Where can you find new yet (relatively) historical work by Milton Glaser, Michael Bierut, Chip Kidd, Tom Geismar, Paula Scher, Abbott Miller, Gail Anderson, Stephen Doyle, Carin Goldberg, Alexander Isley, and ninety other design luminaries? In the insta-collection created to commemorate the AIGA’s centennial. One hundred designers—a mix of AIGA medalists, fellows, and presidents from across the country—were asked to select a year from 1914 to 2014 and design a social, political, or cultural statement about that year. The printing wizards at MOO then transformed their works into a hefty, century-spanning stack of suitable-for-framing flyers that is yours for $30 (plus $5 shipping), with a percentage of proceeds going to the AIGA Legacy Fund.
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