• blink blink kits provide circuit materials to make fun DIY, art & fashion projects with technology. Designed with girls, for girls!

    Help fund this 2014 New Challenge winner. Created by Design & Technology graduate students, blink blink helps girls overcome the barriers of entering STEM fields.

  • 52 weeks was the perfect number to draw a deck of cards, so each week last year I drew a new card & now we're ready to print them all!

    Kimberly Ellen Hall is a part-time faculty member in Parsons' Fashion BFA program and a designer at the Philadelphia-based firm, Nottene. Support her latest project, a hand-illustrated deck of cards.

  • container is Parsons SCE's first student-edited academic design journal covering architecture, lighting, interiors, and product design.

    Help the students in Parsons' School of Constructed Environments launch their first design journal

  • Help support the process and completion of a nomadic excursion through an innovative Parsons BFA thesis collection.

    Support Blaire Moore's Senior Thesis Collection

  • Prismland is a series of lovable plush toy characters that encourages young children to learn about 3D shapes and geometry.

    Recent alumna Jessica Chen creates cute plush toys to teach children about geometric shapes and spatial awareness.

  • A BFA Thesis Collection in Menswear Fashion Design at Parsons the New School of Design.

    Help Parsons BFA student Andrew Shields get a jump start on his senior thesis menswear fashion collection.

  • An exclusive community of design students, alumni, faculty & employers coming together to learn, teach and work on real-world projects.

    Support recent grad Shahrouz Varshabi as he attempts to narrow the design community's gap between school and real world work experiences.

  • You know The Maneuver…do you know The Man?

    Help Parsons' Design and Technology faculty member, Morry Galonoy
    complete a documentary he's working on about the man behind the Heimlich maneuver.

  • Our luxury brand is set apart by our avant garde, patent pending Timeless Jacket. There is no jacket like it and no brand like us.

    Layo G., founded by Parsons alumna, Rakiat Gbadamosi, presents its new luxury line featuring the avant guarde Timeless Jacket.

  • Redefining womenswear with high-quality dresses: crowd-sourced and delivered directly to you at their true cost.

    Check out this womenswear line from Parsons alumna, Monica Noh.

    Carte Blanche seeks to
    redefine womenswear with high-quality dresses: crowd-sourced and delivered directly to you at their true cost.

  • Participate in the completion of an innovative Parsons BFA fashion thesis focused on the art of making in our digital-analog world.

    BFA Fashion student Jack Burns is created for his thesis where he is creating a collection of clothes using hand-woven, knit, laser-cut, sewn, and hand-stitched materials establishing a marriage between both our analog and digital worlds.

  • A beautifully illustrated book about the art, science, math, and environmentalism of the Crochet Coral Reef project.

    Arlene Mintzer, part-time associate teaching professor in the School of Fashion has been a core contributing artist with this project. The project is making a book that will have an explanation of all the scientific, mathematical and environmental concepts of in the project.

  • The Metagame is a card game about culture. And making ridiculous arguments with your friends.

    AMT professors Colleen Macklin and John Sharp are revamping their card game - Metagame. It is a card game about culture. And making ridiculous arguments with your friends.

  • Popular Noise is a quarterly lifestyle magazine for the music community, featuring the best in art, fashion, and popular culture.

    Parsons BFA Communication Design alum Byron Kalet makes his thesis project -- which began as a limited-edition, letter-press printed journal -- and debuts a quarterly lifestyle magazine featuring work by some of New York's most talented artists and writers.

  • A show of my new series of large, oil painted portraits "In Their Own Words", exhibited with an emphasis on accessibility to the art .

    Paul Nathan Bond, faculty in the illustration dept, is producing an exhibition of my latest body of work - a series of large-scale oil-painted portraits entitled "In Their Own Words".

  • The art of digital living in the PRISM era. An illustrated limited edition Kickstarter-only book for art, tech & theory fans.

    Lang faculty McKenzie Wark and recent Parsons MFA DT grad Rachel Law area publishing a limited edition, illustrated book about digital living.

