Forgot your username or password?
Marek is the guy who leads the creative process on all projects, pays the bills and sips espresso semi-hourly. He holds a BFA in visual communication & photography
from The School of the Art Institute in Chicago and has plenty of design awards & years under his belt. While working with clients like Redbox, Sagent Pharmaceuticals, The American Dental Association and
The Alter Group, he has learned what it takes to produce meaningful work. He strives to make work that not only looks good, but also generates great results.
A founding partner and contributor to Art For Haitiand a regular speaker at the Mercy
Home for Boys& Girls.
Hear from members why AIGA is the place to go for connections, resources, savings, education, recognition and—of course—inspiration.
Section: About AIGA -
Sooner or later, the idea
of self-employment without the need to deal with clients—that is, being able
to generate passive income—is going to enter your head. This is the story of how two designers created a side project using something they loved—wood type—and made some money in the process.
Section: Tools and Resources -
typography, motivation, business strategy, letterpress, innovation
During his 30 years as partner and principal of Chermayeff & Geismar, Steff Geissbuhler designed a vast array of memorable and imaginative posters, and some of the most defining corporate-identity programs of the latter part of the 20th century. His most notable work includes a poster in which a massive silhouetted Godzilla and King Kong hold paws as they amble into the sunset, a bittersweet signifier for peace between Japan and the United States, and the logotypes for NBC (the peacock) and Time Warner (the conflation of an eye and ear). In 2005, he was awarded an AIGA Medal.
Section: Inspiration -
corporate design, AIGA Medal, posters
PS New York
52 liqueur fusions
Jennifer Sterling Design
Quote of Note | Alvin Lustig
Posted by Stephanie Murg
12 days ago from