We asked three students participating in SND32 which was their favorite international paper and why.
As Day Two drew to a close, it was not uncommon to spot lots of “used” items, scenes and people. By now 21 judges have logged nearly 30 hours apiece over the last two days — and there’s still more to come. We’re down to the last categories and entries and a number of final tasks, but there’s still lots of ground to cover before the 32nd edition is in the books. But tonight it’s time to recharge, watch the game, raise a little money for the SND Foundation and push for the final assault tomorrow morning.
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We’ve seen more designers entering pages with ads on them. We asked the experts for some advice about designing around ads.
Over the years we’ve seen some interesting composited posters — entries made up of many pages, that together form a larger whole. They’ve taken many shapes — long horizontals, illustrated life-size Michael Jordans (circa 1998), and even a 60-piece hand-drawn installment project from China chronicling the 60 years leading up to last year’s anniversary (2010 […]
When entries are placed end to end on any one of the 220 tables, it’s easy to spot design trends from papers near and far. One trend is the use of type to illustrate stories with little to now reliance upon photography. The pages here were being judged at the time they were photographed. If […]
Need some last minute wrapping paper? Maybe a life size poster of a basketball star? How about your own origami robot or day of the dead figure? Well, put on your 3-D glasses and check out some of the cool interactive pages on the tables today. Some assembly required.
Syracuse students Kuan Luo and David Miller asked the SND32 judges and facilitators to describe the experience of their first day in exactly three words. Here are some data visualizations that help break down the responses.
The Liaoning Daily wins the first gold of SND32 with their Manchurian Tiger’s Greeting for the New Year
Before judges and facilitators convened in Syracuse for SND32 judging, all were told — warned, really — to wear comfortable shoes. Here’s a collection of footwear worn by nearly all I could convince to stand still for a moment. Some shoes certainly looked comfortable, while others not so much. See if you can tell who’s […]