A quick weekend project for the Cranbrook Art Museum.

shawnclybor:

Steve Heller at Friday opening for Complaints! An inalienable right. #powerofdesign #wolfsonian

That’s my poster in the background.

shawnclybor:

Steve Heller at Friday opening for Complaints! An inalienable right. #powerofdesign #wolfsonian

That’s my poster in the background.

Mark Klett
Hallmark Lecture Poster
The University of Kansas
2014
Tim Hossler Design

Mark Klett

Hallmark Lecture Poster

The University of Kansas

2014

Tim Hossler Design

Proposal for an alteration to Detroit Tigers Cap to commemorate 40th anniversary of the ‘67 Riots
Tim Hossler Design
2005

Proposal for an alteration to Detroit Tigers Cap to commemorate 40th anniversary of the ‘67 Riots

Tim Hossler Design

2005


Paper Engineering Workshop

Matthew Shlian

The University of Kansas

March 7, 2014

Hallmark Workshop Poster
Matthew Shlian
Design: Tim Hossler

Hallmark Workshop Poster

Matthew Shlian

Design: Tim Hossler

(Source: referencescout)

Hallmark Lecture Poster
Matthew Shlian
Design: Tim Hossler

Hallmark Lecture Poster

Matthew Shlian

Design: Tim Hossler

(Source: referencescout)

Tim Hossler

Hallmark Lecture at KU

Some Slides #1

Tim Hossler

Hallmark Lecture at KU

Some Slides #2

Tim Hossler

Hallmark Lecture at KU

Some Slides #3

The Forum at Marvin Hall 
Photography: Max Mikulecky with D. Bryon Darby
Art Direction and Design: Tim Hossler

The Forum at Marvin Hall 

Photography: Max Mikulecky with D. Bryon Darby

Art Direction and Design: Tim Hossler

referencescout:

Photo Shoot (December 2013)

Construction Fence Banner 

produced for The Forum at Marvin Hall 

groundbreaking celebration 

Photography: Max Mikulecky with D. Bryon Darby

Art Direction and Design: Tim Hossler

referencescout:

Photo Shoot (December 2013)

Construction Fence Banner 

produced for The Forum at Marvin Hall 

groundbreaking celebration 

Photography: Max Mikulecky with D. Bryon Darby

Art Direction and Design: Tim Hossler

Construction Fence Banner 

produced for The Forum at Marvin Hall 

groundbreaking celebration 

Photography: Max Mikulecky with D. Bryon Darby

Art Direction and Design: Tim Hossler

Paris + London




Comparing CulturesThe pop culture writer/critic William Gibson cites power plugs and the covers of paperbacks as examples of ‘mirror-world’ objects that differ slightly from country to country. These seemingly banal objects actually help define what makes places unique. In the Design Department’s Paris+London Summer Program students will explore Architecture, Art, Design as well as everyday culture to better understand these two great cities. We will search for what defines each city and how they compare to each other.




This will be a multi-departmental, hybrid program that mixes graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, industrial designers and environmental designers. The program will focus on the cities of Paris and London, both known for their historic importance as well as world centers of contemporary architecture and design. Students will not be separated by department but will learn from the exposure to other disciplines.
FACULTYTim HosslerAs the former in-house art director for photographer Annie Leibovitz Tim helped Ms. Leibovitz create her most memorable images, books and exhibitions of the late 90’s through the early 2000’s. Tim holds a degree in Architecture from Kansas State University (1993) and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art (2005). He was the Director of Design at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) and the Art Director of The Wolfsonian–Florida International University in Miami Beach before coming to KU in 2011.

http://www.design.ku.edu/paris-london

Paris + London

Comparing Cultures
The pop culture writer/critic William Gibson cites power plugs and the covers of paperbacks as examples of ‘mirror-world’ objects that differ slightly from country to country. These seemingly banal objects actually help define what makes places unique. In the Design Department’s Paris+London Summer Program students will explore Architecture, Art, Design as well as everyday culture to better understand these two great cities. We will search for what defines each city and how they compare to each other.

This will be a multi-departmental, hybrid program that mixes graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, industrial designers and environmental designers. The program will focus on the cities of Paris and London, both known for their historic importance as well as world centers of contemporary architecture and design. Students will not be separated by department but will learn from the exposure to other disciplines.

FACULTY
Tim
 Hossler
As the former in-house art director for photographer Annie Leibovitz Tim helped Ms. Leibovitz create her most memorable images, books and exhibitions of the late 90’s through the early 2000’s. Tim holds a degree in Architecture from Kansas State University (1993) and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art (2005). He was the Director of Design at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) and the Art Director of The Wolfsonian–Florida International University in Miami Beach before coming to KU in 2011.

http://www.design.ku.edu/paris-london