Brian Mueller and Anton Pearson… represent.
Above: Anton Pearson, 2011 (18 x 24, 1 of 15). MCAD is celebrating it’s 125th Anniversary this year, and these posters (two of five), were commissioned by MCAD’s own, Lars Mason. They will be sold at a silent auction to help raise funds for student scholarships and activities.
Above: Anton Pearson, 2011. Process shot from the screenprinting table. Anton comments: “My poster in particular features some custom type I created, made to emphasize the abundant creativity at the college that flows out into the world. I also tried to capture the work ethic that MCAD instills into it’s students and combine it with some iconic images of the campus, including the neon sign which is sadly no longer up on the sky-way. It was a super fun project to be a part of and it’s great that these posters will raise money to help future students follow their creative dreams.”
Above: Brian Mueller, 2011 (18 x 24, 1 of 15). Brian’s effort employed seven colors, and ten pulls. It was a delight to see these recently, and I am grateful to the designers for allowing them to be shared here.