Three Design Students Will Win a Chance to Interview Stefan Sagmeister Live in His Studio on February 6
Submit the questions you’d ask online to be considered by January 27, and we’ll choose the three interviewers
Here’s how you can apply to be one of the three students who will interview Stefan Sagmeister in New York City on Thursday, February 6:
You can tweet sample questions through Monday, January 27 at 9:00 AM (EST) that you would ask Stefan about his design practice, his book, or life in his New York design studio to this hashtag:#sagmeisterbook (it is important for you to use this hashtag). We will then choose three design students based on the thoughtfulness of the sample questions sent in and announce the winners on Tuesday January 28. You must be able to attend the signing on February 6.
Other news: Anyone purchasing a copy of Stefan Sagmeister’s updated edition of Things I have learned in my life so far will receive one of two free temporary tattoos—courtesy of Tattly— based on the Sagmeister maxims: “Don’t Expect People to Change” and “Self-Confidence Produces Fine Results.”
For a full description of the event click below or to participate, buy your own signed copy.
Chronicle Books is excited to accept submissions for the 2014 Summer/Fall session of our Design Fellowship program. Five fellowships are available in our Publishing Design, Marketing Design, Children’s Design, and Digital Publishing Design groups. These fellowships provide six months of hands-on experience to recent graduates interested in embarking on a career in book, package, or digital publishing design.
The five fellowship positions are:
- 2 Publishing Fellows
- 1 Children’s Fellow
- 1 Marketing Fellow
- 1 Digital Publishing Fellow
Submissions Due: March 1st, 2014
Fellowships Begin: July 7th, 2014
Opening reception Thursday, Jan 23, 6 – 8:30pm
On display January 23 – 30, 2014
The Type Directors Club will present the first solo show by designer and typographer Craig Ward; continuing his preoccupation with the juxtaposition of clean, classically designed typography with the chaos of natural processes and organic materials. Over a year in the making, the subject matter for the series are Pagan words and texts from the Old English dialects of 5th – 12th Century Britain, applied by hand to slabs of living edge wood using a centuries old arts and crafts technique known as pyrography.
Join us and Craig for the opening reception on the evening of January 23rd where all of the work will be on sale along with broadsheet format photo books.
Date:January 23, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Type Directors Club
347 W 36th Street, #603 New York,NY 10018 United States
GET UNDER THEIR SKIN
One of the most acclaimed international advertising, interactive, and design student competitions, dating back to 1986, the One Show Young Ones Competition offers students across the globe the opportunity to compete for cash prizes and a coveted One Show Pencil. With entries from over 125 advertising and design schools across 22 countries this past year, the Young Ones Competition exists to recognize “the best of the best” of creative students.
The 2014 competition has launched. Take a look at this year’s briefs and get those wheels turning… you have until March 7 to create something fantastic. Good luck
SIGN UP TODAY!!!
The One Club’s 2014 New York Creative Boot Camp is a four-day intensive workshop that will introduce students in the New York area to the art of creative advertising. Teams will create an advertising campaign for a real client selected by the sponsoring agency, BBDO. Please join us for this free workshop! Creative Boot Camp Schedule: Tuesday, January 21st – Friday, January 24th, 2014 Location: Macaulay Honors College The City University of New York 35 West 67th Street New York, New York 10023 Additional details will be forwarded upon registration.
Are you on the search for a summer internship that’s not quite like any other? If so, then it’s time you apply to Mullen’s Summer Internship Program! This will be an opportunity for you to experience an innovative and creative agency from the ground up. Consider this to be the best summer of your life. Mullen internships are 10 weeks long and paid. Internships will begin on June 2nd.We are currently accepting recent graduates, rising seniors and graduate students into the program.
When you apply to a Summer Internship at Mullen, we are looking for individuals to be a part of a wide range of disciplines. You will be spending the summer weeks working for a team at our agency – which one do you feel most connected to? Click on any of the capabilities below to get a more in-depth idea of where you’d like to be.
ACCOUNT SERVICES / STRATEGIC ANALYTICS /LAYOUT ARTIST / PRODUCTION ARTIST / STUDIO ARTIST / CREATIVE / EXPERIENCE DESIGN / MEDIA /PLANNING / NEW BUSINESS / PRODUCT / PROJECT MANAGEMENT / PUBLIC RELATIONS & SOCIAL INFLUENCE / QUALITY ASSURANCE / DIGITAL PRODUCTION / CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIST
Each internship focuses on a company-wide team project in addition to your day-to-day work responsibilities. For more information, and to review previous projects, connect with us at Mullen Intern Net page on Facebook
We know it’s tempting, but please do not e-mail Mullen employees directly with resumes, applications or application status questions. You will be contacted if there is further interest in your application. Due to the volume of inquiries, we cannot accept direct solicitations.
You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this role.
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