After returning from judging the 2014 Golden Bee Global Biennale in Moscow (along with Reza Abedini, Jonathan Barnbrook, Eric Belousov, Lech Majewski, and Guta Moura Guedes), as well as opening the show for the SVA NYC subway posters, Steve Heller asked me to choose 10 from the 1300 posters of the Golden Bee show, and to describe why I like them.
You can read more about it here: http://www.printmag.com/daily-heller/bite-of-the-golden-bee/
Below are a series of posters by Kum-Jun Park, which won the Grand Prix:
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Guity Novin, is a painter and graphic designer, who has founded the Transpressionism Movement (Ottawa, 1994). A movement in painting that demands from its viewers to participate in the creation of art through the conduit of their common human memories.
She is also writing A History of Graphic Design, and The History of Graphic Design in Iran. (Both of which are digitally available by chapter.) She has some unusual aspects and good examples from Iran. It's worth visiting the sites. In Chapter 58 of A History of Graphic Design, Novin also includes some samples of the Op-Ed pages during my time as art director at The New York Times.
More of them can be seen here: