AIGA is proud to present this online exhibition as part of its national Diversity & Inclusion Initiative, which encourages diversity in education, discourse, and practice to strengthen and expand the relevance of design in all areas of society. Selected from AIGA’s prestigious Design Archives and Design Journeys series, this collection celebrates African American history and culture throughout the last century of communication design. It features African American designers as well as projects inspired by or relevant to African American history and communities.
Explore the diverse artifacts presented here chronologically—including logos, posters, books, magazines, videos, and more—by designers both historical and contemporary, celebrated and unsung.
The Google Cultural Institute Black History, Arts, and Culture collection provides unprecedented access to a vital part of history—with 50 partners contributing more than 4,000 archived items and 80 exhibits.
Selections and descriptions for AIGA’s Google Art Project collection are from our Design Archives as well as essays commissioned by AIGA for designers profiled in the Design Journeys series or awarded the AIGA Medal. This exhibition is curated by Aidan O’Connor and Heather Strelecki. All works are the copyright of their respective owners.
Diversity & Inclusion is a new AIGA initiative with the mission of encouraging diversity in design education, discourse, and practice to strengthen and expand the relevance of design in all areas of society.
Section: Tools and Resources -
advocacy, culture, diversity, education, social issues, social responsibility, Diversity and Inclusion
“Design Journeys” is a collection of stories about the professional
lives, contributions, and portfolios of historically under-represented
designers that serves as an accessible body of research honoring their
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diversity, Design Journeys, Diversity and Inclusion
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Freelance Designer / Production ArtistJason Wiggins Creative, LLC
Roswell, GeorgiaMay 10 2016
One can steal ideas, but no one can steal execution or passion -#timferris
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Keep Off the Grass
Volume Inc., San Francisco
Measure Me Stick
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