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For the 2008 election, the AIGA Get Out the Vote online gallery accepted and showcased more than 300 poster submissions as well as several video submissions via AIGA’s GOTV YouTube page. A set of 24 selected posters
was printed and distributed nationally, both through chapters as well
as at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. The selected
posters, comprised of 12 that AIGA commissioned and 12 others that were
chosen from the online gallery by a design jury, were also exhibited in
the AIGA National Design Center gallery during the few months prior to (and through) the election. An additional selection of 50 posters appeared in two concurrent digital exhibitions, at the Denver Art Museum during the Democratic National Convention, and at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis during the Republican National Convention.
Posters designed by AIGA members for the 2008 Get Out the Vote campaign are shown below. All posters are available in PDF format for you to download,
print and hang in your town. We encourage you to share video and poster
entries with your friends, colleagues and social networks!
By downloading a poster you agree to use
it in its entirety, unaltered and not for commercial purposes of any
kind; any reproduction of it must include full credit to the designer
and AIGA Get Out the Vote. Any variation from this policy must be
documented in writing from the designer and AIGA.
Betty Armstrong (AIGA Charlotte)Democracy cannot live without a voice
Alex von Dallwitz (AIGA San Francisco)Vote to grow, blossom and flourish.
Alvin Diec (AIGA Atlanta)Red pill, blue pill
Alexandria Jarvis (AIGA Raleigh)A poignant quote we should all take to heart.
Amos Klausner (AIGA San Francisco)We fear what we don't understand. Democracy is increasingly
defined by outside forces, often with hidden agendas. Here "vote" is
hidden in Arabic.
Amos Klausner (AIGA San Francisco)Together with Iranian graphic designer Reza Abedini, a beautiful call to "vote" with type set in Farsi.
Alex Valderrama (AIGA Colorado)Make your mark!
Brandi Rogers (AIGA San Diego)101 Votes
Ali Guinn (AIGA Salt Lake City)With so much at stake, your vote is more important than ever.
Alyssa Krill (AIGA Los Angeles)Voting is as simple as pulling a lever.
Clark Creative Group (AIGA San Francisco)Now more than ever.
Amy Lamp (AIGA Arizona)If we can stand in line to buy a phone, we can stand in line to vote. Do your part and vote
Andrea Brennan (AIGA Kansas City)It's a bright new day, get out and VOTE!
Andrew Rado (AIGA San Francisco)Leaving it up to the audience. Hopefully, they will participate!
Beth Anglin (AIGA St. Louis)Be heard. Go vote.
Ann Jordan (AIGA San Francisco)This "Do Not Think," "Do Not Care," "Do Not Vote" series makes
use of warning vernacular to help call attention to the need to vote.
Ann Jordan (AIGA San Francisco)We all want what's free. We developed a coupon to express the ease of voting and the necessity to take advantage of it.
Ann Jordan (AIGA San Francisco)Using the letters V, O, T, & E, a face is created to communicate the same message.
Ann Jordan (AIGA San Francisco)Using the red and blue vernacular to interpret democratic vs.
republican states, we use the combo of colors to implore people to join
forces and vote.
Anna Keeler (AIGA New York)This poster is to get young people to look. A seemingly scandalous message turned serious.
Annaca Donaldson (AIGA Vermont)Wanted to bring to attention that we need to get pumped up to vote 2008!
Annaca Donaldson (AIGA Vermont)A playful way of communicating that voting is what Americans do and we should be doing it.
Marcela Morales (AIGA Washington, DC)If you can use one of these, you can vote!
Mary Meiners (AIGA Kansas City)This poster is about all the excuses people use not to vote and then they complain when nothing changes.
Arlene Jimenez (AIGA New York)The writing is on the wall...VOTE
Art Thompson (AIGA Austin)Please. Go out and vote this election day. You have more power than you may realize.
Art Thompson (AIGA Austin)I just don't understand someone who doesn't vote.
Bahador Shojapour (AIGA Los Angeles)"V", as shown by the human hand, spells out the first letter in our objective: to VOTE
Brian Curley (AIGA Washington, DC)This poster encourages the viewer to take that extra step, and be the change that everyone is so excited to get.
Brad D. Norr (AIGA Minnesota)The beautiful thing about our country is, despite bitterness or disillusionment, we all have the power to initiate change.
