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Andrew Clark


Andrew Clark is a designer at MINIMAL and a collaborator in MAS Studio. He has designed solutions for communications, brand, vision, experience, and visualization projects. His work is featured in Shanghai Transforming (Actar, 2008), Building Globalization (UChicago Press, 2011), and “Work Review” (GOOD Transparency).


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Embracing Idiosyncratic Weirdness

Iker Gil and Andrew Clark interview Moby

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Chicago Production: Raw Quality

Iker Gil and Andrew Clark talk to Arnold Horween III, president of Horween Leather Co., and John Culliton, VP sales

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Visual Complexity

Iker Gil and Andrew Clark interview Manuel Lima

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1000 Hour Exposures

Andrew Clark interviews photographer Michael Chrisman

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Designer Andrew Clark visualizes the SUPERFUND program

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Intuitive Design

Andrew Clark and Iker Gil interview Naoto Fukasawa on the occasion of his lecture and exhibition in Chicago hosted by Luminaire

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Delivering an Emotion

Designer Andrew Clark interviews Jenova Chen, co-founder and creative director of thatgamecompany

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(As) American (As) Power

Iker Gil and Andrew Clark interview photographer Mitch Epstein, author of American Power

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Assembly Required

Andrew Clark introduces the packages, pieces and steps behind the styled and priced dioramas by Ikea

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Work Review

Designer Andrew Clark visualizes the complex system of Work

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Spanning Lines of Longitude and Latitude

Essay by Iker Gil and Andrew Clark, editors of MAS Context University Works

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Discussing University Works

A conversation between Andrew Clark, Judith De Jong, Alexander Eisenschimdt, Iker Gil, Jimenez Lai, Paul Preissner, Juan Manuel Rois, and Karla Sierralta