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Kistner Supply's new site launches fall 2016.

The new design for Kistner Supply’s site will launch this fall 2016.

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“Normalization of Deviance,” a film-poem collaboration with Charlotte Pence, was selected for screening at Utopia/Dystopia, June 2, 2016. From the program: “Commemorating the 500th anniversary of Thomas More’s Utopia and as part of our Poetry Film + special events, Liberated Words presents Utopia/Dystopia — an international selection of films from top international poetry filmmakers” at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, Bath, Avon, UK. Happy to be part of the event! —6.16


Dave Richardson Design

A designer and educator, Dave Richardson is an Associate Professor of Graphic Design and teaches interactive and motion design/video courses in the Department of Art at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois. Selected recent clients include: Kistner Supply, the Indiana University Foundation, Monroe Humane, Spokane Public Radio, and Sleeping Dogs Studio. His personal creative work centers on film-poems and motion design narratives, and his films have been curated into national and international film festivals. He also creates mixed media art with found typography, images, and objects. He can be contacted about anything at dave(at)rockyhillstudio.com

View graphic design and film projects in Portfolio and selected videos on Vimeo.

Read recent notes on renovating the old farmhouse in the blog/journal.

Or glance at pics of the last few years of living on the land.


"Make time for making new things," digital and analog; 6.16

“Make time for making new things,” digital and analog —6.16

“Priority,” collage in process —5.15.

Chapbook cover design in process, art by Andrew Marvick.—3.15

Chapbook cover design in process, art by Andrew Marvick —3.15

Flying into Utah for Art Insights presentation. Great to be back in the mountains for a few days.

Flying into Utah for Art Insights presentation at SUU, Nov. 2014. Great to be back in the mountains for a few days.


“Never lose your capacity for astonishment.”
—Milton Glaser


On a Prophet had both simplicity and emotional complexity, was truly compelling, and all of its elements formed a stunningly integrated whole,” noted judges Helen Moore and Howard Vause at Liberated Words III (2014)

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