100 Years and Counting

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To commemorate the 100th year of AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts), 100 designers from across the US were asked to select a year from 1914-2014 and design a social, political or cultural statement about that year. The result is a rich, visual essay of key historical and cultural events that have transpired throughout the century—as seen through the eyes of AIGA Medallists, Fellows and Presidents. This keepsake is a testament to the talent and vision that can be found in the ranks of AIGA members.

The collections are available for purchase for $30, with a percentage of the proceeds going to the AIGA Legacy Fund.

1916JohnCoy
1920BethSinger
1927DavidBurney
1932SeymourChwast
1934StephenDoyle
1957MichaelVanderbyl

The Best Designs From New York City, 2014Want to get inspired? Want to see the very best work from the design epicenter of the United States? In this download from Print’s Regional Design Annual—the design industry’s most prestigious competition—brand guru and artist Debbie Millman names the 60 best designs from NYC in 2014.