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Sterling Buzz…

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

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Heads up that Tonight our own Debbie Millman, president emeritus of the AIGA, will be MCing a fantastic event honoring the AIGA/NY on its 30th Anniversary.

Speakers will include:

Debbie Millman (Master of Ceremonies)
Jake Barton
Michael Bierut
Brian Collins
Richard Danne (in absentia)
Steff Geissbuhler
David Gibson
Carin Goldberg
Steve Heller
Emily Oberman
Paul Sahre
Paula Scher
and Scott Stowell

TONIGHT

6:30–8:30PM

SVA Theater
333 West 23rd St.
New York, NY 10011

RSVP BY CLICKING HERE! We’ll see you there!

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30 Years: 30 Posters

Monday, May 21st, 2012

Continuing in the celebration of the AIGA/NY 30th Anniversary, we’re highlighting the works of Sam Potts and Michael Bierut (thanks to FastCoDesign). Click through the images to read more about these unique designs and to order your own!

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Sterling Buzz…

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Calling all proud members of the design community!

Now you can own your own limited edition poster celebrating the 30th Year Anniversary of AIGA/NY, designed by Debbie Millman.

Click here to view larger and purchase. All proceeds will benefit AIGA/NY.

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Sterling Buzz…

Friday, August 19th, 2011

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Debbie takes a look back at her 2 years as AIGA President, and keeps her momentum going forward. >>Read More

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Sterling Buzz…

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

After visiting AIGA South Carolina, Debbie was wowed by this gem of a video from Graphic Designer, Kelly Johnson (and friends):

debbie millman in columbia. from kelly johnson on Vimeo.

More about the video here<

More from AU ThinkTank here<

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Sterling Buzz…

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Y-we-brandHeads Up Connecticut!

AIGACT and the University of Hartford welcome Debbie Millman this Friday (Tomorrow!) who will present: Why We Brand. Why We Buy. An entertaining and enlightening look at the sociological, scientific and anthropological aspects of branding.

6-7pm, hors d’oeuvres reception

7-9pm, presentation and discussion

$30 members

$40 non-members

STUDENTS WITH ID, FREE


>>CHECK OUT ALL THE DETAILS HERE<<