based house has maintained its artsy appeal, both preserving and advancing Margiela’s minimal yet experimental bent, which dabbles in Warholian cult of personality, albeit a collective one, while celebrating sartorial anonymity. Galliano, puckish, chameleon-like, and obsessed with historical and cultural references during his dazzling, scandal-capped tenure at Dior, would seem an ill fit for a house that loves nothing more than sheathing quotidian objects in white cotton, but Rosso sees it differently: “Margiela is ready for a new charismatic creative soul.”

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Nan Goldin, Martin Parr Among 2014 Lucie Award Honorees

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:51

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Nan Goldin, Guido on the dock, Venice (1998)

The Lucies, presented annually to honor statuette-worthy achievements in photography, turn twelve this year, and in the run-up to the glittering November 2 gala at Carnegie Hall (tickets now on sale), the Lucie Foundation has announced the 2014 honorees:

• Lifetime Achievement: Jane Bown
• Achievement in Fine Art: Carrie Mae Weems
• Achievement in Documentary: Martin Parr
• Achievement in Photojournalism: Nick Ut
• Achievement in Portraiture: Nan Goldin
• Visionary Award: Pedro Meyer

Top winners of the 2014 International Photography Awards juried competition will be announced at the gala, as will the winners of the Lucie Foundation’s Support Category Awards, including Print Advertising Campaign of the Year, Fashion Layout of the Year, and Picture Editor of the Year.

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Parsons Adds Industrial Design MFA Program

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:28

(Alessio D' Aniello)Would-be undergraduates aren’t the only ones with innovative new educational opportunities at Parsons The New School for Design. There’s also a new Master of Fine Arts program in the works. Slated to launch in the fall of 2015, Parsons’ full-time Industrial Design MFA is geared to professionals who want to further develop their industrial design practice as well as those who are new to the field. As for the curriculum, developed by Rama Chorpash, expect well-crafted opportunities “to employ advanced making skills and critical inquiry to design products at various scales of production, from low- to high-volume, and from desktop manufacturing to systems involving global supply chains.” Students will cap off their two years of study with a thesis project “that develops innovative or provocative designs carrying forward or challenging industrial design theory and practice.” Excited? The program’s official kickoff will take the form of “Product City: Shortening the Supply Chain,” an October 30 panel discussion featuring Matthew Burnett and Tanya Menendez (founders of Makers Row) and Stephanie Schacht (head of responsible growth at Etsy), with Chorpash and Victoria Hattam (professor of politics at The New School for Social Research) moderating.

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Quote of Note | Johnny Pigozzi

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 05:00

pigozzi“Have you ever had the Heimlich maneuver? I’ve had it many times….Last time I was in London, about a year ago, and I had six mini-hamburgers and then I had a big glass of Coca-Cola and…[makes choking sounds] and a guy came and gave it to me and the thing jumped out of my throat. I said, ‘Where did you learn how to do that?’ He said, ‘I learned it by watching an episode of Friends.’”

-JeanJohnnyPigozzi while on a postprandial stroll with Brett Ratner in Budapest in an episode of My Friends Call Me Johnny, his Esquire TV docu-series

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The New School, Parsons Launch Journalism + Design Program

Thu, 10/02/2014 - 15:04

logo_horiz_sm2-300x46The goal? “To build a community of students and practitioners dedicated to building a future for journalism that isn’t dictated by corporate PR, wealthy individuals, or government spin.” The means? An interdisciplinary undergraduate degree program at The New School in Manhattan that merges design thinking with traditional journalistic principles. The catalyst? A $250,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation that will fund the pilot initiative along with a journalist-in-residence program to bring in practitioners and thought leaders as well as social media editors, technologists, and data reporters. “The Journalism + Design program recognizes the critical and growing role design plays in the creation, consumption and experience of media,” said Joel Towers, executive dean of Parsons The New School for Design, in a statement issued recently by the Knight Foundation. “It creates an exciting new space to explore emergent methods and channels for relaying information that will transform the media industry of the 21st century.”

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The Business Card of Dorian Gray

Wed, 10/01/2014 - 14:23

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www.robwilsonphotography.co.ukOur papergoods-obsessed friends at Moo.com are taking a walk on the Wilde side, conjuring the business card of Dorian Gray—actually, it’s a pair: one for his Victorian gentlemanly side (at right) and another for his libertine persona (above). The debauched Englishman is joined by other duplicitous characters, including Dr. Jekyll (a.k.a. Mr. Hyde), Bruce Wayne (a.k.a. Batman), and Selina Kyle (a.k.a. Catwoman) in a cheeky set that launches Moo’s line of square business cards, “created to help people to standout and showcase their creative passions, which are often separate from their daytime jobs.” The cards’ distinct shapes ensure that Superman, who is either too cool for eyeglasses or able to put on contacts incredibly fast while confined in a phone booth, won’t mistakenly hand out a Clark Kent card and blow his capeless cover.

