Designer (Art Direction)
Member since November 10, 2010
Paul Notzold is a new media artist and designer specializing in mobile and interactive technology. Notzold received his MFA from Parsons, the New School for Design’s graduate Design & Technology program, where he later taught. His most notable work TXTual Healing (www.txtualhealing.com) has been exhibited and performed internationally, appearing in Google’s Creative Internet (slide 65) and publications including the recent Taschen volume Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art, The Economist, Wired, Time Magazine, Overspray and the book Street Art and the War On Terror: How the World’s Best Graffiti Artists Said NO to the Iraq War.
Paul has given presentations on teaching cell phone based curriculum and the mobile phone’s place in society to design organizations such as AIGA, and to the educational institutions University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University among others. In 2007 he won a Cannes Bronze Lion for his work with Credo Mobile and In 2008 he was invited by the Obama campaign to execute a piece for a ten night road trip asking people to finish the phrase “I’m voting because…” Currently he is working with the San Francisco Arts Commission creating an urban revitalization piece to launch Dec 2, 2010 with a grant received from the National Endowment for the Arts.
With 13+ years designing & building large scale online experiences, Paul has worked for clients such as TIME Magazine, People Magazine, Nokia, HBO, Hershey, Intel, Bank of America, Mercedes, Madison Square Garden, Scholastic, Warner Bros., Entertainment Weekly, and Neutrogena.