Just My Type

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On Monday, April 13th, the New England School of Art and Design (NESAD) annual senior show will take place in the main gallery at 73 Tremont street. Titled “Just My Type”, the final show for the upcoming graduates features a variety of highlights, and the unique talent of each student’s work and the ideas that have influenced each individual’s design aesthetic.

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Tyler Chaffee

Hank Chen

Yumeng Cheng

Habib Dean

Ryan Drake

Alexandra García-Chico

Christine Hall

Seespriya Jakowlew-Dahlhaus

Emily Kneeland

Emily Martin

Marissa Molinaro

Monique Pacheco

Gabriela Pinto

Emily Powers

Dana Rudnitsky

Karishma Soni

Jordan Sousa

Kelsey Tremlett

Jeffrey Werner

Our first with more to come


Our first NESAD wide pop up show took place on Wednesday, Feb 25th through Friday, Feb 27th.

NESAD students of any major were encouraged to hang work on a first come, first serve basis. Submissions were limited to 5 pieces per student and many students from all programs participated.

For more information, please go to the front desk or email gallery assistant, Elle DioGuardi, evdiog@gmail.com.

We hope you enjoyed the show and we look forward to many more NESAD pop up shows in the future.

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Bacco’s Ad Campaign by Impromptustudio


Impromptustudio, a student driven design shop founded in NESAD, was approached by Bacco’s Fine Foods to create an ad campaign for their wine and cheese store in Boston.

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Based on the client’s business card, the only existing visual identity piece that client had, Impromptustudio built a brand strategy to inform the conceptual approach for the ad campaign.


Bacco’s picked 7 of the 11 options presented, and purchased 13 insertions at The Improper Bostonian, bi-weekly magazine with a 100 000 circulation to run until Spring 2014.

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October 2014, Bacco’s Ad Campaign won an advertising competition at GRAPHIS, a very prestigious international design publication. It was selected among many impressive entries by established agencies from all over the world.


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“Students were able to look at the way we move through the world without seeing anything, and use that self insulation as a basis to create ideas and statements that are actually eye-opening. It is design in the real sense of the word- digging into the core of our man-made  tangle of experience and focusing our perceptions into a fine point. I am beyond proud, and seeing the work made all the other thickly bothersome chores of the chairmanship pale.”
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   Chair person of NESAD

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F e l i t a   G o
Fairy Trail

A scavenger hunt in the entire city? I’m in! Fairy Trail by Felita Go delivers pleasant surprises in daily urban life. Options of donation are available to support local charities at the location of surprises, through the Fairy Trail mobile app.


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S h u b h a   R o y

Finally a reference website for the rookie designers! GUID.ED by Shubha Roy, presents the basic standards and rules of the profession. Its purpose is to reinforce the craft aspect of graphic design for those that are interested in becoming designers.


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M a n s i   P a t e l
Jam- Dig’em Ads

Why not be an inventor for the day? Jam by Mansi Patel is a fun activity for the general public, allowing them to design their own product by combining two unexpected things, which provides an endless creative pool.


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C a i t l i n   N i c h o l s o n

If you are having troubles putting an outfit together that matches your persona, then you should definitely check out Hem, by Caitlin Nicholson. Users of this service can create multiple visual expressions to manifest various aspects of their personalities.


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B e t h a n y   A n n   H u b a r t t

Get Caked! Caked, by Bethany Ann Hubartt, developed a mobile app that will match your attitude to a type of cake, and includes a brief explanation based on your cake, icing, filling ratio. Of course, you can make adjustments to have a more balanced attitude.


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E l i z a b e t h   B o n d

Did you know you are going to produce 29.4 pounds of trash this week? Dystopia, by Elizabeth Bond, developed an invasive campaign that seeks to bring awareness to the problem of over consumption.


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G r e t a   B o d e n s t a b

Have you ever wanted to have a magazine just of your favorite magazine articles? Clipped, by Greta Bodenstab, reinvents both print and digital publications, a platform that provides current headlines and fresh content, to save, organize and keep.

Logo Design Contest

Calling all students, artists, and inspired community members!

The Friends of Hamilton-Wenham Public Library is looking for a new visual identity and needs your help. We are seeking a creative, innovative and professional logo design. The logo should be recognizable and help promote the mission of the FOHWPL  –  to maintain an association interested in books and libraries; to aid in providing funds to meet special library needs; to support and cooperate with the library in developing library services and facilities for the community; and to stimulate gifts of books, magazines, desirable collections, endowments, and bequests. The Friends will give the chosen artist a $100 Visa gift card as thanks for their effort.

How to Enter the Contest

The contest begins on March 15, 2014. Submissions will be accepted through May 31sth, 2014. Winners will be announced via our website, social media websites and by direct contact to the winners’ email account. In order for your entry to be submitted and reviewed by our judges, all entries must be:

1.     Submitted directly to Logo Contest, FHWPL@gmail.com Please add LOGO CONTEST in the subject line.

2.     Submitted in their original source file and

3.     Submitted as a high resolution .pdf with 300 dpi or higher.

Logo Requirements

·     Professional: This logo may be featured on our website, our social media platforms and other mediums (stationery, pamphlets, t-shirts etc). As a result, while we want the logo to be eye-catching, it must still be legible.

·     Theme: The logo must promote the mission of the FHWPL, to support and cooperate with the library in developing library services and facilities for the community

·     Color: There are no limitations and any colors may be used. However, the logo must look good in color (if any) or black and white.

·     Integrity: Logos cannot contain copyrighted material. Logos must have been created and edited by the contestant(s). Logos may not include images or licensed images that have been previously published. Must be easily reproducible and scalable for large and small formatting.

Contest Details

Winners will be selected by the Board of the Friends of the Hamilton Wenham Public Library. Contestants agree that the FHWPL may publish their logo and name(s) and may use both for advertising campaigns and/or marketing materials in the future. Contestants assign all ownership rights, including all intellectual property rights to the logo to the Friends of the Hamilton-Wenham Public Library. Additionally, the FHWPL may alter, modify or revise the logo as it sees necessary to achieve the goals of the Friends. The Friends of the Hamilton-Wenham Public Library reserves the right to not select a winner if, in its sole discretion, no suitable entries are received.