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AIGA Selects Kerry Grady to Design Centennial Poster

Jiarong Li, Publisher
June 02, 2014

The Chicago Chapter of the prestigious American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), will debut 100 posters to celebrate its centennial year. Kerry Grady, Grady Campbell's Founding Principal, was selected by the AIGA, to submit an original poster design that answers the question: “What does design in Chicago mean to you?” Kerry, an AIGA member since 1983, is “honored to participate.” The posters will be showcased and auctioned at the Chicago AIGA Annual Gala, June 12. Auction proceeds will be invested in the AIGA Design Scholarship Fund.

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