  • Telling the stories of children of immigrants in New York & Berlin who challenge boundaries & reimagine belonging.

    Christina Antonakos-Wallace, Integrated Design '06, is working on a documentary to tell the stories of children of immigrants in New York & Berlin who challenge boundaries & reimagine belonging.

  • Help a young fashion designer create her final collection for a MFA from Parsons New School of Design.

    Abigail Lewis, MFA Fashion is finishing her thesis collection. Her aesthetic is clean and pure, with emphasis on simplicity, utility, movement, androgyny, and form. She designs for women who are more concerned with style than fashion.

  • LIMULUS is a film showing at the Goldsmiths MFA degree show. The Narrator, a Mylar balloon, is a supernatural piece of marine debris.

    Karen Kramer '03, is finishing her film Limulus that is a weird tale and centers around the accidental collision of two objects with a strange and ancient animal, the horseshoe crab.

  • Greene Street NYC is a REVERSE GRAFFITI clean art project. Aimed at cleaning art onto the streets of NYC to inspire you in YOUR city.

    Veronica Menendez, BFA Fashion Design '09, and Chris Choi, MFA Design and Tech '11 have started a reverse graffiti clean art project. They want to engage artists, brands, and passerby's to be a part of a Global Clean Art Movement. 

  • A young fashion designer will complete a final collection to be exhibited in New York in May and at New York Fashion week in Sept. 2013

    Amelia Lingquist, MFA Fashion is completing her final collection. Nostalgia always plays a part in her work. It is about capturing those small moments and recreating them through garments.

  • Cool, sexy, urban clothes designed for pursuing your passions

    Patrick Robinson, Fashion Design '89, is using Kickstarter to launch his first men's and women’s collection which includes lounge, active wear and urban clothes geared toward the athlete. Featured on The New York Times

  • Loud Silence is innovating journalism in Africa, bringing you real stories from the front lines.

    Recent photography alumna Marisa Schwartz is working in Ghana to bring real stories happening in Africa to a wider public audience. Loud Silence produces intense, moving stories on a range of issues, mostly human-interest based.

  • Softwalks transforms sidewalk sheds into functional public places for everyone to enjoy. This campaign will fund our pilot project.

    Parsons MFA Transdisciplinary Design alumni Bland Hoke and Howard Chambers are launching a pilot program for their thesis, Softwalks, which transforms construction scaffolding into spaces of urban respite. The project recently won a Fast Company Design and Innovation Award.

  • 'Peace & Quiet' is a civic 'dialogue station' in Times Square, where veterans and civilians can engage in poignant conversation.

    Alfred Zollinger, Director of Parsons Design Workshop, is launching a new project - 'Peace & Quiet' which is a temporary dialogue station where veterans and civilian can openly engage each other in meaningful conversation.

  • Visualight is an open-source Wi-Fi enabled light bulb that can visualize data as colored light.

    Parsons alumnus and faculty Leif Percifield's new project Visualight is a Wi-Fi enabled light bulb that can display data as colored light. By representing information as colored light, a simple change in your ambient environment brings new information to your awareness.

  • Jelloware can be used in place of disposable cups: Imagine a world where you can eat your cup instead of throwing it away!

    Parsons Product Design alumna Ingrid Zweifel, Leighann Tucker, Chelsea Brigante, and Monica Bhatia's project to create edible cups that are biodegradable and vegan.

  • Living, modular, sculptural 21st century terrariums for discovering new ways to interact with plants.

    Plant-In City is a modular, sculptural structure designed by Parsons faculty member Jon Schramm. This art installation features an interactive architecture for plants that translates their environmental data into sounds of an imaginary wilderness.

  • Heatit is an open-source electronics platform to precisely output high current. It is designed to be powerful, modular and compact!

    Parsons alumna Paola Guimeran is part of a project that will create an open-source electronics platform that will be powerful, modular and compact!

