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Posters, programme, and new brand identity system by New York based Mother Design for the AIGA Design Conference. Opinion by Richard Baird.

The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) is a professional design organisation with a membership that covers all forms of visual communication, from graphic design, typography and interaction to branding, motion graphics and environmental design. As well as supporting a community of over 25,000 nationwide members, advancing design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital ...

Helvetica + Color + Shape = Anna Kulachëk's Recipe for Tight Turnarounds at Russia's Strelka Institute | | Eye on Design

“‘Look at me! I’m an event!’” says art director Anna Kulachëk, mimicking what she believes one of her posters might say if it could talk. These vibrant prints, which often couple a simple typeface with primary colors and basic shapes, are undoubtedly loud and eye-catching. Every week for nearly f

Show Posters designed by Farm Barn (OH) via flyergoodness.

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BleuRoyal by Studio Demande Spéciale — The Brand Identity

BleuRoyal is a 100% natural blue gin from Quebec, Canada. The name derives from Mount Royal, a small mountain in the centre of Montreal, and the colour of the gin

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Poster, AIGA Boston presents Miscellaneous Thoughts on Typography, 1986

The poster design is laid out as if it were an edited letter. The body of the text is highlighted in yellow (the title is in red). Black blocks with white lettering appear in the margins and arrows point to significant highlighted words in the text.