Posterzine® is People of Print's monthly publishing project taking the form of a mini-magazine which folds out into an A1 format poster. Lithographically printed by Pressision Ltd in Leeds, UK using two Pantone spot colors.
TEDxACCD started out as a student-lead initiative to host an independently organized TEDx event at Art Center College of Design. That goal evolved into a Trans-Disciplinary Studio (TDS) course, sponsored by Designmatters and taught by Rob Ball and Petrula Vrontkis in the Environmental Design Department, focusing on the influence of systems-thinking, constructive collaboration and the interaction of ideas. The first TEDxACCD was held in June 2012, the second in September 2015, and the third in November 2017.
The Humanities and Sciences records consist of a few folders and digital files of mostly email announcements of the Big Picture lecture series and various Research Symposiums. Of note are a couple syllabi for the Art of Research class.
The Charles McHose papers are a photocopy of a typed manuscript created by McHose that pays tribute to Joe Farrer's clay modeling work on the 1967 Shelby Mustang. The manuscript was presented to his widow, Rosa Farrer, at the 2007 memorial for Joe at Art Center.
This collection consists of a few files of Illustration Department Chair Ann Field. From 2005 is a presentation introducing the rebranding of the department titled "The New Illustration". Also included is a portfolio of student work submitted to NASAD accreditation, March 2008.
The Graduate Media Design collection consists mainly of files and books related to class projects and special events, and brochures about the department. Of special note are the project books for "Tweens: Technology, Personal Agency, and Engagement." This project was part of their Super Studio and co-sponsored by Hewlett Packard.
This collection consists of a few files of Illustration Department Co-Chairs Gary Meyer and David Mocarski. Most of the documents seem to be collected for a 2002 departmental self-study. Also included is a poster of a lecture given by alumnus Syd Mead.
These International Initiatives files document the programs and projects of the department, including Designmatters, from its inception in 2001. The bulk of the collection, the files of Series 2, documents Designmatters projects such as the Nyumbani village in Kenya and class sponsorships. Series 3 contains materials related to the biennial Art Center Design Conference, from initial planning to post-conference feedback. The Centro de Diseño y Arte documented in Series 4 is a Mexican art school established under the guidance of Art Center faculty and staff. Departmental computer files are on CDs in Series 5. Series 6 consists of posters advertising Designmatters programs, as well as a few of student work.
The Graduate Industrial Design collection consists of department brochures and information about the courses. Of particular note is the 2006 book "9 Point Perspective" which spotlights student work and research.