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Vote: Designers Have Spoken Again

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The 2008 AIGA Get Out the Vote design contest and campaign is coming to a close. In February, I shared my favorite posters from the 2004 campaign. You can visit them here as well. Now it’s time to see what’s been submitted to AIGA from individuals like Johanna Bjork, organizations, and even high school students.


For those of you less familiar with the AIGA, it is the professional association for design. They have invited designers from across the United States to create nonpartisan posters—and now, YouTube submissionsthat inspire the American public to participate in the electoral process and vote for a presidential candidate in the 2008 general election.


Here are some of my favorites to get you ready for November 4th. As the AIGA puts it, “Good design makes choices clear.”




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Katie Mangano (AIGA New York)



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Jason Campbell (AIGA San Diego)




Johanna Bjork (AIGA New York)




Johanna Bjork (AIGA New York)




Gregory Mihalko (AIGA Atlanta)




Will Ecke (AIGA San Francisco)




Brad D. Norr (AIGA Minnesota)


 






Colin Tuttle (AIGA New Hampshire Vermont)


 




Janelle Jordan (AIGA Jacksonville)




Lynn Foss (AIGA New York)




John Nordyke (AIGA Connecticut)




Susan LaPorte (AIGA Detroit)




Matthew Piwowarski (AIGA New York)




Meredith Patrick (AIGA Cincinnati)


 


 






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Travis Wiley (AIGA San Diego)


 




Robert St Lawrence (AIGA New Hampshire Vermont)


 




Pamela Wolfe (AIGA Washington, DC)




Ann Jordan (AIGA San Francisco)




Ciara Dugas (AIGA Colorado)




Shawn Simmons (AIGA Cleveland)


 






Jessie Creighton (AIGA Boston)


 




 Emily Murray (AIGA Chicago)




Lisa Doan (AIGA San Diego)

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