SVA alum and Co-Founder of Quill, Thomas Calabrese, on understanding branding through a blend of meaning, reverence and individuation

Following interviews with trends analyst Maxine Gurevich, strategic designer Gena Cuba and associate strategist Graham McMullin, PSFK’s series highlighting alumni of the School of Visual Arts (SVA) Masters in Branding Program continues with Thomas Calabrese, a designer and strategist with people and science fiction on the mind, and one of the folks behind Quill, a free literacy tool that puts young thinkers in direct command of their futures.

SVA’s Masters in Branding program allows students to create frameworks to guide brand, design and business development, critically evaluate brand, business, marketing and design strategies and master the intellectual link between leadership and creativity.

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