We are pleased to report that two prints from the on-going Rebus Quotes and Other Typographic Explorations project (“This Land is Your Land” and “Bird in Hand”) were each awarded a Certificate of Excellence in the 2018 American Graphic Design Awards Design Competition by GD USA Magazine. Continue Reading Post

The exhibition, Not Just Eye Candy, Design Work by Frank Baseman, opened at Recitation Gallery at the University of Delaware with a lecture and reception at the beginning of September, just in time for the start of the academic year. Both events were very well-attended, and the exhibition continued on display for the month of September. Continue Reading Post

BDA Creative Director and Principal and Professor of Graphic Design Communication Frank Baseman was invited to give the keynote address at the AIGA Philadelphia Feedback XX event. Feedback is a portfolio review for graduating seniors (an opportunity for students to receive “feedback” on their portfolios from professionals working in the field). Continue Reading Post

New Impressions 2018

March, 2018

We are completely humbled and deeply honored (seriously thrilled) to be included in the upcoming exhibition, New Impressions 2018 produced by the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum of Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Continue Reading Post

It Never Gets Old

January, 2018

The first piece I ever had published in my career was an Amnesty International poster that I produced in a silkscreen poster workshop during my graduate school days at Tyler School of Art. The silkscreen poster workshop was led by one of my mentors, my undergraduate Professor, Lanny Sommese.Continue Reading Post

We are so thrilled to report that the “To Be Or Not To Be” print (from the Rebus Quotes and Other Typographic Explorations project) was awarded a Certificate of Excellence in the 2017 American Graphic Design Awards Design Competition by GD USA Magazine. Continue Reading Post

The Rebus Quotes and Other Typographic Explorations Exhibition opened at the Rouse Gallery of the Stuckeman School at Penn State University. Admittedly, I was nervous, humbled, and thrilled all at the same time to present my first “real” solo exhibition in thirty-four years—ever since graduate school. Continue Reading Post

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