Bradley Birmingham (AIGA Kansas City)Do your piece and vote.
Brian Prince (AIGA Orange County)Many times we just need a little kick in the rear to get motivated. Listen to your mother.
Tyler Brooks (AIGA Cincinnati)Learn about the candidates' platforms & make your own decision this November.
Tyler Brooks (AIGA Cincinnati)Your vote matters.
Bethany Walter (AIGA Idaho)A deep cleaner that fights inequality. Warning: Powerful when used in large amounts.
Cattia Antezana (AIGA Miami)Validate your right to decide
Miguel Puga (AIGA Austin)Reminiscent of the great triumphs of V-Day, the commanding V again is center stage when we need it most - Voting Day!
Chris Murphy (AIGA Kansas City)Each year, voter turnout seems to be get lower and lower.
American citizens need to be more engaged. This trend might be reversed
Chris Murphy (AIGA Kansas City)The founding Fathers went through so much to create our democracy. The least we can do is honor them by voting!
Chris Piascik (AIGA Boston)Because this might be the most important election in our lifetime!
Christopher Hall (AIGA San Francisco)Surrender all liberties, assets and opinions.
Christopher Hall (AIGA San Francisco)Zero accountability, just like it should be.
Christopher Hall (AIGA San Francisco)Eliminate the competition, before there is any.
Amanda ClaybrookLet your voice be heard. Go Vote November 2008.
Colin Tuttle (AIGA Colorado)Ambigram of 'vote' with some text.
Tanya Codispodi (AIGA New York)Politics of division has left us indifferent to the pursuit of
justice. Passion for change captivates our Youth. We should not overlook
Criswell Lappin / MAKE-OUT (AIGA New York)This is a dialogue, except the speech bubbles take the shape of the US.
It could be two candidates stumping or strangers debating on the street.
Daniel Hopkins (AIGA San Diego)Identify yourself and declare your independence by voting this November.
Dani Higgins (AIGA Chicago)You don't need to shelter yourself from voting.
Dan Birzak (AIGA Washington, DC)Make the difference: Vote.
Nick Nazario (AIGA New York)Cast Your Vote 2008
Nick Nazario (AIGA New York)Will You Vote 2008
Nick Nazario (AIGA New York)One Star for Each State
David Copestakes (AIGA Philadelphia)David Copestakes
Derek Curtis Springston (AIGA Colorado)Everyone wants to make a difference.
Bonnie Centauro (AIGA Vermont)Don't Leave Our Future Up to Chance... Vote!
Helene Childress (AIGA New York)There's no excuse when it's easy as it is.
Jodie Lewers (AIGA Arizona)Get Out and Vote
Bennett Holzworth (AIGA Nebraska)A straight forward question, eluding to the relationship
between the love of your country and participation in the voting
Destini Nave (AIGA Kansas City)Get Out the Vote
Destini Nave (AIGA Kansas City)Get out the Vote
David Giles (AIGA Raleigh)Everybody should vote. But if you don't know what you're voting for, it might be best if you didn't.
Doug Cheever (AIGA Wisconsin)Voter Rights are Human Rights
Drew Walker (AIGA Vermont)Take time out of your busy day to vote.
Elson Sangria (AIGA San Diego)Student work from Advanced Typography class at San Diego State University.
Elice Laughner (AIGA Boston)The choice to vote really is clear.
Elice Laughner (AIGA Boston)Be the first to change the direction of our next four years.
Erica Littlefield (AIGA Rhode Island)The Vote Is In Your Hands
Eric Mathias (AIGA Los Angeles)This poster was completed the week before the election as part of a class assignment in a school-wide get out the vote effort
Elizabeth Maplesden (AIGA Philadelphia)Vote, or you may end up with a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Elizabeth Maplesden (AIGA Philadelphia)Don't settle for less: vote.
Emil Halim (AIGA New York)You can talk all you want, but if you don't vote, your opinion will not be heard.
MSLK (AIGA New York)Fictitious personal ad showcasing that voters are in demand.
Emily Green (AIGA Blue Ridge)we need a leader that understands all of our needs and that the environment is one of them.
Carrie A. Cantwell (AIGA Atlanta)It's not just the future of the United States that depends on your vote...
Carrie Cantwell (AIGA Atlanta)Just one vote can make all the difference.
