Young Guns 3 WINNERS

2001: Young Guns continued to grow, not only in the number of nominations, but also in how the winners were celebrated. For the first time ever, Young Guns 3 were featured in a full-color hardcover book, alongside the traditional exhibition. This year, a seven-person committee selected 99 New York-based young creatives to join the ranks of a community already growing in stature.


Paul Carlos

Paul is a designer and educator. Prior to founding the multidisciplinary studio Pure+Applied, with Urshula Barbour, he was the art director of Interiors magazine, a design associate at Design/Writing/Research with Abbott Miller and Ellen Lupton, and at Donovan & Green.

Paul’s clients at Pure+Applied have been Abrams Books; Architecture for Humanity; Center for Architecture/AIA; Center for Jewish History; The Cooper-Hewitt; The Cooper Union; Gabriel Orozco; The Jewish Museum; Library of Congress; Marian Goodman Gallery; Museum of Jewish Heritage; The Museum of Modern Art; Museum of the City of New York; Municipal Art Society; National Building Museum; New York City Department of Transportation; New York Public Library; Norton Museum of Art; Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; and Taschen Books.

Paul is currently President of The Type Directors’ Club and has been an active member of the Board of Directors since 2013. He is also a member of the AIGA. He is a graduate of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.

Paul has been an adjunct faculty member at Parsons, The New School for Design for nearly 20 years, and has also taught at The Cooper Union and the Maryland Institute, College of Art. Paul served as a juror for the Society of Publication Designers and I.D. magazine and has been a guest critic or speaker for the AIGA, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, MICA, NeoCon Furniture Fair, NYU’s Integrated Technology Program and Sotheby’s Institute.




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