For five years Soulellis Studio designed events posters for the College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP) at Cornell University. Mailed each semester to thousands of alumni and institutions internationally, these are in-depth experiments in information design, color and typography. The first — spring 2006 — was one of 75 (including works by Massimo Vignelli and Pentagram) in the 2007 exhibition and publication Graphic Virtuosity: Architecture Posters from the Robert G. Hill Collection at the University of Toronto. For the last few we collaborated with Dean Kent Kleinman. In these, the mapping of information is like a graphic machine, generating serial works—stepped scales of mechanical shuffling that produce difference and variation.