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Show & Tell: Central Office!

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Central Office is a design studio founded by Max Erdenberger and Megan McGinley. Their distinctive visual approach and pop-sensibility has made them a studio much sought after both by leading institutions and directly by sophisticated brands in the commercial world.

Let’s welcome them for an IN PERSON Show & Tell! Please join us this Thursday at noon in room 320 to say hello to CENTRAL OFFICE!

Central Office: http://centralofficeco.info/
Max Erdneberger: http://betamax.info/
Megan McGinley: http://cargocollective.com/makeswell

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PSUGD Guide for 2014/2015

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Yay! If you missed picking up one of our new 2014/2015 PSUGD guide’s during our fall convocation you may download it right over here —> New convocation booklet BL.

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Make It Workshop: Portfolios for YOU!

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Make it Workshop, Portfolios for you! [extended]
In a small group setting, learn up to 5 binding methods for your printed portfolio that are minimal, affordable, and highly customizable.
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014; 1–4:00pm

Find more info on the eventbrite here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/make-it-workshop-portfolios-for-you-extended-tickets-12620088023

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Show & Tell with Adam JK!

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Show & Tell is proud to welcome NYC graphic designer and artist Adam J. Kurtz for our first out of town/in person Show & Tell of the year! Join us to welcome Adam this Thursday, October 16th at NOON in room 320. RSVP HERE.

Adam also has a book coming out VERY soon (that is one of the reasons he is in Portland…BOOK TOUR OH YES!)

Here is a little bit about ADAM in his own words:
I’m very interested in the ephemera of daily life, small tokens and messages, creating honest, accessible work through my INTERNET GIFT SHOP, and other small-scale collaborations. You could say my personal work is “really, really, personal.”

I’m currently Studio Designer at Barton F. Graf. I’ve previously worked at Houpla and Ads Next in Baltimore. I earned a degree in Visual Arts/Design from UMBC in 2009.

Want to know more? I know you do. Check out his not so brief bio.
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Show & Tell: OMFGCO

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We are pleased to announce our FIRST Show & Tell of the year! Please help us welcome OMFGCO this Thursday at noon in room 320.

Who is OMFGCO?
We build brands for visionaries.
What do we mean by that?
In short, we like to think big for people who like to think big.
Regardless of the style of the client, our same approach and principles apply. We make considered, relevant and long-lasting brands for visionaries of all varieties.
Are we Consultants? Designers? Ad Men? Strategists? Critical Thinkers? Brandologists?

Absolutely.

We are a creative agency made of all of these things.

It’s easy to make things pretty, but it is hard to make things matter. We love digging deep, finding meaningful insights and then figuring out the best possible way to express them.

Founded in Portland, Oregon in 2009 by Fritz Mesenbrink and Jeremy Pelley.

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above: Portland Meadows

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above: Beams Japan

Portland State’s Show & Tell is an almost weekly lunchtime design lecture series held on Thursdays at Portland State University. Lectures are free and open to the public. Come join us! We are entering our fifth year of programming and are pleased to have OMFGco kick off our new season of lectures. This event is in conjunction with Design Week Portland. 

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