Tag Archives: design

Contribute to Loam Environmental Arts Magazine

loamFrom the radiant Kate Weiner ’15:

Loam, Wesleyan’s environmental arts magazine, is seeking editors, graphic designers, and artists to contribute to our fall semester publication. Check out the spring 2014 issue here to get a sense of the work we do. We love sharing creative expressions of our relationship with the earth and can’t wait to see your contributions!
If you are interested in working with the loam team, please contact Kate at kweiner (at) wesleyan.edu

TypeClub Seeking Designers


Carlos Sanchez ’14 wants you on his team:

If you’re looking to channel your inner Don Draper, look no further: TypeClub, Wesleyan’s design cooperative and quasi-advertising firm, is seeking designers to join the team. If you’re interested in any tenet of design thinking (social, visual, product, UX, etc.), shoot an email to csanchez[at]wesleyan[dot]edu with the following:

Relevant Experience (Not necessary)
Design-related Interests
Any previous work (Also not necessary)

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!


Writers, Graphic Designers, and Environmentalists Needed for GreenScene

environmentalismFrom the super green Isabel Stern ’14:

The Wesleyan GreenScene is an environmental newsletter put out by Wesleyan’s Environmental Organizer’s Network (EON). It includes all the comings and goings of environmental groups on campus, as well as news, events, articles, and pictures! If you are interested in helping design, edit, or write for GreenScene, or you are just interested in learning more about Wesleyan’s environmental scene, email Katy Hardt or Isabel Stern for more information! Help spread the word!

Deadline: Friday, September 27th
Interested? Email: Katy Hardt at khardt(at)wesleyan(dot)edu or Isabel Stern at istern(at)wesleyan(dot)edu

Design Talks: Conversations with TypeClub, 2013


Lisa Sy sez:

This Friday, join TypeClub for an early afternoon of TED-style talks relating to design.

This years speakers include:

Sewon Kang ’14, “Political Art During the Occupy Movement & More”
Lisa Sy ’13, “On the Grid”
Sofia Warren ’14, “Saul Bass, Movie-Making, and Design”
Ari Ebstein ’16, “Irony in Advertisement”

Typhoon will be served!

Learn more about TypeClub at www.typeclub.org

Date: Friday, April 19
Time: 1:00 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 115

In other typography related news, my design-themed black metal band, Hellvetica, will be warming up the audience before these talks.

TypeClub Film Screening: Design & Thinking


 Typographer par excellence Lisa Sy ’13 sez:

TypeClub will present a film screening of DESIGN & THINKING, which is a documentary that explores “design thinking.”
A description of the movie:
How do we fully engage organizations to think about the changing landscape of business, culture and society? Inspired by design thinking, this documentary grabs businessman, designers, social change-makers and individuals to portrait what they have in common when facing this ambiguous 21st century. What is design thinking? How is it applied in business models? How are people changing the worldwith their own creative minds? It is a call to the conventional minds to change and collaborate.Learn more about TypeClub at  [ http://typeclub.org ]


Date: Thursday, April 18
Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Location: 41 Wyllys, Room 114
Cost: Free


Resonance Info Session

From Kanyakrit Vongkiatkajorn ’13 (try saying that name 5 times fast):

Resonance Journal, Wesleyan’s East/Southeast Asian journal, is looking for new members for our editorial team! Anyone interested in being a part of the reviewing and editing process, designing spreads, blogging, working with website design, or East Asian culture in general should come to our informational meeting on Friday, November 16 in PAC 136 from 5-6PM. We’ll be tossing around ideas for our Spring 2012 issue.

Date: Friday, November 16
Time: 5pm
Place: PAC 136

TypeClub Wants You

Do you spend more time formatting your essays than you do writing them? Do you have visceral, sometimes sexual, dreams about kerning? Did you join the Cheese Co-op because you thought it was the Font Co-op? If so, Carlos Sanchez ’14 writes in very carefully:

TypeClub, Wesleyan’s psuedo-design agency/advertising extrordinaires, is looking to take on another designer!


  • Are a typophile
  • Proficient in the Adobe Creative Suite
  • Have time to commit
  • Designhead

Second Stage Production Seeks Lighting Designer

The Second Stage production The Adding Machine is looking for a lighting designer. Minimal experience necessary. Must be available Sunday April 8th or Monday April 9th. Lighting won’t be extravagant and we will be willing to work with your schedule!

If interested, please contact Paloma: pcarrilloisl(at)wesleyan(dot)edu

TypeClub Info Session

From Carlos Sanchez ’14:

If you’ve ever projectile vomited on the Usdan events board or broken down in tears at the unsavory sight of Comic Sans, you’re not alone. Come find solace in your like-minded peers at the very first meeting for TypeClub, Wesleyan’s first design cooperative and quasi-advertising firm for campus organizations and events.

We’re looking to recruit graphic designers, illustrators, visual artists, design thinkers and anyone interested in the following:

  • Branding
  • Poster and Logo Design
  • The Business Side of Advertising/Marketing
  • DIY Urban Design
  • Design Tutorials

If this sounds like you, come to Zilkha 202 (Upstairs) this Saturday and participate in the club’s collaborative development!
Questions and queries? Shoot us an email at westypeclub[at]gmail[dot]com.

Want us to brand your organization or design the poster for your next event? Stay tuned, homies. More news coming soon.

DATE: February 11th (this Saturday!)
TIME: 4:30 PM
PLACE: Zilkha 202

WILDWes Comes to the ‘Tube

“clean, green, smooth, well-kept, well-maintained…it’s attractive”

Before you whip out the greenface and then raze that Novembeard-turned-finals-beard, that quote isn’t excerpted from the updated College Prowler description for attractive Wesleyan students (sorry to disappoint).  No, but while you’re sitting at home wondering what you used to do before finals anyway, check out what WILDWes has been up to.

The video, by Erin O’Donnell ’12 and Ofer Levy ’12, tells us some cool facts about landscaping in the United States and some of the WILDWes organizers take us through the process.  There are some great shots of mulching and the Sustainable Landscape Design student forum from this semester.  President Michael Roth and others involved, such as from Physical Plant, express their support as well.  Just watch the video already.

You can also check out more about WILDWes on their website.