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AIGA member Jessi Arrington made this video about creating her skateboard for “Bordo Bello,” an annual skateboard art show hosted by AIGA Colorado. Her design is one of many featured in “Bordo Bello NYC,” on view at the AIGA National Design Center in New York City April 22 to July 2, 2013. “Rainbow Skateboard” was recorded and edited by Arrington with help from her WORKSHOP colleagues, Creighton Mershon and Josh Stewart.
On view at the AIGA National Design Center in New York City: “Bordo Bello” is an annual skateboard art show hosted by AIGA Colorado, which has worked with more than 1,000 artists to create a collaborative exhibition and support mentorship programs.
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council recently launched an emblematic rebranding, including strategic messaging, a dynamic logo system, communication materials and a website. CSTUDIODESIGN and their partners, PUBLIQ Branding and Early Adopter, are responsible
for this unique branding campaign.
Section: Inspiration -
Design for Good
While in school, design students learn many things, from design concepts like gestalt, processes from brainstorming to production, and even the technical aspects of software and code. All of that is essential to becoming a designer, but there’s one thing the typical curriculum may not cover: How to give—and receive—a good design critique.
How and why credibility-based logo work. How to plan and create not only successful logos but learn the process for client acceptance. Teachings from Saul Bass.
Section: Tools and Resources
Great new Flatpack Film Festival identity by Dot Dash
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