Sterlin is a prolific filmmaker a founding member of the 1491s, a Native American comedy group.
Sterlin is from Holdenville, Oklahoma and belongs to the Creek and Seminole Nations. He studied painting at the University of Oklahoma before he wrote his first full-length screenplay. He returned to OU to study screenwriting in the university’s film and video department. In 2006, he received a fellowship from the United States Artists Foundation.
All four of Harjo’s feature-length films have been featured at various film festivals, including Sundance, Toronto, ImagineNative, Stockholm, and Venice.
Paul is the founder of Library of the Printed Web, an expanding physical archive devoted to web-to-print artists’ books, zines and other printout matter. The project has gathered international attention and was shown at The Book Affair at the opening of the 55th Venice Biennale, and featured in The New Yorker by Kenneth Goldsmith. Paul writes and speaks extensively about his experimental publishing research.
Previously, Soulellis Studio produced award-winning work for clients like Cornell University, TED, Waterworks, Esri, the Rockefeller Foundation and The Municipal Art Society of New York.
Paul also maintains an artist’s practice focused on site-specific publishing and social engagement around printed material. Recent projects are Portlander (England, 2014), Weymouths (England, 2012) and 530(Iceland, 2013).
Paul is a member of ABC [Artists' Books Cooperative], and his writing has been featured in publications likeThe Manual, Communication Arts and The Blue Notebook Journal for Artists’ Books. He speaks regularly about his work and has been a visiting critic at UCLA, Art Center College of Design at Pasadena, Cornell University, Columbia University, School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and Parsons The New School of Design.
Brian is a Paper Nerd and Represents the 6th Generation at the Family-Owned French Paper.
French Paper Company has been manufacturing paper for more than 140 years in the same community of Niles, Michigan. In an industry known for corporate acquisitions and shutdowns, French Paper has persevered, emerging as one of the strongest, smartest, and most consistent paper brands around.
Remaining as one of the last, small, independent mills in America, French Paper has learned to take their direction from customers, not corporate consultants. They keep their eye on the bottom line by improving their product lines, and when they talk about stock, they mean papers, not shareholder value.
We know how hard you’ve been working this past year. the level of design submitted for Graphex proves it. So take a night off to celebrate a job well done, and join us for an epic party. The best part? A majority of the night’s proceeds go to future designers via student cash awards. Graphex is more than a show honoring outstanding design – it’s a celebration of the arts.
When you enter Graphex, your work is exposed to highly talented judges from around the nation. The focus of the night is you and your work. Pieces will be featured throughout the awards presentation and on display to be viewed in person.
Graphex entries must have been published for the first time between April and now. Entries may be submitted by anyone having part in the creation of the entry.