I have been collecting beer bottle caps for some time now and have a shoe box full of them now. I like to compare the logos on each of them to see how some have more detail than others (Modelo has a solid gold cap).
I would like to create an interesting design or create something outstanding with them, instead of just keeping the caps in a box. Family has suggested to decorate a picture frame, but I turn to fellow AIGA designers to brainstorm with me and help me come
up with an awesome solution :)
This brief article outlines the historical contribution from designers and reminds creatives that the work they're doing today will someday be archived and used as a historical reference later.
There are three general types or client/designer relationships: boss/worker, friends and partners. All three types have their place, but only one of them offers the potential for truly great design to emerge.
Preserving the perspectives and experiences of those individuals that have defined AIGA since its inception in 1914 is only one side of the equation that defines succession planning.
it is paramount for designers to be not only expert in design theories and technology, to be able to rapidly learn, but also to be knowledgeable of the past.
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Planning for another 100 years
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