MUGAR LIBRARY
ANITA GREENE SCHOLARS

Funded by the Anita M. Greene Library Work scholars Fund, the Mugar Greene Scholars create graphic material such as bookmarks, posters, and videos that promote the mission of the Boston University library system (2017—2019). 

 
During finals, we design uplifting posters that hopefully ease the tension in the library during the stressful time of year.

During finals, we design uplifting posters that hopefully ease the tension in the library during the stressful time of year.

A 90’s internet inspired instagram gif reminding students to reach out to librarians for help.

A 90’s internet inspired instagram gif reminding students to reach out to librarians for help.

This instagram graphic reminds students to take care of themselves while studying.

This instagram graphic reminds students to take care of themselves while studying.

This poster encourages hesitant students to get out of the “BU Bubble” by visiting the Museum of Fine Arts and the Mary Baker Eddy Library in Fenway.

This poster encourages hesitant students to get out of the “BU Bubble” by visiting the Museum of Fine Arts and the Mary Baker Eddy Library in Fenway.

Midterms and the Boston Marathon happen to coincide at Boston University!

Midterms and the Boston Marathon happen to coincide at Boston University!

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I submitted a proposal to design the annual Mugar Library T-shirt and this is how it turned out. It’s a simple representation of studying at night while gazing at the Charles River—an experience that almost every Boston University student can relate to.

I submitted a proposal to design the annual Mugar Library T-shirt and this is how it turned out. It’s a simple representation of studying at night while gazing at the Charles River—an experience that almost every Boston University student can relate to.

 
A logo identity system created for a “Crowd Cafe” event hosted by BU Libraries. This is a digital humanities event which encourages crowd-based activities such as the Wikipedia-edit-athon. Librarians were able to place their own text in the speech bubbles as the events were changed.

A logo identity system created for a “Crowd Cafe” event hosted by BU Libraries. This is a digital humanities event which encourages crowd-based activities such as the Wikipedia-edit-athon. Librarians were able to place their own text in the speech bubbles as the events were changed.

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Illustrations for a   Sam West   ’s  zine highlighting the importance of free speech in Boston. This collaborative zine served as an informational yet brief and playful introduction into the world of free speech.

Illustrations for a Sam West’s zine highlighting the importance of free speech in Boston. This collaborative zine served as an informational yet brief and playful introduction into the world of free speech.

 
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A bookmark for the Pickering Educational Resources Library at Boston University. Simple shapes and a limited color palette emphasize the rudimentary and developmental building blocks that are important in all aspects of education.

A bookmark for the Pickering Educational Resources Library at Boston University. Simple shapes and a limited color palette emphasize the rudimentary and developmental building blocks that are important in all aspects of education.