Monthly Archives: July 2013

HARLEQUIN EDITOR FINDS HER OWN “HAPPILY EVER AFTER,” 25 YEARS LATER

In 1984, high-school-sophomore Patience Smith, wallflower and devourer of romance novels, gets ditched by her date at a formal dance. Sam Bloom, a popular, handsome, devilish senior she’s crushing on big time, whirls her into a dance. After he graduates … Continue reading

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DJ SPOOKY HAS DONE EVERYTHING EXCEPT TAKE A VACATION

Hue is ambivalent about the concept of a “renaissance man,” not least because women need not apply. But OK, maybe just this once. Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid, who guested at FIT’s Sustainable Business and Design … Continue reading

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ADVERTISING DESIGN ALUM CREATES A KNOCKOUT PHOTO

Hue has long been a fan of photographer Alex Bitar, Advertising Design ’92.  He shoots for a wide variety of clients, including Aéropostale and Polo Ralph Lauren, but he also takes some amazing pictures on his own. Bitar took the … Continue reading

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SUCCESSFUL ROMANCE NOVEL COVER ILLUSTRATOR’S LIFE AFTER THE DEATH OF THE ROMANCE NOVEL COVER

For more than 20 years, Leslie Peck, Illustration ’87, painted the covers of romance novels, bodice ripper and genteel love story alike. Although the contents may have been tawdry (Hue wouldn’t know), the covers were often masterful. Take a look … Continue reading

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GETTIN’ CRAFTY WITH HUE

Hue’s summer issue features a profile of Katie Covington and Janet Crowther, Jewelry Design ’08 and ’09, respectively, and their company, For the Makers. Essentially, it’s a monthly subscription to a craft box, a little kit with the materials for … Continue reading

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