Carrie Cantwell (AIGA Atlanta)Vote for our future. Your vote now will be passed on for generations.
Erica Aitken (AIGA San Francisco)They're 14. They have a voice but they can't vote. You can.
Erin Weber (AIGA New York)This poster is geared towards the youngest generation of voters
who have turned 18 and can now be drafted but also hold the power of a
Fred Bower (AIGA Indianapolis)a vote is like an echo, your voice comes back to you
Fred Carriedo (AIGA San Francisco)Get your vote in and say you voted.
Frida Thors (AIGA Miami)We Vote Together; Use your Voice to Vote
David Garcia (AIGA Miami)It's extremely easy to make a change, there's no need to go out of your way VOTE!!
David Garcia (AIGA Miami)VOTE!
Team Tomorrow (AIGA San Francisco)Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly, Folks Gotta Vote, www.tomorrowpartners.com
Team Tomorrow (AIGA San Francisco)Designed to look like the 2004 Palm Beach County, FL presidential ballot � don't give up your vote! www.tomorrowpartners.com
Team Tomorrow (AIGA San Francisco)Be Alive. Vote. www.tomorrowpartners.com
Gener De Vera (AIGA San Diego)Student work from Advanced Typography class at San Diego State University.
Gina Mengoni (AIGA Kansas City)Control your own future. Get to the polls.
Greg Mihalko (AIGA Jacksonville)In 2006, according to the Environmental Protection Agency,
Americans generated about 251 million tons of trash. We recycled 82
million tons of waste, which saved the energy equivalent of more than 10
billion gallons of gasoline or 500 million barrels of oil.
Gregory Mihalko (AIGA Jacksonville)The National Priorities Project declared that taxpayers in the
U.S. will pay $456 billion for the cost of the Iraq War through 2007. A
U.S. budget calculation estimates the total money spent is $1.8 billion
a week. At this rate, the war could top $1 trillion dollars.
Alma Hale (AIGA South Dakota)Your vote is your voice.
Andrew Smith (AIGA Central Pennsylvania)Voting is as easy as looking in a reflection
Andrew Smith (AIGA Central Pennsylvania)S(elect)
Gaelyn Mangrum (AIGA San Francisco)Designed by Gaelyn Mangrum at Office, www.visitoffice.com
Jeff Bucholtz (AIGA San Francisco)Designed by Jeff Bucholtz at Office, www.visitoffice.com
Jeff Bucholtz (AIGA San Francisco)Office, visitoffice.com
Rob Alexander (AIGA San Francisco)Designed by Rob Alexander at Office, www.visitoffice.com
Will Ecke (AIGA San Francisco)Designed by Will Ecke at Office, www.visitoffice.com
Will Ecke (AIGA San Francisco)Design by Will Ecke at Office, www.visitofffice.com
Hunter Guerin (AIGA Vermont)third in series of 3
Hunter Guerin (AIGA Vermont)First in a series of 3 posters
Hunter Guerin (AIGA Vermont)Second in a series of 3.
Hilary Williams (AIGA Iowa)vote/veto = revolution
Aaron Design, Inc. (AIGA New York)VOTE 2008!
Justin Kawashima (AIGA New York)The price of freedom is participation. Have your say. Vote.
Larry Miller (AIGA Charlotte)Today as always it's not just who you vote for but who want to keep out or eject.
Ivan Do (AIGA Jacksonville)Choose to vote in 2008.
Johanna Bjork (AIGA New York)If you got it (the right to make your voice heard), flaunt it!
Jason Schulte (AIGA San Francisco)Office, www.visitoffice.com
Jessie Creighton (AIGA Boston)If we don't care enough to vote, than we have given up the right to voice our opinions about what is happening in our country.
Jessie Creighton (AIGA Boston)Every voice counts... if it is heard.
Jessie Creighton (AIGA Boston)You get one chance every four years to decide where authority will lie... make it count.
Jennifer Lanes (AIGA Arizona)No matter which party you are affiliated with, make sure your voice is heard by participating in the 2008 general election.
Jennifer Simpson (AIGA Kansas City)Get out the Vote!
Jenny El-Shamy (AIGA Indianapolis)A call to action: VOTE! November 4th, 2008
Jeremy Shellhorn (AIGA Kansas City)Your vote can bring hope to where it is needed.
