AIGA Boston is excited to kick off the 2018-2019 season with an inspiring talk by Stefan G. Bucher.
Bonus: September is Member Appreciation Month. This event is free for AIGA members!
How do we find human connection in 2018? Is it realistic to think we can nurture relationships with our peers, our clients, and our families while also creating work that pays our bills AND makes us proud? How do we see beauty in the world when anxiety runs rampant?
Designer and illustrator Stefan G. Bucher answers these questions and more. Along the way, he will share behind-the-scenes stories about his favorite pieces for clients, such as Saks Fifth Avenue, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Blue Man Group, 826LA and the Echo Park Time Travel Mart, and directors Judd Apatow and Tarsem. He will also discuss his new book LetterHeads: An Eccentric Alphabet. (While he’s in Boston, he may even reminisce about his time at Modernista!)
Stefan’s talk is perfect for energizing artists and other creatives in ways they will find useful, inspiring and—we’re talking about Stefan here—entertaining.
AIGA Member / Student Member: Free
(September is AIGA Boston Member Appreciation Month. Keep an eye out for other exciting events.)
Student Non-Member (ID Required): $12
6:00pm – Networking and refreshments
6:30pm – Introductions
6:45pm – Presentation
7:30pm – Q&A
7:45pm – Wrap-up
Stefan G. Bucher is a writer, graphic designer, and illustrator who heads up the California design studio 344 Design. Bucher is also the creator of the popular online animation series Daily Monster, which culminated in the book, 100 Days of Monsters, with a foreword by Ze Frank. In 2004, the Art Directors Club of New York named Bucher one of their Young Guns, honoring him as one of the leading creatives age 30 and under. Bucher is also a sought-after speaker on life, love, and graphic design and speaks at events and conferences around the world. He is the author and illustrator of several books, including The Graphic Eye—Photographs By Graphic Designers From Around The Globe, All Access, and You Deserve a Medal.
Graphic by Madeline Jacobson, photo by Renee Fisher