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30 for 30th

As part of the AIGA New York’s 30th anniversary – which included a fun-filled benefit gala earlier this month – the Chapter is selling 30 original limited edition posters by 30 New York designers. These include the likes of Michael Bierut, Ken Carbone, Debbie Millman, Steff Geissbuhler, Mirko Ilić, Paul Sahre, Matteo Bologna, Emily Oberman, Alexander Isley, Milton Glaser, and more. All proceeds benefit the non-profit organization.
PICTURED LEFT: Steff Geissbuhler
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AIGANY

       
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From One Institution To Another

In honor of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, Marmite has released a limited edition of its yeasty spread – Ma’amite – in observation of the royal occasion. Featuring the Union flag, the package is now rolling out in stores across the U.K. As all Anglophiles know, the Queen celebrates 60 years on the throne this month. The design is by Hornall Anderson UK, developer of branding and packaging for its entire Marmite product line. At the launch of its ‘Ma’amite’ jars, a Unilever spokesman declared that it was a “fitting tribute from one British institution to another,” adding: “We just hope Ma'am loves it!”

       
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A Touch of Camelot

A poster series by The Martin Agency honors the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s first year in office. Done for the JFK Presidential Library and Museum, each poster features the same photo of the President overprinted with a different woodblock illustration referencing an array of events from that year. The Richmond VA agency has been providing advertising and marketing communications services pro bono for the Library since 1995. Creative credits go to Chief Creative Officer John Norman, Executive Creative Director Joe Alexander, Associate Creative Director Brian Williams, Designers Brian Williams and Matt Wojtysiak, Copywriters Joe Alexander and Wade Alger, Illustrator Matt Wojtysiak, and Print Producer Jenny Schoenherr.
http://www.martinagency.com/news

       
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Ashton Design Records A Save

As Fenway Park reached its century mark this season, Ashton Design has produced a limited edition book that chronicles its decade-long role in the historic revitalization of the ballpark. The Baltimore-based environmental graphics firms (Orioles fans?) teamed with the stadium architects and Red Sox management to help stave off demolition of the iconic building, to upgrade the facility while keeping the memories, and to create a general sense of “modern nostalgia.”
http://www.ashton-design.com

       
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