AIGA has announced an initiative with Wiki Education to expand and build more comprehensive design histories for the public on Wikipedia. AIGA Wiki Scholars Program will provide training for AIGA members to add and expand the design knowledge base on Wikipeda.
LogoLounge.com is currently accepting submissions for LogoLounge Book 13, which will feature 3,000 of the best and brightest logos from around the world.
Outspoken By Design is a group art show celebrating, supporting, and amplifying AAPI voices with the goal of raising money and awareness to #StopAsianHate. Wunderman Thompson is calling on AAPI designers across the globe to submit designs.
As we try to cope with pandemics, politics and protests, our 57th Design Annual suggests that out of the crucible we can expect an even more influential graphic design profession to emerge.
Poster House, the nation’s only museum dedicated to the global history of posters, has recently reopened.
Under the AIGA Unidos umbrella, and throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, Latinx and Hispanic Creatives are sharing their culture, contributions and best practices to move design forward.
Don’t miss the chance for unlimited submissions to the graphic design industry’s most respected logo competition.
The One Club for Creativity has announced a partnership with Spotify to serve as exclusive sponsor of the club’s 2020 Portfolio Night All-Stars program.
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.
PRINT® 19, slated for October 3-5 at Chicago’s McCormick Place North. Registration is now open for the industry’s most comprehensive and longest running event, and Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of Wired, will set the tone with a keynote address.
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.
Lisa Strausfield will be at MICA for two days in March as the Wm. O. Steinmetz ’50 Designer-in-Residence, starting with a public lecture on March 11 at 7 pm.
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.
C&G Partners designed this exhibit, which illuminates the story of the effort to bring thousands of Jewish children from Nazi Germany to Great Britain between 1938 and 1939.
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.
SVA presents Graphic Design in China, a juried biennial that aims to showcase the growth of Chinese graphic design to an international audience.
A new exhibition at Cooper Union in New York City offers a timely reconsideration the women’s movement through graphic design and diverse artifacts.
The emotion of the crowd is the inspiration for C&G Partners’ design of “Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11,” a new special exhibition opening soon at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
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.
2018 AIGA medals go to Susan Kare, Arem Duplessis, Victor Moscono, Karin Fong and Aaron Douglas at this year’s gala while Google is Corporate Leader.
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.
Designing Playful Cities opens at the Museum of Design Atlanta and makes a strong case for designing for play into urban environments.
Register now using Promo Code GDUSAWEB for $100 off HOW Design Live. And learn more about the related HOW Marketing Live conference.
Tom Geismar, George Lois and Rudi Wolff will address the impact of Modernism on American Graphic Design and usher in a new book on the subject by Steven Heller and Greg D’Onofrio.
A new exhibit of Strathmore Archive, sponsored by Mohawk, tracks the role of paper in the evolution of American graphic design.