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.
AIGA announces it highest honors for 2017. Bloomberg L.P. is honored for corporate leadership, and Art Chantry, Mark Randall, Emmett McBain, Rebeca Mendez, Lance Wyman, Nancy Skolos and Tom Wedell receive the vaunted AIGA Medal.
By Diana Mosher, Content Director, HOW Design Live What do Pentagram Partner Natasha Jen, 40 Days of Dating co-author Timothy Goodman, AIGA Gold Medalist Brian Collins and PepsiCo SVP and Chief Design Officer Mauro Porcini all have in common? Pictured: Natasha Jen, Timothy Goodman, Brian Collins and Mauro Porcini They’ll be delivering keynotes at HOW […]
Visual Connections returns to New York on Thursday, October 27 to stage another free discovery, networking and education event exclusively for buyers and commissioners of photography, footage and illustration. The venue will again be Metropolitan Pavilion located in Midtown Manhattan.
Exhibitionism is the largest touring exhibit staged by a band or artist. It tells the 50-year history of the Rolling Stones through a series of thematic installations that present a journey through the band’s career. Pentagram partners William Russell and Abbott Miller collaborated on the graphic and exhibit design.