Artist Talk Archive: Aaron Draplin – September, 2014

Art Unbound
Art Unbound
Artist Talk Archive: Aaron Draplin - September, 2014

This episode of the Portland Art Museum Podcast digs into the archives to an Artist Talk by Aaron Draplin, a Portland-based graphic designer whose reputation expands far beyond Oregon. In this Artist Talk from 2014, Aaron discusses his work as it relates to Hilaire Hiler’s “San Francisco Street“.

Mentioned in this episode:
San Francisco Street:;id=31370;type=101
666 Logos –
TEDx Talk –
Larry Poons, “Open Country” –;id=32652;type=101
Bicentennial logo –
Iowa Landscape poster –
Space Shuttle poster –
Thick Lines poster series –
Sasquatch Festival logo –
Logo for Target –
Saul Bass’s Bell Telephone Logo –
Montana poster –
Colorado poster –
South Dakota poster –
Iowa poster –
Oregon T-Shirt –
Sun T-Shirt –

Young Aaron’s Self-Potrtait –

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