Internship: Marie-Noelle Hebert
Monday September 29th 2014, 9:05 am
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Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics 2: Illustrated by Google, Marie-Noelle Hebert

I’m happy to announce that I’ve recently brought on Marie-Noelle Hebert as a design intern at the studio. Marie-Noelle is a recent graduate of the Master’s of Design at York University, and completed her undergraduate degree at Concordia University, where I was lucky to have her as a student in my Culture of Images class.

Marie-Noelle brings a shared critical perspective of graphic design alongside a sophisticated editorial and typographic approach that will enrich the work we are doing.


Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics 2: Illustrated by Google

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Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics 1

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Her extensive thesis work at York (samples pictured above) investigates the role of disruption within aesthetic practice.

“The research focused on uncovering how the language of graphic design can be used to stimulate disciplinary and socio-cultural discourse; how graphic designers can break away from disciplinary limitations by adopting a critical stance towards traditional forms of representation.”

This statement quite accurately describes what we attempt to do here at the studio as well. We’ve got many exciting projects coming up, and I’m glad to have Marie-Noelle with us for the next few months.

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