Kate is an illustrator, educator and collector whose work focuses on the things we buy and the emotions we attach to our stuff. A professor of Graphic Design at PSU, she is a frequent public speaker, including delivering a TedXPortland talk in 2013. Her first book, Obsessive Consumption: What Did You Buy Today? was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2010. She promises colorful visuals, if not confetti, as she recounts her path from wanting to be a morning TV personality to teaching to drawing until her hands cramp.
Commercial products in art, Consumption (Economics) in art, Shopping
Art and Design | Book and Paper | Graphic Design
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Bingaman-Burt, Kate, "Kate Bingaman-Burt: Fearless Illustrator" (2014). PDXTalks. 22.