Universal Storytelling Exhibition Open House at Stanford on May 22:
Naoyuki Ishitsuka will share his research on Universal Storytelling and his animations designed to convey universal meaning without the use of words.
Please join us Thursday May 22 for refreshments and a rare opportunity to view an exceptional body of work.
Naoyuki Ishitsuka is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Persuasive Technology Lab at Stanford University where he is working on creating a universal visual language that conveys meaning without the use of human language.
Naoyuki graduated from Tama Art University in 2006 with a degree in information design. His specialization is interface design for network services, but Naoyuki has also designed works of art for companies and advertising campaigns for local governments.
In 2006 Naoyuki won the Post-it Design Award with his "Post-it is a communication tool" project. His design works centers around the need human beings have to communicate, a wellspring of meaning for the Universal Storytelling project.