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BFA Massachusetts College of Art and Design
MFA Boston University
Richard B. Doubleday is an associate professor in the area of graphic design at Louisiana State University’s School of Art. He holds a 2017–18 Fulbright Fellowship where he is a Senior Scholar at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Doubleday received his MFA in graphic design from Boston University, where he was a Dean’s Scholar. His current research includes documenting the developing contemporary visual language of design in China in an aesthetic, cultural, and design historical context.
Doubleday has taught workshops around the world including China, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru and has led study abroad programs in London. He has exhibited his poster designs at many international events and competitions around the globe including the Golden Bee, Moscow Biennale of Graphic Design and the International Poster Triennial in Toyama, Japan.
Doubleday is a contributing author of Dialectic, A scholarly journal of thought leadership, education and practice in the discipline of visual communication design (Ann Arbor, MI, USA: Michigan publishing, 2017), Graphic: 500 Designs that Matter (London, UK: Phaidon Press, 2017), and Ornament and Initial: Beauty of Graphic Design, 17-20th Century (PIE Books, Tokyo 2014). He has been published extensively in leading graphic design journals.
ART 4541 Special Topics in Graphic Design, Typography: Form and Meaning
ART 4541 Special Topics in Graphic Design, Motion Graphics
ART 4561 Survey of Graphic Design History
ART 4564 Senior Graphic Design Capstone
ART 4555 Senior Graphic Design Portfolio
ART 7500 Graduate Graphic Design Seminar