Chen Design Associates, AIGA San Francisco
Office, AIGA San Francisco
Jason Hildre (AIGA Minnesota)Not voting is a vote for complacency.
Jason Hildre (AIGA Minnesota)I Voted. You should too.
Jennifer Idol (AIGA Austin)We are responsible for our freedoms. Our liberty is blasted away by apathy; our votes support our liberty.
Jimmy Ball (AIGA Dallas)Make your mark. It's as simple as that.
JJ Chrystal (AIGA Baltimore)Feed Peace. Vote.
James Lewis (AIGA Atlanta)The government you choose affects your life more than you think
Jesus Miramontes Garcia (AIGA Arizona)Voix, Vote, Voto
Jennie A. Myers (AIGA Idaho)Choose carefully.
Jennie Myers (AIGA Idaho)Vote for or cry over the issues that are important to you.
JoEllen Maureen Edson (AIGA Kansas City)Do your duty and vote!
Joel Wheat (AIGA Birmingham)Be a part of the decision
Joseph Kohlhas (AIGA Arizona)The Choice is Clear
Roughstock Studios (AIGA San Francisco)It's time to get involved.
Judy McCord (AIGA Arizona)Participate...VOTE!
Justin Ruggieri (AIGA Kansas City)Like it or not, you are here. It's not called a representative democracy for nothing. So get out and vote!
Justin Kemerling, Jason Hardy (AIGA Nebraska)then get out there and go raise some hell
Heather Thompson (AIGA Jacksonville)This poster was created through AIGA Jacksonville's design mentoring program. Heather Thompson is a high school senior.
J.T. Felix (AIGA Jacksonville)This poster was created through AIGA Jacksonville's design mentoring program. J.T. Felix is a high school senior.
Karen Kurycki (AIGA Jacksonville)1/3 of a series of Get out the Vote posters.
Karen Kurycki (AIGA Jacksonville)2/3 of a series of Get out the Vote posters.
Karen Kurycki (AIGA Jacksonville)3/3 of a series of Get out the Vote posters.
Karen Kurycki (AIGA Jacksonville)Do your part�cast your vote for a better country.
Katherine Paine (AIGA Boston)Liberty wants YOU...to vote.
Katherine Paine (AIGA Boston)You can vote, you should vote, but will you?
Kayla Aucoin (AIGA Rhode Island)No matter who you are, or where you are from in the United States, your voice matters.
Kellie Kulton (AIGA New York)The signs are everywhere. Vote.
AIGAGet Out the Vote, an AIGA initiative since the 2000 election
campaign, enables designers to engage in the public arena by
contributing to a coordinated voter mobilization campaign.
Kelly Holohan (AIGA Philadelphia)Voting packs a serious buzz. Radical, dude.
Kenneth Peters (AIGA Arizona)The message is simple: all colors, and all kinds making a choice.
Kenneth Peters (AIGA Arizona)Designers make important color choices every day, and they know the correct choice makes all the difference.
Kenneth Peters (AIGA Arizona)It's a Process.
Kenneth Peters (AIGA Arizona)A vote is a proclamation of strength.
Kenneth Peters (AIGA Arizona)A single vote can transform everything.
Kenneth Peters (AIGA Arizona)Sink or swim.
Kevin Sprouls (AIGA Baltimore)Show your colors.
Kevin Sprouls (AIGA Baltimore)Our future is at stake.
Janelle Jordan (AIGA Jacksonville)Turn thought into action, vote!
Janelle Jordan (AIGA Jacksonville)A play off the old love stamp, meant to evoke emotional attachment we have towards our country and democratic process of voting.
Janelle Jordan (AIGA Jacksonville)Devote your self to democracy. Devote yourself to the vote.
Katie Mangano (AIGA New York)Humorous statistics encouraging the 18-25 demographic to vote.
Kathleen Mary McLaughlin (AIGA Vermont)Make your voice heard. Vote.
Krystle Edelstein (AIGA Miami)Real change starts at the poll, and you the voter, can make it happen.
Katie Hatz (AIGA Philadelphia)In today's fast-paced society, people will give any excuse to
avoid going out of their way to vote, forfeiting their voice in the
Kulruedee Wongpakdee (AIGA New York)Use your right to chose and vote
Kyle Goodwin (AIGA Seattle)One of These Is Not Like The Other�
Kim Yoshiko Sagami (AIGA Chicago)Find time. Read the papers. Get involved. Your vote counts!
