Tall Tales From a Large Man at UMBC

Using scientific proof and state-of-the-art multimedia techniques, Aaron James Draplin of the Draplin Design Codelivers a sucker punch of a talk that aims to provide bonafide proof of work, the highs and lows of a ferociously independent existence and a couple tall tales from his so-called career in the cutthroat world of contemporary graphic design.

Just a regular guy with a trajectory a little dirtier than yours, his talk is open to all oncomers brave enough to show up. If you are a youngster, you may find yourself inspired to attack your design future in a different way. If you are established, you may just leave feeling grateful you don’t have anything to do with him. Hard to say. Be there!

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Thursday, April 9th
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

University of Maryland, Baltimore County
First floor of the Albin O. Kuhn Library
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250

Free and open to the public

Top Floor of the Walker Avenue Garage. This is adjacent to the Library. For more information see the Parking Map.

  • Visitor parking is available in metered lots with either single space mechanical meters or a pay and display station.
  • Mechanical meters are enforced year round Monday-Friday from 7:30 am until 9:00 pm. Meter fees are $.25 for each 15 minutes, quarters only, maximum time of 5 hours. Parking Services does not guarantee that change will be available on campus. The mechanical meters are located at the Administration Drive Garage.
  • Pay and display visitor parking is $2.00 per hour and payable by MasterCard, Visa or exact currency (no change provided). Pay and display parking is enforced Monday-Friday from 7:00 am until 7:00 pm. Pay and display visitor parking is located at Lot 7, Lot 9, Commons Garage first level and Walker Ave Garage top level.
  • A visitor with a disabled plate/placard may park in a metered space on Administration Dr Garage without cost for a maximum of 5 hours. The Pay and Display visitor pay stations are ADA compliant and visitors with disabled plate/placard will need to pay when parking in these areas.
By AIGA Baltimore
Published March 26, 2015