The top half of the shield, as well as the descriptive 'blazon'.
Various heraldic hatch patterns used to illustrate colored shields in black and white books.
Shields of the various graduate schools and undergraduate colleges at Yale.
The current School of Architecture shield, redesigned in the mid-1970s.
A historic shield that was divided innumerous times through marriage.
Blog critique from a member of our virtual jury.
Detail of the shield, with milled cherry and blue foam, laser cut silver paper and plexi painted magenta, as well as 3d printed martini glasses with gold leaf applied.
The re-shield displayed on the exterior of the building.
Seen next to the elevator.
With Robert A.M. Stern, Dean of the Yale School of Architecture.