12 Inspiring Graphic Design Portfolios From Recent FIDM Grads To Keep An Eye On In 2015
Dec22

12 Inspiring Graphic Design Portfolios From Recent FIDM Grads To Keep An Eye On In 2015

With the close of another great quarter at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, we are ready to start 2015 design inspiration off right by sharing some inspiring new Graphic Design portfolios by recent FIDM Graphic Design graduates. The program prepares students for careers in Graphic Design within the apparel and entertainment industries and emphasize fundamentals such as sequential design and conceptual...

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Browse Inspiring Graphic Design Portfolios from FIDM’s 2014 Summer Quarter
Sep22

Browse Inspiring Graphic Design Portfolios from FIDM’s 2014 Summer Quarter

With the close of another great quarter at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, we are ready to start the first day of fall off right by sharing some inspiring new Graphic Design portfolios by recent FIDM Graphic Design graduates. The program prepares students for careers in Graphic Design within the apparel and entertainment industries and emphasize fundamentals such as sequential design and conceptual thinking....

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Simply Inspiring: An Interview with Amanda Jane Jones, Graphic Designer and Former Art Director for Kinfolk Magazine
Sep02

Simply Inspiring: An Interview with Amanda Jane Jones, Graphic Designer and Former Art Director for Kinfolk Magazine

  If you’re a person who’s anywhere on the Internet, or has ever even taken a glance at Pinterest, no doubt you’ve seen the work of Amanda Jane Jones. From her covers and spreads at Kinfolk magazine to her understated and elegant logo designs, Jones’ work strikes that hard-to-reach balance of simple beauty and thoughtful design. With an uncluttered simplicity and elegance to her work that many designers try (and often fail) to...

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Q&A with FIDM Grad Angelica Raquid: Graphic Designer for NBA Player Metta World Peace
Jun19

Q&A with FIDM Grad Angelica Raquid: Graphic Designer for NBA Player Metta World Peace

Courtside Access magazine was just an idea that Angelica Raquid mocked up for the purpose of showing off her publication design skills in her final FIDM Graphic Design portfolio, and now she’s witnessing her concept come to life thanks to NBA Lakers player Metta World Peace (formerly known as Ron Artest). “It’s not the original physical magazine I had originally imagined, but it’s basically the spawn of my...

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