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GQ Fall Issue 168

The Fall 2022 edition of GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly (#168) is on newsstands and in subscribers’ mailboxes.

(Cover) Helen Lee‘s work is both art and alphabet, which makes it so appropriate for the article entitled “Multilingualism”. The cover article explores how Lee’s art practice intersects with her career as an educator, as well as a prominent advocate for economic and social justice causes. As article author Jennifer Hand explains, “Instead of seeing each of these iterations as distinct aspects of Lee’s practice, one need only look at the development of her artistic career to see how each facet informs and enriches the others.”

2021 CMI AR and Website

Child Mind Institute

 

“Thanks to the tireless work of the Child Mind Institute and a growing movement of like-minded organizations and individuals, the terrible stigma that has prevented families from seeking mental health care is receding.”

Answering the Call, the 2021 Annual Report, interprets the new visual brand of Child Mind Institute.

Expertly printed by Brilliant Graphics, Exton, PA

 

 

 

MOME Career Pathways

Stislow Design, in partnership with CUNY Research Foundation’s LMIS, designed a suite of career pathway resources for The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment to support their workforce and educational initiatives in film, television, theater, music, publishing, advertising and digital content. The project includes building out the first three career pathways mini site and producing related print brochures. Anxiously awaiting launch of live site by NYC.

2021 World Happiness Report

SDSN


2021 edition of the World Happiness Report, and fourth in line of the new branding and colorful template system. COVID did not stop this report and event from taking place on the UN International Day of Happiness. Thank you to the extraordinary SDSN creative and editorial team for another great year!

Glass Magazine

Glass Quarterly Magazine

Stislow Design has been art directing Glass since 2006. In 2017 we headed up a redesign of the entire publication to make it more modern and bring more focus onto the artists and their images and personal stories.

Food for Thought

Volunteering at our neighborhood elementary school, PS 217, in Brooklyn, John and Stephanie introduce graphic design principles to fourth and fifth graders during a Magnet Arts Program and put these concepts into practice in published exercises. We were so inspired working with this diverse group of student — they brought such unique perspectives and insights into each execution of the assignment. Below are a few highlights from our magazine layout project, Food for Thought.

Students were organized into departments and responsible for data graphics, research based stories, advertisements, comics, and stories based on the theme: food (most often breakfast). While prevailing breakfast stereotypes topped the list, the wide cultural range of breakfast menus discussed during class was fascinating.

The publication was printed and shared with PS 217.

Special thanks to Judy Brandwein and PS 217 Teachers and Staff for creating such a warm and creative environment.

F Words

Volunteering at our neighborhood elementary school, PS 217, in Brooklyn, John and Stephanie introduce graphic design principles to fourth and fifth graders during a Magnet Arts Program and put these concepts into practice in published exercises. We were so inspired working with this diverse group of student — they brought such unique perspectives and insights into each execution of the assignment.

Below are a few highlights from our F words project. Typographically design a word starting with the letter F. The class quite perked up at the announcement of this exercise.

A collection of final designs were digital printed and shared with the class and school leadership.

Special thanks to Judy Brandwein and PS 217 Teachers and Staff for creating such a warm and creative environment.

 

A to Z

Volunteering at our neighborhood elementary school, PS 217, in Brooklyn, John and Stephanie introduce graphic design principles to fourth and fifth graders during a Magnet Arts Program and put these concepts into practice in published exercises. We were so inspired working with this diverse group of student — they brought such unique perspectives and insights into each execution of the assignment. Below are a few highlights from our alphabet book project, A to Z. Pick a letter or two unlike anyone else in the class and illustrate a verb starting with that letter.

The collection of final designs were digital printed and shared with the class and school leadership.

Special thanks to Judy Brandwein and PS 217 Teachers and Staff for creating such a warm and creative environment.