Mid-year RISD MFA Thesis Keynote (11.12)

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Mid-year RISD MFA Thesis Keynote (11.12)

  1. 1. designer is writer Dylan Rosal Greif dgreif@risd.edu Graphic Design, RISD
  2. 2. Bone Book,1994. Bone Book. 1994.
  3. 3. The Public Journal. 2004–6.
  4. 4. The Blue Table Project. 2006.
  5. 5. speed and ease of media tools
  6. 6. speed and ease of toolspervasiveness of multimedia Bone Book, 1994. The Wilderness Downtown, Chris Milk
  7. 7. increase of interactive media Augmented (Hyper)Bone Book, 1994. Reality, Keiichi Matsuda.
  8. 8. text form
  9. 9. viewing text
  10. 10. designing text
  11. 11. The organization of writing is governed by thelogic of time. The organization of the image, bycontrast, is governed by the logic of space.Gunther Kress, LITERACY IN THE NEW MEDIA AGE
  12. 12. Types of Color. 2010
  13. 13. Medieval marginal scholarship
  14. 14. Lines, The Cafe Society
  15. 15. Our Hero and the Quest for the Pixie Llama, draft.
  16. 16. WordBoard, sketch of a word Processor.
  17. 17. writing form
  18. 18. Logins. 2011.
  19. 19. Writing The Read. 2011.
  20. 20. Reading has also become a scanning of visualstimuli. These stimuli can be letters or pictures,the difference between the two—once sofundamental—is fading. watching has become amore conceptual, more reflective activity.Max Bruisma, I READ WHERE I AM
  21. 21. Stats of the Union, Fathom Design
  22. 22. Urbanology, Local Projects. 2011
  23. 23. Elements of Design. In process
  24. 24. pun
  25. 25. parallelconstruction
  26. 26. simile
  27. 27. onomatopoeia
  28. 28. rhyme
  29. 29. voice
  30. 30. The Wilderness Downtown, Chris Milk
  31. 31. Writerliness Downtown. In process
  32. 32. new reading experiences
  33. 33. In the future, most designers will be creatingreading experiences, not book designs.Andrew Blauvelt, I READ WHERE I AM
  34. 34. Alan Burack Interviews Alan Lightman about His Novel Einsteins Dreams. 2011.
  35. 35. thanks <3 Dylan Rosal Greif dgreif@risd.edu Graphic Design, RISD

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