Laura Terkosky (AIGA Charlotte)We have been given the right to vote and we should take advantage of that
Lisa E. Whalley (AIGA Minnesota)If you don't participate, you lose your voice. Take it back. Vote November 4.
Lisa E. Whalley (AIGA Minnesota)If you don't participate, you let others decide. Take back your right. Vote November 4.
Liberty Davalos-Andrade (AIGA San Diego)Student work from Advanced Typography class at San Diego State University.
Linda Navarro (AIGA Orange County)Surgeon General issues warning that lack of exercise is hazardous to your health.
Lisa Doan (AIGA San Diego)Student work from Advanced Typography class at San Diego State University.
Dungjai Pungauthaikan / MAKE-OUT (AIGA New York)Mark your calendars! Novemeber 4th is an important day for our nation. Each and every vote determines our future.
Lisa Maione / MAKE-OUT (AIGA New York)Do not sit quietly � vote!
Louise Foster (AIGA Seattle)For a true democracy, there must be debate between contrasting opinions, complete with citizen participation.
Luke Bouris (AIGA Chicago)Time Magazine's most influential person gives his input on voting.
Lynn Foss (AIGA New York)Vote November 4! It counts in any language.
Maggie Macnab (AIGA New Mexico)In commemoration of the Iraqi citizens whose dyed finger signified their first time vote.
Marc S Levitt (AIGA New York)Vote for this poster so I can gloat.
Marc S Levitt (AIGA New York)Vote the one you love. Veto the one you hate.
Marian Miller (AIGA Toledo)Vote - Make your voice heard!
Jason Campbell (AIGA San Diego)Student work from Advanced Typography class at San Diego State University.
Matthew Piwowarski (AIGA New York)Be Active. Take Action. Vote.
Matt Dorfman (AIGA New York)Flawed as the electoral system may be, it's no excuse to skip
out on Election Day. Voting is the one common opportunity we have to
change the world.
Matthew Donaldson (AIGA Memphis)This poster uses images symbolic of war and health care, two of the biggest issues currently at hand, to encourage voting.
Matthew Donaldson (AIGA Memphis)This poster encourages the viewer to use his/her voice to make a difference in the upcoming election.
Jacob McDaniel (AIGA Kansas City)Something you don't believe in vs someone that can make a difference
Meredith Hammon (AIGA Los Angeles)Make your mark this election and vote!
Matt Davis (AIGA Toledo)An election is incomplete without your vote. Be seen. Be heard. Be counted.
Matt Davis (AIGA Toledo)Many forget that a vote can be more than just a �yes.� There
are times when it�s the only way to say �no� as well. Let your voice be
Mitzie Testani (AIGA Philadelphia)Please vote.
Matt Lowe (AIGA Boston)Should you vote? Yes!
Marina MacDonald (AIGA Vermont)Let Your Voice Be Heard
Marina MacDonald (AIGA Vermont)You Have A Voice...USE IT!
Molly McCoy (AIGA San Francisco)Getting information before you vote is crucial for making the right decisions. Get informed, THEN vote!
Nancy Wynn (AIGA Connecticut)Don't sit on the sidelines, get out to vote!
Nancy Wynn (AIGA Connecticut)Our country can not be whole unless everyone participates. Vote.
Nancy Wynn (AIGA Connecticut)Your country needs you to vote.
Noreen Braman (AIGA Philadelphia)There are those who depend on you to not vote, so they can have their way. Is this what you want?
Nicholas Simson (AIGA Knoxville)There are four things you can do this November to make your government work for you(they all involve voting).
Nicholas Simson (AIGA Knoxville)Decisions are only made when people participate.
Nancy Atsuko Morikawa (AIGA Los Angeles)The country is not completed with one missing star vote.
John Nordyke (AIGA Connecticut)Register and vote for what cures you!
Meredith Patrick (AIGA Cincinnati)any questions? of course not.
Patrick McKeever (AIGA Philadelphia)The great equalizer
Patrick McKeever (AIGA Philadelphia)Reducing our dependency on oil
Patricia Tompkins for Splinter Creative (AIGA Arizona)Some wait their whole lives for the privilege of citizenship. Why waste yours?
Patricia Tompkins for Splinter Creative (AIGA Arizona)No more manufactured realities. Take control. Vote.
