One or more techniques created off the computer can be scanned to change the look of cookie cutter work. No one can replicate the hand skills of another, so if you include hand skills in your work, it will always be unique.
--We'll look at the work of a few high profile designers who are using basic materials (pen, pencil, chalk, etc) along with computers to achieve that customized look.
--We'll talk about a few hand techniques that you can easily do to customize your work.
--We'll demo stencil cut silk screen in workshop format, meaning you'll do it with us, and leave with a piece that is uniquely yours.
--Materials needed are listed in the session description.
407 Broome St #5A
New York, NY
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Genevieve has taught typography, portfolio, and editorial design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City for over twenty years. Many of her students have gone on to high profile careers in graphic design, including Pentagram, BBDO, Mother New York, R/GA, HUGE, Razorfish, Sapient Nitro, HBO, Comedy Central, Nikelodeon, MTV Networks, The New York Times, and Conde Naste (just to name a few). She is also the creative director and owner of Six Sisters Design, LLC, a multi-disciplinary design firm with clients such as Girl Scouts of the USA and Princeton University.
Genevieve's personal career includes over 20 years of experience as an art director, including publications such as The New York Times, Time magazine, Rolling Stone, and the Boston Globe, among others. Her professional awards are numerous: most recently she won a Silver Clio award in 2012 for the SVA yearbook.