Public Lecture: Nicholas Rezabek and Sean Higgins | School of Visual Communication Design | Kent State University

Public Lecture: Nicholas Rezabek and Sean Higgins

Taylor Hall

The School of Visual Communication Design welcomes guest speakers Sean Higgins and Nicholas Rezabek for a public lecture on March 20, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. in room 226 at Taylor Hall. This event is free and open to the public.

Sean Higgins

Sean Higgins is a designer, illustrator, screen printer, dog owner, taco lover, and an overall tall drink of water.

Since receiving a BFA in Visual Communication Design at KSU, he has been working as a full-time designer and illustrator. Most recently, Higgins works as a Senior Designer in the New Product Concepts department American Greetings. At the same time he also moonlights as a partner and principal of The Bubble Process—a globally recognized purveyor of creativity.

When he’s not sitting at the drawing table or over his screen printing press, he is unconditionally celebrating Cleveland sports and trying to coax his greyhound, Ludo, to run in circles in his backyard.

Higgins currently works and lives in Lakewood, Ohio.

Nicholas Rezabek

Nicholas Rezabek, or Rez as he's more commonly known, is A BFA recipient from Kent State University’s coveted Visual Communication Design program.

Highly decorated, Rezabek has done exceptional work with clients that included the likes of IBM, Ford, Levi Strauss & Co., General Electric and Target. He also is a co-founder and principal of The Bubble Process—an internationally acclaimed illustration conduit of creativity.

His non-linear career path has been driven by curiosity as much as it has been by opportunity, adding skillsets, knowledge and varied points of view along the way. He is a tech savvy creative, a craftsman in experience, an easy going perfectionist, a dangerously curious ideator, a constant dreamer, and a champion of great work of every kind.

Rezabek currently lives in Connecticut and draws while commuting to New York City, where he works as a Creative Director at COLLINS. He is a champion of Cleveland sports and a friend of doodles and pizza everywhere.