Margo Chase: Chasing the Bright Light runs from March 23 through May 2 in Dallas; the exhibit celebrates her drive and passion to create.
Designing Playful Cities opens at the Museum of Design Atlanta and makes a strong case for designing for play into urban environments.
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.
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.
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.
The organizers of How Design Live bring you REACH, a new conference about being a successful creative leader in an era that demands it.
Frank Baseman’s long term interests include letterpress printing and rebuses; these combine to produce a playful upcoming exhibition at Penn State University.
Hopscotch Design was conceived by Matthew Muñoz and Jonathan Opp from New Kind to merge with the annual Hopscotch Music Festival in Raleigh NC. Here’s a report on the fourth edition.
Two RISD MFA’s designed a hyper-adaptive, modular and scalable identity for the school’s 2017 Graduate Thesis Exhibition.
On July 18, Dr. Gerard Unger will receive the TDC Medal, first awarded to Hermann Zapf back in 1967.
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.
The 2017 SEGD Conference brings designers and local experts together for a three-day event that features workshops and charrettes, design tours, NEXPO floor, networking socials and thought leadership sessions.
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.
The Design of Dissent is an exhibition of graphic works of protest against social and political problems. It was first mounted by Milton Glaser and Mirko Ilic in 2005.
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 […]
Maggie Breslin leads an SVA Design for Social Innovation summit on January 24 on how to measure the impact of design for health care and, more generally, socially responsible design.
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.