Columbia University’s Centennial Celebration of its Core Curriculum has begun and you might spot a strange logo here and there around the campus. Having designed the logotype, I wanted to give a visual overview of the work involved in making it.…continue
Taking a moment from current life flux to note that Leonardo da Vinci, a great human being, died 500 years ago on 1519 May 2nd.…continue
A glimpse of the logotype design for Columbia University’s Centennial Celebration of the Core Curriculum.
The background image in this test is a detail of Eugène Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People.
It has been a pleasure to work with Columbia College on this project.
For millions of years mankind lived just like the animals. Then something happened which unleashed the power of our imagination: we learned to talk.
It doesn’t have to be like this. All we need to do is make sure we keep talking.
From The Galileo Project website’s page on Galileo’s drawings of sunspots: In 1612 during the summer months, Galileo made a series of sunspot observations which were published in Istoria e Dimostrazioni Intorno Alle Macchie Solari e Loro Accidenti Rome (History and Demonstrations Concerning Sunspots and their Properties, published 1613). Because these observations were made at appoximately the same time of day, the motion of the spots across the Sun can easily be seen.…continue
Raimondo Betti (Professor, Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University) stands next to the Cable Corrosion Monitoring System, a major research project he led at Columbia’s Carleton Lab.
Here is the poster I designed for his talk at the Italian Academy: