Show & Tell: Adi Goodrich
Presented by the Graphic Design Program of the School of Art + Design, Portland State University
Show & Tell is an almost weekly lecture series that invites working professionals to blow our minds with wisdom, both in person and through the magic of the World Wide Web! Our lectures happen most Thursdays at noon in the Art Building, 2000 SW 5th Avenue, Room 320. The public is welcome and the lectures are free!
January 9, 2014
Adi hails from Chicago. She grew up with a father who owned an architectural preservation/woodworking business, needless to say, she’s been holding power tools since elementary school.
With a background in building and an education from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and La Sorbonne in Painting/Drawing, Architectural preservation and Art history, set design is the perfect culmination for her.
In 2009, Adi Goodrich moved to Los Angeles to begin a career in window dressing and design, she worked both for Barney’s New York in Beverly Hills and Anthropologie. This quickly transformed her skills into doing Production Design for commercials and Set Design for photo.
Adi’s work is inspired by collaboration, art history, foliage, architecture, outsider art, growing up in the flattened Midwest, relations in color and the use of new materials.
Client list includes: Wieden + Kennedy, Apple, Adult Swim, Pizza Hut, Toyota, Dewar’s, Nixon, Hampton Inn, Peeps, RCA, Sony Music, The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Magazine, Tostitos, Airwick, M. Ward, Ra Ra Riot, Universal Records, Motown Records,Toro Lawnmowers, RSA Productions, Suave, Good Magazine, Columbia University, UC Irvine, Nickelodeon, Native Shoes, etc.
January 16, 2014
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Our Portland, Oregon headquarters include an integrated printing plant, design studio, editorial offices, and a book manufacturing facility. Within its walls, we combine craft and ingenuity to produce results of the highest quality.
Fueled by a passion for ink, paper, and collaboration, Pinball powers Scout Books and its editorial arm Good Ink, as well as a variety of custom projects. With all of these endeavors, we use 100% recycled papers, vegetable-based inks, and renewable energy sources.
Over the past decade, we’ve had the pleasure of working with hundreds of amazing people and businesses all over the world, and logged thousands of hours producing our library of projects.
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