Graphics Project Talks Day 2: Living Archives

Dan Michaelson is a founding partner, creative director, and technical lead at Linked by Air. Prior to founding Linked by Air, Dan was a designer at 2×4 and a designer at Pentagram. He holds an MFA degree in graphic design from Yale, and a degree in American history from Columbia University. Dan teaches the interaction design and thesis studio courses in Yale’s graduate graphic design department. Linked by Air is the designer of the Columbia GSAPP and Yale School of Art websites, the popular drawing app Shrub, and the websites of the Whitney Museum, Museo Jumex, Printed Matter, ICA LA, and other cultural institutions.

The Graphics Project is an annual series of lectures, discussions, and portfolio reviews exploring the role of graphic design within the field of architecture.

Over two weekends, we examine various methods of visual communication used to convey concepts to both specialist and general audiences.

These events aim to help students build a successful graduation portfolio while simultaneously unpacking the topics, tools, and trends of contemporary graphic design.

Organized by Yoonjai Choi, Columbia GSAPP.
Open to all current Columbia Students.


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