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July 2015

Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

Yale School of Art

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

Yotam Hadar. "Module Operandi–Pegboard Personalization Kit," 2014. Perforated hardboard, 1 inch 3D printed parts. 24 × 48 inches.

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

Yotam Hadar. “There Are Some Holes in My Thesis.” Catalogue Raisonné (8/2013—5/2015).

Michela Povoleri. “Move Imagine Remove Reimagine,” 2015.

Seugn Eun Chung. Various works.

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

Kee Kim. "Embossing," 2014. Imprint on paper, 20x24 inches.

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

Jiyoni Kim. "24/7 News Cycle Modulator," 2014. Inkjet on paper, acrylic, 20 x 1 x 20 inches.

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

Nejc Prah. Thesis book, 2015.

Tim Ripper. "Fragment of a Map of the Universe," 2015. 10.25 x 15.5 inches, 80 pages.

Kim Kee. Thesis book, 2015.

PLOT: Yale Graphic Design MFA 2015 Thesis Show

The graphic design program focuses on the development of a cohesive, investigative body of work, also known as the student’s thesis. At Yale, the graphic design thesis is conceived as a loose framework within which each student’s visual method is deployed across many diverse projects during his or her two-year course of study. While every thesis project is unique, there are several common features: a focus on methodology, the application of a visual method to studio work, and the organization of the work in a thoughtfully argued written document and catalogue raisonné, also known as the “Thesis Book.”

Participating Artists

SeungEun Chung
Richard Espinosa 
Jonathan Gorman 
Yotam Hadar 
Jenny Hung
Yuanchen Jiang
Marvin de Jong 
Jiyoni Kim 
Kee Kim
Erin Knutson
Loide Marwanga
Ryan Gerald Nelson 
Eric Nylund
Michela Povoleri 
Nejc Prah
Timothy Ripper
Ria Roberts
John-Paul Wolforth

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