Student billboards on display in Times Square

Six students from New York City’s High School of Art and Design are being given an opportunity that many designers only dream of – their designs will be featured on Clear Channel’s “Spectacolor HD” digital billboard in Times Square. The billboards were created as part of Create! Don’t Hate., a Design Ignites Change mentoring initiative.. Read More »

Sidewalk Catwalk struts down Broadway

Worldstudio’s multifaceted capabilities are on display in a project with our longstanding client, the Fashion Center Business Improvement District. In addition to branding, collateral and environmental graphics, Worldstudio was instrumental in soliciting sponsors and funding for the Fashion Center’s new public art initiative, Sidewalk Catwalk. This outdoor exhibition features over thirty mannequins creatively “dressed” by some. Read More »

A tasty way to support a Design Ignites Change Implementation Award winner

Made possible through the Design Ignites Change Implementation Award, the first delicious products from PieLab’s Pecans! business are now for sale online. The goal of Pecans! is to teach local youth in rural Greensboro, Alabama to create a profitable business using a plentiful local resource. [ viagra testimonials | viagra sale online | make your. Read More »

Rollout of Funding Social Change workshops

Worldstudio recently rolled out the first in a series of workshops for creative professionals that teach funding strategies for socially responsible projects. The initial beginner’s level workshop – which has now taken place in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, New York and San Francisco – provides an overview of various funding models and addresses how to include. Read More »

Worldstudio welcomes three new corporate partners to Design Ignites Change

BAND-AID® Brand, Clear Channel Outdoor and Sappi Fine Paper North America recently joined forces with Worldstudio and Adobe Youth Voices to support Design Ignites Change in a common and collaborative mission to engage high school and college students in creating solutions to pressing social issues in their own communities. [ viagra blister 4 | order. Read More »

Announcing the Design Ignites Change
2009 Implementation Award winners

Design Ignites Change, a collaboration between Adobe Youth Voices and Worldstudio, is excited to announce the inaugural 2009 Implementation Award winners: PieLab’s Pecans! and Kansas City Art Institute’s A Book by its Cover: Reading Stereotypes and Freewall: Making Space for Diversity. The biannual award program recognizes exceptional proposals for design intended to make the world. Read More »

Urban Forest Project Toledo

In mid-April, The Urban Forest Project Toledo, a collaboration between AIGA Toledo (the Toledo chapter of AIGA, the professional association of design), SWEAT and the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo, will plant 50 street banners by artists and designers in downtown Toledo. Each banner will use the form of or metaphor for the tree to. Read More »

Worldstudio and School of Visual Arts launch
Impact! Design for Social Change

Impact! Design for Social Change A six week intensive workshop July 12 – August 20, 2010 Worldstudio and the School of Visual Arts in New York City are launching an exciting six week summer intensive called Impact! Design for Social Change. [ overseas viagra | cialis quick shipment | how to make viagra | buying. Read More »

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom honors
The Urban Forest Project

After a week of rain, the sunny Saturday afternoon of January 23rd brought together a diverse group of designers, artists, high school students and business and civic leaders, along with residents from the Bayview community in San Francisco to celebrate the environment, education and public arts. The event, at the Bayview Opera House, was a. Read More »

Upcoming sponsorship deadlines for The Urban Forest Project in San Francisco and DC

The Urban Forest Project is a unique opportunity for corporations and organizations to align with an initiative that supports the environment, education and public art. This April, the project will plant 100 street banners by students, artists and designers in high traffic areas of San Francisco and Washington DC in celebration of Earth Day. The. Read More »