This is a foundation course in typography with an emphasis on using type for a multiple of industry related applications ranging from print to interactive.

Author: Emmanuel DeWalt

Through the Streets of Bed-Stuy


The typography of my neighborhood shows that things are constantly changing and I feel that my neighborhood is entering the modern times. These three pictures are proof of that especially the one that says 865 Willoughby, which is a new apartment building that was built a year or two ago. The typography on the building shows that Bed-Stuy is getting a whole new look to it and welcoming new people into our neighborhood. I’m glad to see that Bed-Stuy is changing because once in a while there are things that need to be renovated. That way people can have an easy shift when visiting Bed-Stuy, either to shop here, eat here or live here. I can’t wait to see what else Bed-Stuy is going to add to the neighborhood.

Introduction to Myself Assignment

My name is Emmanuel DeWalt, but you can call me Manny for short. This isn’t my first year at City Tech but this is my first time learning in the Communication Design major department. Last year I was in the Electromechanical Technology Engineering major but I didn’t really like it that much. It didn’t  feel right for me. I’m not the best at drawing; actually, I don’t really know how to draw. You might ask “Why did I choose an major that involves drawing?” Even though I don’t have an artistic talent I am able to think creatively and so I’m in this major to learn the in’s and out’s of drawing putting my creative thinking to the test. My spare time involves mostly sleeping and hanging out with my friends. Sometimes I enjoy the comfort of my own home and like to stay there for a while mostly during the weekdays if I have to go to school or not.


Picture Credit to Yan Ling Moy