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Design Jobs: Birchbox, Federated Media, Flocabulary

Tue, 09/30/2014 - 18:30

This week, Birchbox is hiring a photo editor, while Federated Media needs a graphic designer. Flocabulary is seeking an associate art director, and Purch is on the hunt for a web producer/designer. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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Photo Editor Birchbox (New York, NY) Graphic Designer Federated Media (New York, NY) Associate Art Director Flocabulary (Brooklyn, NY) Web Producer/Designer Purch (New York, NY) Creative Director The Boeing Company (Huntington Beach, CA)

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Watch: The Essential Jony Ive Supercut

Tue, 09/30/2014 - 11:29

Earlier this month, amidst news of Apple’s Newsonian hire and breathless anticipation of streamlined, possibly wearable gizmos to come, Rob Walker had but one Cupertino-themed wish: “I didn’t want to guess what the company would release. New iPhone, iWatch, iEggBeater, who cares?” wrote the journalist in a Yahoo Tech column. “I just wanted Jony Ive—Apple’s staid, British design honcho—to tell me how amazingly magical it is.” He soon got his wish, as Ive waxed poetic about the “completely singular” Apple Watch in a launch video. And so Walker kept right on wishing, this time in the form of a tweet:

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Once again, the universe has answered, this time in the form of a video (below) created by the Dublin-based creative crew at Army of Id (“Saving the world one frame at a time”). “[It's] a short, supercut-style compilation of fourteen years of Jony Ive earnestly telling us the latest Apple iThing is ‘simple,’ ‘smaller,’ ‘intuitive,’ ‘powerful,’ over and over, in a series of v-neck Ts,” Walker tells us. “I wonder if there is another designer who could inspire such a thing?”

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Quote of Note | David Hockney

Tue, 09/30/2014 - 11:20

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A still from Big Business, a 1929 silent Laurel and Hardy comedy.

“Hollywood is here because of the strong light. I noticed that in early Laurel and Hardy movies—especially the one where they’re selling Christmas trees and they’ve got overcoats on—they had very, very strong shadows on the pavement. I knew even when I saw this when I was eight years old, that you don’t get that in Bradford [the British city of the artit's birth]. You don’t get much sun in Bradford. I knew California was a sunny place with good light. And it is. It’s ten times brighter than in England.” —David Hockney

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Wanted: Bookish Designer for Poised Promotions

Tue, 09/30/2014 - 05:24

cambridge.jpgWant to be the only designer on your block employed by a company founded by a 1534 royal charter? Well, here’s your ticket to legitimately name dropping Henry VIII at parties and more review copies than are prudent for an urban dweller. The New York City office of Cambridge University Press is searching for a senior designer to work his or her creative magic on promoting some of the around 1,200 new books it produces each year (and that’s not even counting its historic Bibles list!). The ideal candidate, who will will lead brainstorming, concept development, and design of integrated marketing campaigns for the English Language Teaching group, has advanced understanding of branding, typography, and grids/visual systems and is a pro on InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.

Learn more about and apply for this Marketing and Design Associate, Cambridge University Press job or view all the current mediabistro.com design/art/photo jobs.

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At NYC’s French Embassy, New Bookstore Celebrates ‘La Joie des Livres’

Mon, 09/29/2014 - 11:30

Starbucks is a pauvre excuse for a reading room. Writer Nancy Lazarus visits a splendid new place to curl up with a good livre.

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albertine exteriorThe replica of Michelangelo‘s Young Archer in the entry rotunda of the French Embassy in New York is about to attract a bookish new cohort of admirers: visitors to Albertine, a bookstore, reading room, and event space that opened Saturday in the Stanford White-designed Beaux Arts mansion. It’s located a few blocks south of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where the original Young Archer has resided (on loan through 2019), after it was moved from the embassy five years ago.

“The goal for Albertine was to open the space to the public and make French culture more accessible to Americans,” said Antonin Baudry, the French Embassy’s cultural counselor and creator of the project, during a recent interview. Visitors will mingle with authors and browse a selection of 14,000 contemporary and classic books from 30 French-speaking countries. Most are English translations, with some titles in French. “We also plan to host two events per week, so it will be a lively place,” he added.