Pamela Wolfe (AIGA Washington, DC)Make the transformation from slacker to citizen. VOTE!
Pamela Wolfe (AIGA Washington, DC)Every 4 years, like clockwork. Set your alarm for Nov. 4, and VOTE!
Pamela Wolfe (AIGA Washington, DC)Life may take VISA, but democracy takes action! Get registered and get out the vote!
Pamela Wolfe (AIGA Washington, DC)Get heard! Your vote is your voice.
Rangga Putra MarvelVote for the True American Hero!
Rangga Putra MarvelVote for the real American Great Eagle!
Rangga Putra MarvelEnough talking and enough campaign, just go Vote your elected figure!
Ryon Edwards (AIGA South Carolina)Vote check Vote
Christina Reeves (AIGA New Orleans)We all know the importance of voting, but many of us neglected
it. Like many other activities, the simple action of voting benefits us
R Garlow (AIGA Vermont)It is important that we utilize design to promote voting for this upcoming November election.
Richard Hartman (AIGA Boston)Every vote counts, you can make a difference
Robyn Johnson (AIGA Nebraska)Your vote is your voice, so speak up!
Ron Leland (AIGA Orange County)...but the primaries are an all season sport. Please feel free to add your own doodles.
Robert St Lawrence (AIGA Vermont)The colors are fading, help make a difference..
Rozina Vavetsi (AIGA New York)A fortune-teller�s crystal ball reveals: VOTE to create and take control of your own future.
Ciara Dugas (AIGA Colorado)Do your right to vote justice: research then vote.
Gershon Paul (AIGA Washington, DC)Satisfy your hunger! Vote!
Heyjin Kang (AIGA Washington, DC)You are old enough now ... vote!
Heyjin Kang (AIGA Washington, DC)You worked hard for it ... vote!
Heyjin Kang (AIGA Washington, DC)You learned your lessons throughout life ... vote!
Hyo-Jin Kim (AIGA Washington, DC)But you can vote. Make a difference.
KINETIK (AIGA Washington, DC)Remember to vote. And to buy veggies.
Nadja Obradovich (AIGA Washington, DC)VOTE!
Sawan Chanthayom (AIGA Washington, DC)I am voting.
Sawan Chanthayom (AIGA Washington, DC)Go vote!
Sawan Chanthayom (AIGA Washington, DC)Send out the right message!
Shawn Moriarty (AIGA Washington, DC)A model minority is a voting minority. Visit koreanvote.blogspot.com
Susan Lee (AIGA Washington, DC)35,779 died fighting for our country in Vietnam, but were not allowed to vote.
Susan Lee (AIGA Washington, DC)10 of the 11 confederate states committed political suppression by disfranchising poor voters.
Susan Lee (AIGA Washington, DC)Susan B. Anthony was tried in 1873 for illegally voting on November 5, 1872.
Sarah Dyer (AIGA Wisconsin)When we vote we have a voice. Make your choice on November 4th.
Sarah Nelsen / Brent Anderson (AIGA Kansas City)C�mon people, here�s some real self-medication that will stir
your patriotism and impact our government. And you don�t even need a
Scott Brucato (AIGA Boston)Think about it.
Sharon DiIorio (AIGA Colorado)Voting is a privilege not an opinion poll. Make information the ancestor of your vote.
Shannon Knepper (AIGA Pittsburgh)Floral design inspired by 1960s wrapping paper.
Shawn Simmons (AIGA Cleveland)Whatever the method,
you can still make your mark.
Shawn Simmons (AIGA Cleveland)Don't be a dangling chad. Follow through.
Susan LaPorte (AIGA Detroit)Red, blue, purple- vote for the issues that matter most to you.
Shawn Leblanc (AIGA New Orleans)The future of our country lies within the hands of the people. We can make a difference together but it starts with you.
Emily Murray (AIGA Chicago)Don't let your Country down, Vote!
Sara Stoklosa (AIGA Boston)Think for yourself. Choose by yourself. Vote.
Sara Stoklosa (AIGA Boston)Vote... because if you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything.
Linda Montanaro (AIGA Miami)Our flag is a representation of our countries diversity. Red,
white and blue coming together. If we don't vote our government begins
to fall apart.
Nicole Steffen (AIGA West Michigan)Bring your own vote. Bring your own voice. B.Y.O.V.
