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This year, AIGA Jax was fortunate enough to be a part of DMAB's summer program series. Their "Empire State of Mind" theme helped students understand the scale and importance of art, design and culture in NYC.
AIGA, Recap · July 8, 2016
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Save the date! Always Summer Poster Show + Mixtape is back for its 8th year! More posters, more music, more creatives.
2016, AIGA, always summer, Events · July 7, 2016
by aigajacksonville
On Saturday, June 25th, AIGA Orlando held their Love By Design event, an all-day celebration of the city's resilience designed to inspire all to stand up against discrimination and violence.
AIGA, Events, Recap · July 6, 2016
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In the wake of the Orlando shooting, AIGA Orlando is seeking poster submissions from AIGA chapters for their Love By Design event on June 25.
AIGA, Featured, local-news · June 17, 2016
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Our 8th annual Discover Design kicked-off last Saturday at UNF.
2016, AIGA, Discover Design, Uncategorized · February 9, 2016
by aigajacksonville
Since 2008, AIGA Jacksonville has been hosting the Always Summer Poster Show + Mixtape. As the flagship celebration for our annual membership drive, this event honors design excellence and brings together the design community to create posters featuring an array of songs that embody "summer".
AIGA, always summer, Events, Recap · October 1, 2015
by aigajacksonville
Tess Guidi is my name and I'm currently a Production Graphic Designer at BASF Wall Systems in Jax. I don't typically make posters for my job, but I have made some trade show booth items.
AIGA, always summer, Interviews, Uncategorized · September 23, 2015
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AIGA, Featured, Membership · September 9, 2015
by aigajacksonville
It's that time of year again, where you have the chance to take a bigger role within your design community and AIGA Jacksonville!
AIGA, Featured · June 15, 2015
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The 10×10 Animation Project was created to celebrate our centennial year by enlisting 10 animators to each create a 10 second piece to represent a decade of design history— the only requirements was that each piece begin and end with the AIGA logo and be under 10 seconds.
AIGA, AIGA Centennial · December 19, 2014
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