“Albertine will be unique and not have an institutional look,” Baudry said. The space originally served as a grand private library, the same goal as for the redesign. “The spirit of the place was already here,” he noted. “We selected French designer Jacques Garcia since he can manipulate classical forms with contemporary ambience, to give the place its original charm and purpose.” Atelier Premiere, a Brooklyn-based firm of French craftsmen, painted and detailed both floors.
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Louise Sandhaus on Graphic Design, California Style

Fri, 09/26/2014 - 13:41

earthquakesTo understand the shape-shifting nature of the California design scene, look no further than earthquakes, mudslides, fires, and riots. These natural and manmade disasters endemic to the Left Coast provide the cataclysmic title of a forthcoming book by Louise Sandhaus. The designer and CalArts faculty member focuses on five decades—1936 to 1986—that span Alvin Lustig to Deborah Sussman, from Saul Bass‘s mod film titles to Atari video games, with pit stops at Disneyland propaganda posters, Alexander Girardiana, and Early animated abstractions for Robert Abel and Richard Taylor‘s bubbly 7-Up ad of the 1970s. CalArts students are picking up where the book leaves off by identifying, researching, and documenting neglected designers in “Making History,” a course that Sandhaus is currently teaching. Their findings will be compiled in a new website dedicated to California design history. “Earthquakes is a conversation starter,” says Sandhaus. “I want to inspire others to add to the history of California design. There’s a lot of ‘wow’ work and makers that are going to end up in the dustbin of history if documentation doesn’t happen.”

Earthquakes, Mudslides, Fires, & Riots: California and Graphic Design, 1936-1986 is out November 30 from Metropolis Books.
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Saturday is Smithsonian’s Museum Day Live!

Thu, 09/25/2014 - 12:22

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Whether you’re in Manhattan or Muncie, this Saturday, September 27, is Museum Day Live! The annual event hosted by Smithsonian magazine will see participating museums across the country open their doors to anyone presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket, which are available at no charge here. Choose your participating venue wisely: one free ticket admits two and includes a free year-long subscription to the digital edition of Smithsonian.

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Quote of Note | Daniel Libeskind

Thu, 09/25/2014 - 10:02

Daniel_Libeskind“People used to say, ‘Why don’t you design products also,’ and I would say, ‘I am designing buildings, big projects.’ Then one day a company asked me to design a door handle, and I started laughing because it is the smallest object. But I kept thinking about it and suddenly I had a revelation—why not? I mean, it is something that is part of everyday life. So I said, ‘Sure I’ll design the door handle.’ And I did, and I thought that was it. Then months later I was asked to design a door. And I had this other revelation—first I had the door handle, then a door, then you have to open the door. Then suddenly I realized what an incredible thing I had come across, something that I had never thought about. And that’s how I began designing all type of objects. Large or small, all the things that have to do with design are things we have to use everyday. From there grows the whole idea of the environment. I was lucky to come across these opportunities. And like Frank Lloyd Wright said, ‘To design a chair it is as difficult as to design a city.’”

-Architect Daniel Libeskind

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TOMS to Collaborate with Target

Wed, 09/24/2014 - 15:47

toms for targetIn a stroke of good fortune for design-minded gift givers with a charitable bent, Target is linking up with TOMS for a holiday collection of home goods, apparel, and accessories for women, men, and children. All items, from a scented candle and wool blanket to a denim jacket and, of course, classic slip-ons, will be under $50 each. Los Angeles-based TOMS, a past winner of the Cooper Hewitt People’s Design Award, is adapting its buy-one-give-one model for the Minneapolis mega-retailer: for each item purchased from the collection, Target is donating a blanket, meals, or shoes in partnership with TOMS and American Red Cross Disaster Relief, Canadian Red Cross Disaster Relief, Feeding America, and Food Banks Canada. Target estimates that “TOMS for Target” has the potential to provide more than 11 million meals, blankets, and shoes to those in need. The collection is set to launch on November 16 at all Target stores in the U.S. and Canada, as well as Target.com.

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Wadsworth Atheneum Receives $750K for Reinstallation of Collections

Wed, 09/24/2014 - 15:34

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Did you know that the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, Connecticut is the oldest public art museum in the United States? Now you do. The 172-year-old institution, now in the final stages of a five-year, $33 million renovation, announced today that it has received a combined $750,000 from the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving (HFPG) to fund the comprehensive reinstallation of its collections and to continue related programming aimed at community engagement.

The NEH awarded the Wadsworth Atheneum $400,000 for “the creation of an interdisciplinary gallery with interactive technology” to introduce visitors to the Cabinet of Art and Curiosities: an exhibition of remarkable 17th-century objects, many of them collected by J. Pierpont “Remarkable Objects” Morgan, combined with natural history specimens and other rarities. The space will be part of the reinstallation of European artworks in the restored Morgan Memorial building, slated to open in September 2015. The HFPG grant of $325,000 will fund community engagement initiatives over the next three years through the museum’s “Beyond the Walls/Behind the Scenes” program.

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Design Jobs: Montclair State University, Digiday, Landor

Tue, 09/23/2014 - 18:30

This week, Montclair State University is hiring a graphic designer, while Digiday needs a design director. Landor is seeking a senior designer, and Life Time Fitness is on the hunt for a graphic designer. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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Graphic Designer Montclair State University (Montclair, NJ) Design Director Digiday (New York, NY) Senior Designer Landor (San Francisco, CA) Graphic Designer Life Time Fitness (Saint Paul, MN) Creative Director The Boeing Company (Huntington Beach, CA)

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