AIGA Minnesota Design Show

The Twin Cities design community has some of the best designers and design firms in the country, so it’s always an honor to be recognized by The AIGA Minnesota Design Show. This year Zeus Jones’ Kix boxes were included in the show.



AIGA MN Design Show: 5 posters


The AIGA MN design show showcases some of the best work from the incredible design community in the Twin Cities, so it’s always quite humbling to get some work in the show. I was fortunate enough to get 5 of my posters included this year and even got a congratulatory tweet from one of the judges. The posters were for the bands, Nada Surf, Destroyer, Sea Wolf (2012), Sea Wolf, (2013), and Junip. A big thanks to AIGA MN and the judges for selecting my work. Check out all the great work from the show on the show’s site.



Two awards in AIGA Minnesota Design Show!

I was very fortunate to have posters for The Rural Alberta Advantage and Jeremy Messersmith included in the AIGA Minnesota Design Show this year. The MPLS design community is full of amazingly talented designers and it’s quite and honor to have work showcased with some of the best design in MPLS this year. Special thanks to AIGA Minnesota as well as the design judges, Bobby C. Martin, Sarah Labieniec, Bonnie Siegler and Michael Shea.

Two Awards in the AIGA Minnesota Design Show!

I was extremely fortunate to have two pieces included in the AIGA Minnesota Design Show last Friday. The Antlers gig poster and the What I Ate at the MN State Fair illustration series were both included. It is a huge honor to have my work recognized alongside some of the best work to come out of the Twin Cities this past year. Special thanks to AIGA Minnesota and this year’s judges Brian JacobsMichael LejeuneMike Perry, and Petrula Vrontikis.

Wired for 2020 in AIGA Minnesota Design Show!

The Wired for 2020 branding I designed was recently featured in the 2010 AIGA Minnesota Design Show. It is quite an honor to be included in an exhibit that showcases work by some of the top firms in the Twin Cities. Special thanks to AIGA MinnesotaThe Mentoring Partnership of Minnesota and pldg.