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Hear from members why AIGA is the place to go for connections, resources, savings, education, recognition and—of course—inspiration.
Section: About AIGA -
When Laura Berglund noticed that students often fell victim to crimes simply because they lacked information, she decided to do something about it. Her solution, “Anchor: A Campaign Against Crime on College Campuses,” leaves no platform behind—from iPhone apps to street art.
Section: Why Design -
Design for Good, social responsibility, student work
The works of Tomoko Miho—posters, books, catalogs, logos, showrooms and architectural signage—all share an internal breadth that comes from the exacting relationship between space and substance, imagery and information, and concept and details. She has designed for a long list of clients, including Herman Miller; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the National Endowment for the Arts; the Isamu Noguchi Foundation, Inc.; and Neiman Marcus. In recognition of her designs and commitment to modernity, through a lifelong pursuit to remain curious, lucid, and relevant, she was awarded an AIGA Medal in 1993.
Section: Inspiration -
graphic design, identity design, corporate design, AIGA Medal
Matériel, Issue One
Catalone Design Co. Promotional Video
Catalone Design Co., LLC
Articles: What Business Can Learn From Social Movements
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