Leslie Atzmon, who is Professor of Graphic Design and Design History at Eastern Michigan University, received her M.F.A. in graphic design at E.M.U., and her Ph.D. in design history at Middlesex University in London, England. Atzmon has published articles in the journals Design Issues, Design and Culture, Eye, Visual Communication, and Book 2.0. She edited the collection Visual Rhetoric and the Eloquence of Design (Parlor Press 2011), and she is currently co-editing the anthology The Graphic Design Reader (Bloomsbury 2015) with Teal Triggs of the Royal College of Art and the collection Encountering Things with industrial designer Prasad Boradkar (Bloomsbury 2015). Atzmon and colleague Ryan Molloy were awarded an NEA grant to run experimental book workshops, and to edit, design, and produce the book The Open Book Project. The Open Book Project explores the history and future of the book through written essays and an exhibition catalogue. Atzmon is an editor for the new Journal of Communication Design (Bloomsbury, first issue forthcoming spring 2015).
|01.||The Open Book Project (co-written with Ryan Molloy)||issue 18: June 2015|