- Andrew Chipman
Annotated Transcription of a conversation.
01. Annotated Transcription and Conversational Diagram / frames 04-21
02. Index by Chronological Hierarchy / frames 22-23
03. Index by Subject / frames 24-25
04. Early Phases I: Word Web / frame 26
05. Early Phases II: Working Diagram / frame 27
06. Statement & Colophon / frames 28-29
“This is a factual account of an actual conversation that took place between Ms. Liya Hoshi, Mr. Eli Scott, Ms. Corinna Smith, Ms. Sam Romage, and myself, Andrew Chipman. It took place at approximately 6:00pm on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005 in The Montserrat College of Art Bookstore. A tape recorder was used to document the ensuing dialogue...”
Senior Associate, Art Director / Graphic Design Manager at CBT Architects (Boston)
- Liya Hoshi
Analogous Quantification : An exploration of numerical analysis using the pixel-based image
My interest lies in the numerical basis of these [digitized] “memories.” If I break down my own collection of memories into its numeral interpretations and use them as a basis for manually creating an interaction beween them, can I design an experience that is analogous to the compound human memory?
digital files, posters, book, website (the latter since retired)
thumbnail image above : detail from process book
Senior Art Director, George P Johnson Experience Marketing
- Allison Lamb
Copy magazine [is conceived] to show the talents and lifestyles of a group of young artists in the Boston area or people of one particular concentration, people who are hungry, go-getters, willing to push themselves to the limits of explosion, and ultimately just love what they do. Through interviews, attendance at events, and inclusion of their work in thesis shows, I have entered these artists’ lives and began to gain a sense of who they are. My hope is to give each artist’s printed pages that same thrill and excitement I have gained while entering their world... Four-color printing, dimensions are 5 x 6.5 inches for easy carrying and [to distinguish the] magazine against other publications.
also, letterpress experiments
- Lisa Lombardini
Punctuate your world, Alternatype
Fall semester —
Punctuate your world
posters, book, etc., working the theme of punctuation, including punctuation (almost) only versions of The Wizard of Oz and Moby Dick.
Spring semester —
When kindergarteners make art, they work with immediacy, make decisions and very rarely go back on them... Using an iPod, small sheets of cardstock and a variety of text-based media such as stickers, stamps and stencils, I am creating a body of work that represents the immediacy of my decisions based on my reactions to [popular songs]. This information will then be organized in several different ways to see if there is a subsconscious reaction to music genre, male vs. female singer, length of song, etc.
- Timothy Lynch
Fireside : Building the Fire
Development and design of a book devoted to images, stories and music from author/designer’s annual ski-trip to Hancock Campground.
related projects included
creation and design of a Fireside compilation album (four discs);
design of Fireside micro-brew beer packaging; and
a set of posters commemorating the annual camps (2000-2005)
thumbnail image above : detail, beer bottle design
- Adel Shakir
I am embracing my memories by generating a book using photos that I have taken throughout the years, mainly in the last ten... My goal is to share my memories and emotions of that particular moment in time, with the viewer. An important component of this project is screen printing, that brings an image to life or rather gives it its own. I am also incorporating quotes that are taken from random books and online sources. These quotes come from average people who are also sharing their thoughts and emotions. To unify these images as a whole, as well as to expose the fact that the following comes from one person only, I have included a frame from my own MRI scan. The frame consists of detailed information including; name, gender, date and certain medical measurements of the brain.
- Denis Skarep
Stecaks (Bosnian Tombstones)
translation of, and illustrations for, epitaphs that are inscribed on stecaks
presentation of poems/stecaks (in translation and original language) in book and website
...nothing has changed. I am still eating dirt and converse with my shadow.
Unfulfilled dreams burn like real axe-wounds.
...if you can, do not come.
Here you are always alone.
Senior Production Artist, External Affairs, Office of Marketing, Northeastern University
Candidate for masters degree in Experience Design from College of Arts, Media and Design at Northeastern University.