The Barnes Foundation hosts the first major US museum exhibition to explore the influence and significance of art director, photographer and teacher Alexey Brodovitch (1898-1971) of Harper’s Bazaar fame.
Print Design Academy presents the 2nd Annual Print Design Summit, a virtual conference dedicated to empowering graphic designers with the skills they need to create award-winning print and packaging designs.
‘The more things change, the more they remain insane.’ As GDUSA winds up its sixth decade, a few thoughts about the evolution of graphic design as a discipline and profession, how it has morphed and changed over time, and how to make some sense of it all.
After decades of having its Board of Directors nominate the esteemed inductees for the biannual Creative Hall of Fame, The One Club for Creativity is for the first time opening the nomination process for 2024 to its global membership.
Adobe MAX, the Creativity Conference, is one of the largest gatherings of graphic and web designers, creative and art directors, and other leaders. GDUSA readers save big on a conference pass with promo code M23GDUSA.
A follow up to two highly successful monographs on the work of Neville Brody showcases projects completed since the mid-1990s. Thematic sections address typographic experimentation, information graphics, cultural subversion, and design systems by a creative legend.
The Type Directors Club has opened the call for applications for their three student scholarship programs. The programs all have an entry deadline of March 24.
The fifth annual Women’s Print HERstory Month returns in March to inspire the “fierce, fabulous females of print.” Girls Who Print is seeking to mobilize women of the industry around the event.
Gordon Kaye and Sasha Kaye-Walsh are editors at Graphic Design USA/GDUSA. These comments first ran in October 2022. They deal with GDUSA’s 2022 Health+Wellness Design Awards, the annual Responsible Designers feature, and more news and ideas.
For fifty years, Cougar Paper has defined the path for print as an art form and invited those who hold it in their hands to be captivated by its beauty. Domtar, sponsor of GDUSA’s 2022 Responsible Designers report, is celebrating this impressive history.
Over 20 SCAD students and alumni collaborated to create a dynamic and extensive creative campaign, shot in historic Savannah, to celebrate the SCAD Savannah Film Festival’s 25th anniversary.
Legendary Chip Kidd, a Batman expert, was inspired to invite some of the world’s greatest illustrators, cartoonists and designers to sketch one-of-a-kind covers with complete creative freedom.
The One Club has announced its 12th annual ‘Where Are All The Black People’ diversity conference and career fair. It will take place in New York and online October 6-7. The hybrid conference is free.
This virtual event has been created to foster dialogue between Native and non-Native type communities, includes presentations, discussions, and workshops. The dates: November 11-12.
The One Club will present the Manship Medallion to a select group creative leaders who have played a significant role in ADC history. Gail Anderson, Brian Collins, Paula Scher, Richard Wilde, George Lois, Eileen Hedy Schultz are among those recognized.
The New School’s Parsons School of Design has published a new book written and edited by several professors which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the school’s Communication Design program.
Lynda Decker, Michael Bierut and Katrina Alcorn are among those featured in AIGA’s second annual Design + Business Conference to showcase how design is impacting businesses in measurable ways.
The winners of the Type Directors Club TDC68 Communication Design and 25TDC Typeface Design competitions have been announced. Pentagram and The New York Times Magazine were the most honored.
AIGA and the Yale School of Management come together for the ‘Business Perspectives for Creative Leaders’ Executive Learning Program.’ The program is now in its 15th year.
“Design and Healing: Creative Responses to Epidemics” Exhibition will open in December at Cooper Hewitt. It documents how, in response to COVID-19 and other health crises, designers, doctors and others collaborate to innovate.
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.
Under the AIGA umbrella and throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, Latinx and Hispanic Creatives will share their culture, contributions, and best practices to move design forward.
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.
CNN host and politcal commentator Van Jones is the keynote speaker at The One Club’s Global ‘Where Are All The Black People’ Diversity Conference taking place September 22-24.
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.
AIGA campaigns seek to increase voter engagement and commemorate the 100th anniversary of voting rights for women.