  • Glif is a simple accessory with two primary functions: mounting your smartphone to a standard tripod, and acting as a kickstand to prop it up.

    Parsons MFA Design and Technology alumnus, Dan Provost, launched an iPhone accessory that became a runaway hit on Kickstarter, demonstrating the power of this online community to help make projects a reality.

  • A community-led air quality sensing network that gives people a way to participate in the conversation about air quality.

    Parsons Design & Technology alumnus and faculty member Joe Saavedra, is helping to develop the Air Quality Egg, a community-led air quality sensing network that gives people a way to participate in the conversation about and effort to improve air quality.

  • ELECTRIC SIGNS is a poetic and timely documentary about signs, screens and the urban environment. The film examines our public spaces,

    Alice Arnold, a Parsons integrated design faculty member, has created ELECTRIC SIGNS. This documentary examines how TV-style advertising in the public domain are re-shaping urban environments and re-defining areas of public space by the commercialization of the public sphere.

  • A bag that can be worn not just one way, but three! Triples as a backpack, over-the-shoulder bag, and tote bag.

    Recent Parsons illustration graduate Julie Pinzure runs Mokuyobi Threads. For the fall season she has developed The Bedford Bag that can be worn as a backpack, thrown over the shoulder or carried as a tote.

  • The Cosmonaut is a minimal, wide-grip capacitive stylus for touch screens. Perfect for sketching and doodling on any tablet.

    Parsons Alumnus, Dan Provost's new design project - a wide-grip stylus for touch screens. This stylus will help designers use their touch pads for sketching and doodling.

  • More creative than your mouse lets you be? Doodle Defense is a tower defense game that turns your drawings into weapons.

    Developed in an Algorithmic Animation course in the MFA Design and Technology program at Parsons, Andy Wallace's Doodle Defense combines the art of drawing with the latest technologies for an innovative gaming experience.

  • MAKE A SPLASH! Help us build pool pavilions for the Washington Heights Community and keep the recreation center functioning year round!

    The Design Workshop, a group of graduate architecture students from Parsons School of Design are created a new pool pavilion for the Washington Heights Community to keep the recreation center open for indoor play year round!

  • A well-designed plug-and-play heart-rate sensor for Arduino. Put live heartbeats into your project lickety-split.

    Parsons faculty Yury Gitman and Joel Murphy's new project “Pulse Sensor” is a well-designed plug-and-play heart-rate sensor. It can be used by students, artists, athletes, and makers who want to easily incorporate live heart-rate data into their projects.

  • After 7 years of immobility, TEMPT1 is using his eyes and the EyeWriter to make art again. Support TEMPT1's return to a professional art practice.

    Parsons faculty, Zach Lieberman's is creating a new collection of original TEMPT1 artwork and merchandise using the EyeWriter 2.0 software, robotic technology, traditional print-making techniques, as well as his community of friends, fans and peers.

  • We're 18 young talented art students and 2 professors at Parsons building a big beautiful public art piece in Union Square

    Students from the School of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons collaborated with the MTA on a public art installation in the Union Square subway station.

  • A cabinet that reveals truths behind the American food system, as my graphic design senior thesis at Parsons School of Design.

    Parsons student, Sonia Scarr's senior thesis project of a cabinet that will inform viewers of how our food system works now, and of alternative actions one can take to eat a little more morally and healthily.

  • Build an aristocratic family's legacy through marriage,hiring servants,having children while crushing rivals with gossip and betrayal.

    Jason Corace, MFA DT '03, has created with his sister a new card game where you control a turn-of-the-20th-century noble family and their servants. The game is inspired by period dramas like Downton Abbey.

  • Dur Doux [Dur-‘Do’]: A women’s RTW clothing label that is built on the concept of wearability with an avant-garde sensibility.

    Fashion alumnus Najla Burt is starting her own clothing label - Dur Doux. Meaning hard/soft the label was built on the concept of wearability with an avant-garde sensibility. Dur Doux’s signature comprises of unexpected shapes, details and fabrications.