Archive for September, 2015

Friday Hot Links

Friday, September 11th, 2015

Happy Friday! We want to share some interesting articles and stories shared online by the SVACE faculty and community.


The Worm vs. the Meatball (New York Times): Designers take another look at NASA’s late, minimalist logo. (via Kevin Brainard)

Delving Deeper in Drawing (Scientific American): “When we draw, we see the things we’d otherwise overlook.” (via Tristan Elwell)

Paint with Donald Trump (Paint with Donald Trump): Exactly as it sounds. (via Robert Stribley)

Going Gray

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

Grayson Cox, SVACE faculty member and Residencies alum, is busy this season! Hot on the heels of a summer group show at Marc Straus, Grayson’s work is featured in two group shows this month.

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Grayson Cox and Nadja Frank, “Lost in Reality,” 2015

Halftone, a group show at Planthouse, features Lost in Reality (2015), a collaborative silkscreen and letterpress print with Nadja Frank. Grayson and Nadja teamed up last spring for SELF Check Out,a two-person show at the same gallery.


Grayson Cox and Nadja Frank, “Lost in Reality,” 2015

Published by the Artist at International Print Center New York (IPCNY) is a much larger group show, bringing together approximately 100 artists. The show focuses on self-published editions. Grayson will exhibit We came here on a meteor and evolved (2014).

We came here on a meteor and evolved

Grayson Cox, “We came here on a meteor and evolved” (2014)


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