Professor Stucker designs poster for eminent philosopher and visiting lecturer, Richard Shusterman

Dr. Allie Terry-Fritsch and the BGSU Art History Program will wel­come emi­nent philoso­pher, Professor Richard Shusterman, on Bowling Green’s cam­pus on January 31, 2011 at 7pm in room 206 of the Bowen-Thompson Student Union. Professor Shusterman is cur­rently Dorothy F. Schmidt Eminent Scholar Chair in the Humanities and Director for the Center of Body, Mind, and Culture in the College of Arts and Letters at Florida Atlantic University. 2012 marks the 20th anniver­sary of Shusterman’s… Read more »

Font Aid V Made For Japan Features Todd Childers’ Dingbat Characters

In March of 2011, the Society of Typographic Aficionados began orga­niz­ing a col­lab­o­ra­tive project which would unite the typo­graphic and design com­mu­ni­ties. The goal of Font Aid V: Made For Japan was to raise funds to expe­dite relief efforts after the dev­as­tat­ing earth­quake and tsunami in Japan. Three typo­graphic illus­tra­tive char­ac­ters designed by BGSU Graphic Design Associate Professor Todd… Read more »

Fansler (’09) continues successful career at Origo Branding Company

BGSUGD is proud to announce that Nicole Fansler (’09) has been hired as a Graphic Designer at Origo Branding Company (Columbus, Ohio). She was pre­vi­ously lead designer at Davis College (Toledo, Ohio). If you’re not famil­iar with her mad design skills, be sure to check out her per­sonal site port­fo­lio—Origo is one lucky firm. Read Origo’s… Read more »

BGSUGD Participates in “Inauguration Week” Student Research Symposium

[portfolio_slideshow] As part of “Inauguration Week” for newly incom­ing BGSU President Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, the University hosted a Student Research Symposium on Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 in the McFall Gallery, to empha­size the impor­tance of research on cam­pus. Of the 41 under­grad­u­ate and grad­u­ate posters accepted, two were from BGSUGD majors: Morgan Swedberg (’12) for her AIGA Toledo / BGSUGD Student Portfolio Review Day poster and col­lat­eral… Read more »

SWEAT 2011 Workshop a Great Success

[portfolio_slideshow] Having con­cluded its fifth year (!), SWEAT was cre­ated to give design­ers and design stu­dents the oppor­tu­nity to col­lab­o­rate, cre­ate com­pelling, poignant work and engage in some sum­mer fun. And as with all good, hard work, SWEAT is required. Co-founded, coordinated and taught by BGSUGD fac­ulty mem­bers, Lecturer Amy Fidler and Assistant Professor Jenn Stucker, dur­ing the sum­mer work­shop, the group is intro­duced to an over­all design objec­tive where cre­ative col­lab­o­ra­tion deter­mines… Read more »