Stephanie Beck (AIGA Vermont)VOTE! November 4th 2008
Taber Calderon (AIGA New York)Vote
Timothy Kelly (AIGA Pittsburgh)Mark your calendar!
Tyler Keeler (AIGA Vermont)Democracy: Rule of the People
Tim Mason (AIGA Baltimore)We all have different views, ideas and thoughts. Vote.
Todd Zerger (AIGA Minnesota)When we all vote we'll finally earn our stripes.
Tom Takigayama (AIGA New York)Get out and vote everyone!
Tom Takigayama (AIGA New York)Get out and vote people!
Tony Pinto (AIGA Orange County)One vote doesn't really matter in most elections. Except when it does. Use your vote and make a difference.
Trevor Dobias (AIGA West Michigan)Angry voters need motivation to voice their opinions, and a chance to get "ahead" in life.
Timothy Harrington (AIGA San Francisco)Elections are among the rare occasions that ordinary people get the government's ear. Speak up!
Travis Wiley (AIGA San Diego)Our American flag is built upon America's vote.
Tom White (AIGA Los Angeles)[ inspiration: Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss ]
Vera Ranguelova (AIGA Seattle)Your voice won't be heard, if you "play dead", freeze with fear, or hide your head. VOTE.
Vera Ranguelova (AIGA Seattle)Your voice won't be heard, if you "play dead", freeze with fear, or hide your head in the sand. VOTE.
Vera Ranguelova (AIGA Seattle)Stamp your VOICE to make VOTE visible.
Greg Bennett | WORKtoDATE.com (AIGA Baltimore)This poster is open for interpretation.
Greg Bennett | WORKtoDATE.com (AIGA Baltimore)The 2008 Presidential Election
Yana Beylinson (AIGA New York)The vote as an instrument of justice and freedom
Yana Beylinson (AIGA New York)Protect Democracy Today
Yad Hamawandi (AIGA San Diego)Student work from Advanced Typography class at San Diego State University.
Zach Norman (AIGA Salt Lake City)Vote!
Zach Norman (AIGA Salt Lake City)Everyone has to work together and participate in the process if this country is going to survive.
Izzie Zahorian (AIGA Cincinnati)"Be the change that you want to see in the world." Vote!
AIGA’s Get Out the Vote campaign invites designers to create nonpartisan
posters and videos that inspire the American public to participate in
the electoral process and vote in the 2012 general election.
Section: Why Design -
Design for Democracy, posters, election design
Design for Democracy applies design tools to increase civic participation by making interactions between the U.S. government and its citizens clear.
Section: Why Design -
Design for Democracy, election design, students
Since 2000, Design for Democracy's ballot and election design project has worked to make voting easier and more accurate for all U.S. citizens.
This gallery contains examples of ballots and other election
materials that have evolved through the benefit of professional
design guidance or guidelines while remaining grounded in relevant
local legislative, budgetary and equipment-based constraints.
Section: Why Design -
election design, students
Once a rusted, dilapidated eyesore, now one of the most highly praised green spaces in the world, the High Line is a public park built atop an abandoned elevated rail line on Manhattan’s west side. Robert Hammond, executive director of Friends of the High Line, discusses how design helped raise $170 million dollars to save the historic structure from demolition.
Section: Why Design -
Conference , Gain conference, sustainability, business
The topic of racial diversity in graphic design has been going on for well over 20 years. What can we actually do change the makeup of the community so it reflects the multicultural world we live in?
Section: Inspiration -
Diversity and Inclusion, diversity
Taking a cue from “maker” culture, GE sought to connect directly with consumers through GE Garages, a participatory pop-up engineering lab and fabrication workshop dedicated to making advanced manufacturing technology understandable and relevant to everyone.
Section: Why Design -
Competition, Justified, environmental design, experience design, interaction design, product design, ux design, professional development, strategy, corporate design, technology
This nonpartisan booklet outlines twelve steps to fix communication in Congress, garnering national attention from citizens, the press and—most importantly—politicians.
Section: Why Design -
Competition, Design for Good, Justified, design research, government, graphic design, nonprofit, print design, typography, advocacy, social issues, social responsibility
Thinking outside the chair
Alt Group Limited
External Resources (cont.)
St. Vincent/Tortoise concert posters