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    The human presence adds authenticity to design. Blurring the line between onstage and backstage, a designer may leave a personal imprint—in a sub… Read More
    The human presence adds authenticity to design. Blurring the line between onstage and backstage, a designer may leave a personal imprint—in a subtle or an obvious way—that becomes part of the message. The Body as a Palette for Design examines the integration of the designer’s image into his or her work. This thesis evolved from research on New York-based graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister and the personal trace he leaves in many of his designs, including using his handwriting, photographing his body, or presenting his maxims. This is a student project and commercial free. Publication photographs taken by Nora Mosley and Mariana Rivera Davila Madrid. All additional imagery within this project is reserved to the rights of their respective owners. Read Less
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Exhibition Photograph by Denny Henry
Exhibition Photograph by Denny Henry