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

The Lancaster Letterpress Fair is a relatively newish event, only in it’s fifth year. As can be expected, the first couple Fairs were modest events attracting just a few die-hard letterpress aficionados (having said this, I did attend the Fair last year; saw some familiar faces, and I even made arrangements to buy my very first press, a 5” x 8” Kelsey Excelsior, but I digress…). This year the Fair took a giant leap forward, due in large part to the efforts of Craig Welsh and his merry band of pranksters at Go Welsh! Continue Reading Post

I have been a patron of the Free Library of Philadelphia Central Library branch for many, many years. More specifically, the Print and Picture Collection, which as the name suggests, houses an amazing collection of images, and it’s just a treasure trove of research possibilities. Continue Reading Post

“WOW!” That’s about all’s I can say is: “WOW!” To wake up and see your name on the hugely popular blog, “The Daily Heller”—well, it hardly gets better than that. For those in the know, the Daily Heller needs no explanation; to those not in the know, Steven Heller is the most prolific author and critic within the Graphic Design industry. Continue Reading Post

As part of his sabbatical project, “Rebus Quotes and Other Typographic Explorations,” BDA Principal and Professor of Graphic Design Communication, Frank Baseman, was fortunate to serve as an Artist in Residence at Raven Press in the Department of Art and Design at the University of Delaware, Newark, DE. Continue Reading Post

With over 100 years of history to draw from, AIGA, the professional association for design, has been around for quite some time. Founded in 1914 in New York City as the American Institute of Graphic Arts, AIGA now has more than 25,000 members nationwide from more than 70 local chapters. Continue Reading Post

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