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"This is What Matters to Me" is a new project by KharmaNYC that unites 9 international designers each supporting what matters to them (some of which include: Urban Arts, Spanish Greyhound Rescue, and Unite Through Surf). Two of my favorite...

In preparation for my trip to Qatar in a few days, I went to my local bank to exchange a small amount of American currency for Qatari Riyal (the Qatari currency). As you might have gathered from the pictures below,...

The "Be Graphic, Make a Difference" exhibition was held at DesignBox in Raleigh, NC during the month of April. It featured social justice posters created by graphic design students from my Digital Imaging course and was warmly received with enthusiastic...

It's here! Student Showcase Day at Peace! Students took the day off from classes to make presentations, put on performances and share some of the things they've discovered this year. Our Department was proud to have two galleries filled with...

In celebration of Earth Day 2010 students at Peace College grabbed some chalk and had some fun! They declared their belief in helping to create a global green economy by pledging to take a few of these simple (but powerful)...

"Student Showcase: A Celebration of Scholarship and Creativity" is an annual event at Peace College which allows students and other members of the community to experience the richness of students' endeavors. This is the 6th year of the campus-wide event,...

We enjoyed a lovely Sunday afternoon today at the Handmade for Haiti event held at the Chatham Street Cafe in Downtown Cary. Local artists and designers sold a variety of unique items with proceeds benefiting Doctors Without Borders. As you...

I truly enjoyed the "frank and honest" presentation by Sean Adams this evening as part of the AIGA Raleigh event: AdamsMorioka, A Very Special Episode (held in the Burns Auditoriam at NC State). Sean presented with a charming sense of...

This weekend a friend visiting from DC loaned me the book "The New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance" and I immediately fell in love with the book jacket design. The hand-drawn typography interlaced with red boot strings was an...