Ness Feliciano of Ness Design in Chicago has designed this peace poster to promote the American Institute of Graphic Arts’ new exhibition, Maximum Message, Minimum Means, `a celebration of graphic design produced with exceptional economy’. The show, which runs in New York until 3 February, features work from the institute’s recent design competition of the same name. The deadline for AIGA’s next competition, Communication Graphics, is 14 March. For details contact Peter Nappi on 0101 212 807 1990 ext 231.
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