Freshman and Sophomore Yeungnam University Students were asked to create a personal identity using typography: clockwise Hyebin Kang, Eun Ah Lee, Hye Jeon Jung, Eun Gyeong Choi.
Bryan Farevaag’s senior thesis covered world oil reserves, consumption, and conflict. Bryan researched the topic and completed a number of infographic posters as well as a flip book. His work showed in our SVA Museum exhibition. It drew much interest including an extended conversation with SVA’s owner and president during our exhibition opening.
Our 2007 SVA Yearbook was designed by talented senior student art directors/designers Julian Gonzales, Jiyoon Lee, Tomomi Sohn, and Jamie Bartolacci. Each developed one of the five senses as their theme. Our SVA student photographer was Michael Kowalski. Creative direction by E. Genevieve Williams. Click this link to view the video https://vimeo.com/82679179.
Our 2009 SVA Yearbook was designed by a group of eleven talented senior student art directors/designers Steve Attardo, James Hughes, Eric Ku, Katia Hakko, Marie Yan Morvan, Cardon Webb, Jonathan Han, Michael Bebout, Alex Merto, Soo Jung Kwon, and Lauren Jantz who each developed their own theme and paired with SVA student photographers Bon Duke, Kara Hayden, and Samantha Cohn to carry out a series of pages under the creative direction of E. Genevieve Williams. Click this link to view the video https://vimeo.com/82680499.
After two semesters at Yeungnam University, I saw that the best I could offer the students was training in English typography. Ran Kim and Hye Bin Kang did a great job creating posters with English typography.
Our 2011 SVA Yearbook is three volumes that connect together. Highlights are great design, an augmented reality piece, and pop ups in each of the three volumes. This piece won a silver Clio in 2012. E Genevieve Williams, creative director; Dong Hee (Agnes) Choo and Jin Suk Kim, student art directors and designers; Bryan Farevaag, Olga Vladova, and Erica Chung, design support staff. Click this link to view the video https://vimeo.com/82681557.
Jane Youn created a senior thesis project about the origin of mankind according to anthropology. She created an exhibition, tickets, brochures, numerous infographics, posters, and installations. It is a well thought out thesis project and it is beautiful. click this link to view the thesis book https://issuu.com/egwilliams/docs/jane_.
Soo Jung Kwon created her senior thesis about the intrinsic secrecy of language. For one aspect of her project she monitored people conducting private conversations, either via mobile phone or face to face, in public places in NYC. The maps above show the times and locations throughout the day over several months. She also participated in geocaching as research for her thesis. Geocaching is interesting to people because of the secrecy and science involved in the game. Soojung constructed an evidence-based thesis concerning the overlaps between language and secrecy. Click this link to view the thesis book.
Louis Liu created a website that handled live, written media as well as videos and photography. His topic is fashion. The website was able to navigate numerous incoming sets of information. He also made a mobile app for the product. This was his senior thesis project 2011.
Sangho Bang designed this website as part of his course work as a fourth-year student in my Transmedia Design course at Yeungnam University, South Korea. Sangho was my typography student in his junior year. Between junior and senior years, he discovered his style and visual voice and went at creating work like a bandit. In my course, he focused on self-promotion. He’s done fabulously. I’m very proud to have worked with him. click this link to view the website https://www.bangsangho.com/.
I had Dan Cassaro for junior year typography then hired him for yearbook senior year. He was also in my senior portfolio course. From the outset, Dan’s ideas were quirky, sometimes kitschy, but it turned out that he was onto something big. While I had to push him to play with typography in junior year, by the time he finished the yearbook project he was well on his way stylistically. He had found the pulse of an upcoming trend and has ridden it well. click this link to view Dan’s website http://www.youngjerks.com/
Stop the harvesting of elephant tusks passionately designed and beautifully packaged by Ji Won Lee, a third-year student at Yeungnam University, South Korea.
A detailed, illustrated description of Korean traditional dress, the Hanbok, delightfully designed and packaged with a contemporary spin by first-year student Ji Su Lee at Yeungnam University, South Korea.
Former student Olga Vladova created this type driven video in my intermediate design course at SVA about a new office romance fantasy. She wanted large scale with typography, so we borrowed a projector and projected in a classroom. It hit a corner and two walls, which made an interesting bend in the typography. Olga did a great job with concept and voice over. click this link to view the video https://vimeo.com/184527482.
During a cold weekend at the cabin, Chris and I stacked a new delivery of wood. I documented the process. Ed Benitez created this wonderful, experimental footage from those shots and Thoreau’s Walden for junior typography. Click this link to view the video https://vimeo.com/182126184.