Second helpings: Post from Tees bit on the side

imageThe conference ended and so did our batteries. So to wrap up, the afternoon saw Paula Scher (introduction not needed), Sagi Haviv, partner at Chermayeff, Geismar and Haviv and, the ever entertaining, Chip Kidd share their thoughts, recent work and bookstore advice.

Paula Scher
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(Talking about The Highline and social projects) You do all the stuff designers do and look at it and wonder why you do it… and it goes and changes the whole neighbourhood.

Beige is the colour of indecision.

You don’t proof read art.

Raise expectations of what things can be – this is what I think is the goal of Graphic Design.

The different disciplines have never been more connected, all things are possible. Exciting!

I work with people who will have a conversation with me. Not people who want A, B, C and D.

Sagi Haviv
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(Still) the fastest connection we have between the brain and visualising an idea is the hand.

Chip Kidd
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The better you are able to define the content of your problem, the better you will be able to define the solution.

If your in NYC visit The Strand (bookstore).

from Tees bit on the side