aiga/ny 30th anniversary poster - arem duplessis
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How do some of New York City's biggest graphic designers say "happy birthday?" Why, with an oversized card, of course!
2012 marks the 30th anniversary of the New York chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), the nation's premier professional design organization. To celebrate, this long-standing force behind the Big Apple's design scene asked 30 design luminaries to capture their experience with AIGA/NY in the form of a limited edition poster.
Arem Duplessis, esteemed Design Director of the New York Times Magazine Division and veteran of Spin, GQ, and Blaze, created this arresting, textual print composed solely of choppy iterations of the organization's acronym. A turbulent background seems to crest and fall with oceanic might across the skipping, capitalized letters in this powerful graphic that gives both foreground and background elements equal importance. Made in New York City.
Exclusively at UncommonGoods.
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- wood, utopia green matte 100 lb. paper
- Framed and Unframed: 36" H x 24" W
- 100 limited edition prints.
Available framed and ready to hang in a black 1.25" thick wood frame, or unframed.
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