I’ll be one of the featured speakers at Will Shortz’ annual Wordplay Weekend at Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY, November 13–15.
Delaware Valley residents: Don’t miss this month’s issue of ICON magazine!
Typedia is a community-driven website that classifies typefaces. I recently designed its logo and then wrote about the process.
Read the story behind it on Typedia.
Maggie Macnab, Joel Nakamura and John Langdon present a half-day seminar that explores the fascinating relevance of symbolism to effective and engaging visual communications. The seminar takes place at the Santa Fe Complex in Santa Fe, NM, on Saturday, September 19th, 9:00am–12 noon. For more information go to the event’s website.
The Red Carpet premiere was a blast!
This Angels & Demons display is in front of the Sony Building on Madison Ave. in NY, featuring animated ambigrams! (Start spreadin’ the news… )
I’m interviewed at www.ambigram.com
Photo © Frances Schwabenland 2008. Used with permission.
See my Angels & Demons ambigrams at the film’s promotional site (much more than you will, or did, in the film).
Following a short theatrical run in England, Monkeyshine was recently released on DVD, exclusively on Amazon.com. A year and a half ago, I created an ambigram that plays, shall we say, a pivotal role in this film. The BBC has acclaimed Monkeyshine highly as “a little gem”, “grounded and believable”, and “expertly shot.”
I designed my first quarter-turn ambigram for J S Mayank’s 8-minute film/music video, “Ethereal Pondering of a Sightless Gaze,” which also features my “Carpe Diem” ambigram, in beautiful company. The film is playing at the Newport Beach Film Festival, Saturday, April 25. [You’ll find it under LMU shorts] and the London Independent film Festival, April 17–27. [You’ll find it under official selection 2009, international shorts]
Three of my logo-inspired paintings will appear in the Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Maryland. The exhibition is entitled Transaction Analysis and will run from March 11 to April 14. (The college and gallery will be closed March 23 to 29.) On Wednesday, March 11, there will be a gallery talk at 12 noon, and a reception from 6 to 9 pm.