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Poster design for Maeda lecture

2008 | Golan Levin

Poster design for Maeda lecture

John Maeda's current and former students (from his ACG and PLW graduate research groups at the MIT Media Laboratory) were invited to create posters for his farewell lecture at MIT, which took place on May 16, 2008. Using a diffusion-limited aggregation simulation technique borrowed from my Dendron project (2000), my poster image took about 68 minutes to "grow".

In an initiative organized by Amber Frid-Jimenez, former and current students of John Maeda designed posters for his farewell lecture. Participants included: James Seo, Justin Manor, Kate Hollenbach, Reed Kram, David Small, Myoung Lah, Matthew Grenby, Kelly Norton, Takashi Okamoto, Kyle Buza, Luis Blackaller, Laura Martini, James Dai, Casey Reas, Amber Frid-Jimenez, Burak Arikan, Golan Levin, Elise Co, and Nikita Pashenkov. The complete set of posters can be seen linked from here:

Posters by all participants

Computational design, generative design, diffusion-limited aggregation, DLA, poster, typography, letters, type, morphosynthesis, growth, form, black-and-white, organic, simulation.

Additional Resources
The full-resolution version of my poster can be found here, on my Flickr site.
Posters by other Maeda alums and students include this one by Casey Reas; these by Justin Manor; and this collection created by Luis Blackaller and others. The poster programme was organized by Amber Frid-Jimenez.

Images (click to enlarge)

Poster design for Maeda lecture