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Getting Away With Shit

Thu, Apr 2, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Morningstar Inc.
22 West Washington Street
Chicago, IL 60602

6pm Registration
6:30pm Presentation
8pm After Party and Book Signing at the Hard Rock Hotel

Member $20
Non-member $30
Student $10

Getting Away With Shit
Like many designers, Timothy Goodman is held down by rules and parameters that constantly stifle him. So how does he get his own sensibilities into his work? A couple of years ago, he decided to redirect his design career and push himself into new, scary, and unexpected territory through drawing, writing, and personal projects. He rather approach graphic design as a practice, not as a profession. Join Timothy as he reveals his way of getting away with shit.

About Timothy Goodman
Timothy Goodman is a designer, illustrator, and art director based in New York City. His clients include Airbnb, Google, Ford, J.Crew, MoMA, Target, The New Yorker, and The New York Times. Previously, Timothy worked in-house at Apple Inc., where he helped integrate Apple’s visual language across third party environments. He has received awards from most major design & illustration publications including The Art Directors Young Guns and Print magazine's New Visual Artist. Timothy graduated from the School of Visual Arts in NYC, where he now teaches. In conjunction with his client work, he spends a significant amount of time on personal projects and writing, such as his Instagram writing series Memories of a Girl I Never Knew, which was recently exhibited at Colette in Paris, France. In 2013, Timothy and Jessica Walsh created a personal project called 40 Days of Dating. It has received over 10 million unique visitors, became a book, and they optioned the film rights of their story to Warner Bros. They are currently in the middle of another crazy experiment.

Special thanks to Sharlene King, AIGA Chicago Programming VP, for organizing this event, and to Bright Bright Great for providing the artwork.

Wine sponsored by Dark Horse Wine.

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