The SJV studio sale takes over the GD execution room.
The studio sale was a smashing success! Thanks to everyone who came out and took home sweet SJV goodies. Major gratitude goes out to the SJV interns – I’m far more indebted than six burritos, three sandwiches, Wheat Thins (sun-dried tomato basil), bananas, oranges, tangerines, butter toffee almonds, OJ, Smart water, chips, and a cookie. Seriously.
Kayla Clark, SJV intern hard at work. Nathan Schiro, SJV intern hard at…coloring.
I’m am ecstatic to have been accepted to the 2012 Impact! Design for Social Change residency at the School of Visual Arts! I’ll be jet-setting on July 9th to spend six glorious weeks in NYC changing the world for the better though graphic design.
Awesome thank-you cards that UNC graphic design students sent me. How did they know I was a sucker for found type and materials?
Studio JenVenn is excited to do a YUDU workshop with 25 awesome FHSU AIGA students next Thursday in Hays, KS.
Thanks to Michael Miller for designing this awesome poster for the event!
My students and I at The Art Director’s Club Student Exhibition in Denver.
My students won: Best Packaging, Best Multimedia Design, and four of the six Judge’s Choice Awards!
46 of the 132 pieces in the exhibition were from UW.
Read about their awesome accomplishments.
This semester the UW Art Department hosted David Carson as our Eminent-Artist-in-Residence. It was an awesome experience and I truly enjoyed getting to know David and seeing him interact with my students. I love this picture because it looks like I am yelling at him. Not true but funny anyway!
Also this semester I hosted James Victore as a visiting artist. James is my personal design hero and it was one of the most amazing moments of my life getting to meet him and see my students flourish in his workshop. The last day of the workshop we went rock-climbing at Vedawoo and made it all the way to the top!
Last spring James Victore invited my students and I to the one week SahreVictoreWilker workshop in NYC. It was a blast going to NYC with my students Spencer, Hannah and Dani…the workshop was pretty dang awesome too.