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  • 15 Jul 2009
    New York (United States) - AIGA, the professional association for design, and Icograda Professional Member, has announced the selection of 273 works in the "365: AIGA Annual Design Competition 30" and "AIGA 50 Books/50 Covers of 2008" competitions.
  • 15 Jul 2009
    Melbourne (Australia) - On 16 July 2009, the Icograda Executive Board will honour Ken Cato, Garry Emery and Dr Michael Bryce with Icograda Achievement Awards. The ceremony will take place during the State of Design Festival 2009 and will be presented by Greg Hywood, Deputy Secretary, Tourism, Aviation & Communications and Chief Executive Tourism Victoria, DIIRD; along with Professor Don Ryun Chang, Icograda President.
  • 10 Jul 2009
    Copenhagen (Denmark) - Copenhagen Design Week is an international event presenting and discussing new ideas, knowledge and products - design that creates possibility in a changing world. During the week, both established and new design events are brought together to give participants insight, vision and inspiration.
  • 08 Jul 2009
    Beijing (China) - Artist, author, educator and current President of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, Pan Gongkai will join Jan van Toorn, Patrick Whitney, Kohei Sugiura and Sol Sender as a Keynote Speaker at the Icograda World Design Congress 2009.
  • 03 Jul 2009
    Tokyo (Japan) - In 2005, JAGDA organised "The JAGDA Poster Exhibition: Water For Life", compiling a total of 282 posters designed by JAGDA members and students from all over Japan under the theme of "water". Upon request from Association of Madrid Designers (DIMAD), the whole set of posters is now traveling abroad for the first time.
  • 02 Jul 2009
    Incheon (South Korea) - Design Korea 2009 International Conference invites the submission of a range of papers within the overarching theme of 'globalisation of design and design management.'
  • 01 Jul 2009
    Washington, DC (United States) - Pedestrian-centered improvements to the Brooklyn Bridge, a light installation at a bus terminal in Hell's Kitchen, and supergraphic portraits of Irish literati at the Dublin Airport were among the winners in the Society for Environmental Graphic Design's (SEGD) 2009 Design Awards Program.
  • 01 Jul 2009
    Washington, DC (United States) - The Society for Environmental Graphic Design has announced David Gibson as the 2009 SEGD Fellow, the highest honor that SEGD bestows on its members.
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