VCFA MFA in Graphic Design collateral

Collateral design for VCFA's MFA in Graphic Design Program


Over the past decade, Ian Lynam Design has created countless pieces of promotional collateral for Vermont College of Fine Arts’ MFA in Graphic Design program. These projects span the gamut of print, web, editorial, and broadcast-based projects.


We designed, developed, and curate Perpetual Beta, the official blog for VCFA’s MFA Program in Graphic Design. Check it out here:


Perpetual Beta is chock full of the latest news from VCFA faculty, alumni and students. A highlight is the “Huh?” interview series, over forty different interviews with the world’s leading designers, design critics, design theorists, and design writers.


We’ve made a handful of different apparel designs for the program — this one is a Bauhaus yin/yang design.


A detail of a shirt design highlighting the DNA of VCFA’s MFA in Graphic Design riffing on the Bauhaus model of education.


A series of six Risograph poster designs created with fellow VCFA faculty member Dave Peacock.


Each poster features imagery of work by VCFA alumni.


We designed pocket-size notebooks for the program printed in one-color and available at conferences.


We’ve designed countless pieces of print collateral, flyers, brochures and posters for the program.

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Glow-in-the-dark button designs that were packaged in sets and given away at conferences.


VCFA GD stickers!


We also designed the Fauxkucha presentation format, a tidy riff on the Pechakucha format which makes presentations leaner and meaner. We designed and developed the Fauxkucha website which you can check out here:


Ian Lynam Design has also created a dizzying number of web banners and animated materials for VCFA’s online marketing initiatives.