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by aigajacksonville
The Portfolio Review Weekend continues to be a success year after year thanks to all the professionals, students, and volunteers who come together to help shape our area’s future creative community—we could not do it without you.
Uncategorized · July 11, 2017
by aigajacksonville
Our 8th annual Discover Design kicked-off last Saturday at UNF.
2016, AIGA, Discover Design, Uncategorized · February 9, 2016
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
by aigajacksonville
"As you wish." Learn all about Karen Kurycki's poster process for the February AIGA Picture Show!
Picture Show, Uncategorized · February 5, 2015
by aigajacksonville
The 10x10 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, Uncategorized · December 18, 2014
by aigajacksonville
The 10x10 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, Uncategorized · December 17, 2014
by aigajacksonville
The 10x10 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, Uncategorized · December 17, 2014
by aigajacksonville
The 10x10 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, Uncategorized · December 17, 2014
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