PCI picks their top 4 favorite designs in AIGA’s Get Out The Vote Campaign.
As a follow-up to yesterday’s blog post on tips to get out and vote in the D.C. Metro Area, we wanted to let you know about an exciting Get Out The Vote initiative inspired by artists from all over the country.
On President’s Day 2016, the professional design association AIGA launched a Get Out the Vote campaign that aims to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote in the 2016 general election and local elections to come. In partnership with the League of Women Voters, this AIGA initiative is getting out the vote by:
- Presenting an online gallery of original, nonpartisan posters for printing and public distribution
- Organizing exhibitions in conjunction with the Republican National Convention (Cleveland, July 18-21, 2016), Democratic National Convention (Philadelphia, July 25–28, 2016), and AIGA Design Conference (Las Vegas, October 17–19, 2016)
- Programming local events throughout the year organized by AIGA chapters and student groups across the country in partnership with League of Women Voters affiliates and other local partners
The Get Out The Vote gallery includes a series of posters from designers nation-wide, all available to download, display and distribute. We’re pretty excited about it. As a sneak peek, here’s a quick roundup of our top favorites:
"To Vote is to Exist" by Milton Glaser (artist behind the iconic "I Love NY" campaign)
Learn more about it in an interview with Glaser, himself.
Vote by Christopher Simmons
Break YOUR Silence by Maria Castro
If You Want Change, Vote by James Lewis-Van Vorst
Have a favorite design that we didn’t mention here? Tweet it at us. We’re eager to hear what you think.
Here’s to getting your voice heard this election season!