The catalogue designed for George Wyllie was selected at this years D&AD awards — receiving an In-Book Nomination… View it here
Poster4tomorrow has announced its 5th annual call for entires for social communication poster designs. This year the topic will be the right to housing.
Since 2009, its has grown into a movement that can't be ignored. Last year they received an outstanding 3000+ entires from 105 countries. For more information on this years call for entries see here.
CO2 is an international poster biennial held in the Spring of every odd year, the first of which will open in 2013 in Grand Junction, Colorado. MED is organizing and facilitating the event with the support of Colorado Mesa University.
The selection process spanned the globe and They felt that I was a solid representation of my design community. The goal of the premiere exhibition is to educate through the visual communication of designers world wide. Though the shape of communication is contiunally changing, the power of the printed poster has remained a constant. We encourage the global design community to participate as well as encourage the audience to be open to learning.
Mesa Emerging Designers (MED) is the newly formed AIGA student chapter at Colorado Mesa University. This groups purpose is to facilitate professional relationships between students and the design community. Through these relationships, the students education will be expand upon through professional dialogue. The activities of MED promote valuable exposure to the many facets of the graphic design industry. For more Information view here.
Pete Rossi: In Pursuit of the Question Mark Catalogue design review on the ADC Young Guns website. Pete Rossi recently created the exhibition graphics, invitation and catalogue for the first major retrospective of George Wyllie MBE who sadly passed away in the early part of 2012. To read more or vew click here.
Check out Pete Rossi's brilliant graphic design for In Pursuit of the Question Mark. Pete Rossi is a graphic designer, visual artist and general maker of things. After working for several renowned studios in the UK and Europe, he’s also one of the 50 winners to receive the prestigious Art Directors Club Young Gun Award Browsing through Pete’s latest graphic work for the artist George Wyllie’s first major retrospective offers insight into his talent for design. In Pursuit of the Question Mark is running until February at the Mitchell, Glasgow with an identity that is closely aligned to the artists beliefs and process. Pete has therefore used a robust, bold typeface and materials to match, creating a stunning catalogue touched off nicely with a bespoke hand stamp.
Great design embodies a brief’s targets, moulding a creative process and communicating to a specific audience. Pete certainly doesn’t disappoint on this, designing a beautifully put together object worthy of any room, and the prolific artist George Wyllie himself.
Thanks to Ross Bryant and It's Nice that for the post today. To read more view here.