The 2013 Thirst Artist in Residence (3st Air) program is proud to offer the first of four collectable limited editions made in collaboration with the iconic Chicago artist, Matthew Hoffman, now available at the 3st AiR store.
Moving Design is a place where passionate designers with activist spirits come together and respond to social and civic issues which benefit from communication design.
Our work is collaborative and focused on making public interventions on various scales. Most of what we design is prototypical and put into the world as a first iteration of an idea. At the end of our 4- to 8-week interventions, we have a vast collection of open source ideas and possible means to advance the public understanding of the issue.
Thirst teamed with Drew University and consultant Infinite Sum to shape how this historic liberal arts institution just outside New York City defines itself for the next generation.
The result: Full-Impact Learning, a brand that breathes new life into an education that pushes students to think, question and shun intellectual complacency. At its core, Full-Impact Learning is built on small class sizes and personal attention from faculty, experiential learning and meaningful pathways to guide students into the working world.
Our work, which encompassed print, web and video, allowed Drew leaders, including David Muha, the university’s chief communications officer, to see design as a transformative force.