2017 AIGA Design Conference

Lotería and a Minneapolis mural signify the closing of another great AIGA Design Conference

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The 2017 AIGA Design Conference wrapped up Saturday night in Minneapolis. As usual, the event seemed to fly by, but as a day or two pass, it starts to hit me with how much was witnessed, learned, and enjoyed. Adam Turman spent a large amount of time in the back of the exhibit hall doing a custom illustration […]

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