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Show & Tell: Bijan Berahemi

Posted on May 28th, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

It’s the last Show & Tell of the school year! This Thursday, say hello to the incredibly talented Bijan Berahimi! Let’s see you all at noon this Thursday in room 320!

Bijan Berahimi is the Director of FISK.

Bijan is a designer based in Portland, Oregon. He graduated with a BFA in graphic design from the California Institute of the Arts in 2013. He founded FISK here in 2009. From 2014–16 he ran FISK Gallery with Michael Spoljaric on 3636 N Mississippi Ave. Bijan was the first designer-in-residence at Facebook HQ in 2016. He has done work for: Nike, Facebook, Uniqlo, Airbnb, Rihanna, Tom Petty, Jordan Brand, Portland Trailblazers, GOOD Magazine, University of Oregon, CalArts, Beacon Sound, Plazm, Garrett Markenson Reverie, and Ariana Delawari.

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Show & Tell: Andy Pressman

Posted on May 21st, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt


Above: Hey all! This week is our SECOND TO LAST Show & Tell of the term with the fantastic Andy Pressman, principal of Rumors Studio here in Portland.

Rumors designs visual identities and websites for cultural, commercial, and editorial groups. They work on ambitious projects that make use of the internet.

Above: Work by Rumors for Verso Books

Their office is located in Portland, Ore, but their client list is geographically dispersed — Rumors has worked with publishers in London, startups in New York, schools in Los Angeles, and non-profits in Helsinki. They look for clients who value design and enjoy collaborative dialogue among equal participants.

https://rumo.rs/

Come out this Thursday at noon in room 320 and learn more about Andy and Rumors!

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Show & Tell: Lizy Gershenzon from Scribbletone!

Posted on May 8th, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Join us this Thursday at noon in room 320 for Scribble Tone!

Scribble Tone
 is a product design studio that specializes in creating new apps, brands, and designing typefaces. They invent opportunities, and shape ideas with strategy, branding, design, and development. Scribble Tone makes their own products and partner with talented friends and clients.

Above: Future Fonts. A new platform for type designers to release their type earlier in the process. Made in collaboration with their friend James Edmondson. Follow along @futurefonts.

Above: Notch. A personal love of games and sports drove Scribble Tone to build Notch. They started this as a way to track their own scores, and grew it into this iOS app. It allows you to share your ping pong, boardgames or sports matches, track player stats, and see how everyone ranks. Notch is for friends and families that like to play games together and stay connected though light competition. All while promoting more game time together. Follow games they like to play. #notchit

Scribble Tone is led by Lizy Gershenzon and Travis Kochel. With over 10 years of experience leading digital projects together, they are a very rare and valuable team in this industry. Their strengths complement each other well, are efficient at making new products, and have similar values, passion and drive.

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Show & Tell: Helena Chu!

Posted on Apr 23rd, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Join us this Thursday at noon for our next Show & Tell with Helena Chu!

Helena Chu is a Freelancer/Digital/Environmental Designer + Senior Art Director. She worked for Field Scout/Make Things Matter/YB-A, has done illustration design for The Other Half and Best Buds as well also does Concept design for Nike Global Basketball, Wieden and Kennedy and is currently an Art Director and Designer for Kamp Grizzly.

She’s coming to Show and Tell to talk about how failure is part of the process as a designer, how she wears different hats as a creator and how color + space makes her happy. See you there!

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Show & Tell: Craig Winslow

Posted on Apr 2nd, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt


Hey Hey! We are BACK for SPRING and kicking off the term with our first Show & Tell with Craig Winslow! Join us this Thursday at noon in room 320 to say hello to Craig! Craig Winslow is an experiential designer with a focus on projection mapping as augmented reality, and a fascination with how we incorporate the past within the future.

After getting a BS in graphic design and 3D art, he fused his skillsets together working on an industrial design team at JDK Design. Craig left to work independently and has spent the past several years building his own studio and creating interactive work for clients. For the past year as Adobe Creative Resident, he’s brought to life his most recent project, Light Capsules, reviving dozens of fading ads & local history across the United States, Canada, and UK.

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