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Piet Zwart’s Black Limo Days Are Over…

Localize, question, open up and design. Lecture for AIGA Future History 3 Conference Chicago 2009. Meghan Ferrill, Gerard Hadders, Ewan Lentjes. With student wordk from the Post St. Joost, Breda, Netherlands and UIC, Chicago, USA. Lecture on the acquisition of new positions by contemporary designers and design education.

Piet Zwart’s Black Limo Days Are

Piet Zwart’s Black Limo Days Are Over… Localize, Question, Open Up and Design. 2 Concise Lectures with 1 Presentation in the middle.., call it a sandwich. Ferrill/Hadders/Lentjes

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    Counterpoint is a process that atte

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    The workshop opened with introducti

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    The day before the workshop began,

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    So, on a day when Chicago temperatu

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    From the database, students ‘reco

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    chewing tin foil - walking barefoot

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    Grits - callous - bitter melon. Dea

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    Based on visible clues - clothing,

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    Students construct their visual ess

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    We are not trying to create poets h

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    We turn one final time, in this wor

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    Like the visual essay, the ‘comfo

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    ay 4 with a final presentation. The

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    s graphic identity competition.

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    The director would remain in the ca

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    Classical patronage between CEO’s

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    All these different qualities have

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    Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam= contemp

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    This resulted in a complex brief do

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    Graphic design must bring order but

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    What is a visual essay Hugues Boekr

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    The second collection consists of t

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    The second collection consists of t

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    The 3rd visual document is a visual

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    The participating designers were: P

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    Incessantly, in this whiteness, the

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    Stedelijk Moderne Panache Stedelijk

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    kleur vorm schaal

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    Mevis & Van Deursen searches for an

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    Some thoughts about the identity of

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    Grid Grid in Annual Program Annual

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    Pierre DiSciullo brings his anomato

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    typography, family and research “

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    on the top of the hill willow moves

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    a sign linked to the architecture

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    In the current practice of design a

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