Sappi North America, Inc. has named 2019 recipients of its annual Ideas that Matter grant program. Celebrating its 20th year, the program provides funding to support the production and distribution of social impact print projects with integrated campaigns.
AIGA Connecticut Design for Democracy has launched an initiative asking creatives to submit their designs on why all Americans should receive healthcare.
Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986 is on exhibit through August at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. It originated at the Cranbrook Art Museum and features promotional graphics by Malcolm Garrett and Peter Saville.
The ONE Club for Creativity Denver’s 15th Annual Paper Fashion Show, which features extravagant fashions and ensembles made by local designers, will be held on Friday, April 12 in Aurora CO. Papers are donated by Neenah, Mohawk, CTI Paper USA and more.
Jan Tschichold and the New Typography: Graphic Design Between the World Wars is a Bard Graduate Center Focus Project on view now through July 7.
Publisher Gordon Kaye on GDUSA’s 2019 People To Watch. And why, in this dumb and divisive time, he is feeling a bit better about where we are and where we are going.
PRINT 18® is celebrating its inaugural Red Hot Technology Program recognizing game-changing print and design technologies. The tradeshow is set for September 30 – October 2 in Chicago.
Northwestern University’s Block Museum examines the trailblazing Goldsholl husband and wife design team who had great influence on mid-20th Century advertising and design.
A new exhibition at Cooper Union in New York City offers a timely reconsideration the women’s movement through graphic design and diverse artifacts.
For creative and marketing professionals, PRINT 18 promises fresh ideas for ‘wow’ print marketing, impactful digital techniques, seminars and hands-on design labes, and a better understanding of the fusion of digital and print technologies. Visionary Seth Godin, above, delivers the keynote.
Susan Jackson Keig, an internationally noted graphic designer and art director for over seven decades, has died. She was active to the age of one hundred.
Tad Carpenter, designer illustrator, author and educator, is returning to the Adobe MAX Conference 2018 for the third time as a speaker this year. Registration for the event is now open.
PRINT 18 will take place September 30 – October 2 at McCormick Place in Chicago, and the keynote session with Seth Godin is included with registration.
Margo Chase: Chasing the Bright Light runs from March 23 through May 2 in Dallas; the exhibit celebrates her drive and passion to create.
Register now using Promo Code GDUSAWEB for $100 off HOW Design Live. And learn more about the related HOW Marketing Live conference.
Worldstudio and Make Art with Purpose have launched AMPL!FY, a public art and design initiative that partners designers with social justice organizations to create thought-provoking posters.
A new exhibit of Strathmore Archive, sponsored by Mohawk, tracks the role of paper in the evolution of American graphic design.
Visual Connections returns to NYC on October 25 to stage another free discovery, networking and education event for graphic designers and other art and photography buyers. GDUSA readers can register for free.
Museum of Design Atlanta is hosting Text Me, an exhibition about typography today curated by Debbie Millman.
Frank Baseman’s long term interests include letterpress printing and rebuses; these combine to produce a playful upcoming exhibition at Penn State University.
PRINT 17, the most comprehensive graphic communications gathering in the Americas, announces its 2017 MUST SEE ’EMS. The show takes place Sept 10-14 at McCormick Place South in Chicago.
Two RISD MFA’s designed a hyper-adaptive, modular and scalable identity for the school’s 2017 Graduate Thesis Exhibition.
Dolby Labs asked 22 artists and designers to create artwork that plays off its familiar Double-D logo. Pentagram, Gretel, Mucho and Young Never Sleep studios are among the participants.
PRINT 17 presents more than 50 education sessions that shed light on the design/creative process, packaging, marketing and sales, business growth strategies, new emerging technologies and more.
Allan Espiritu is among the artists featured in a new Barnes Foundation exhibition who have taken to the street throughout the post-war period to speak to social issues and urban challenges.
An exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum called By the People: Designing A Better America is particularly timely. Cynthia E. Smith is curator and Hitesh Singhal is the exhibition designer.