Korn Design partnered with Triangle, a nonprofit that empowers people with disabilities and their families to enjoy rich, fulfilling lives, to create a comprehensive awareness campaign focused on the idea that we are all people with ability. Discover ability at triangle-ability.org.
Two and a half years, 11 Cities, 154 posters.
At the end of this year, our exhibition Graphic Intervention: 25 Years of International AIDS Awareness Posters will finish touring. The exhibit traveled to 11 cities, opening at MassArt in September of 2010, and continuing on to New York, Atlanta, Miami, Detroit, Pasadena, and more.
It culminated with selections from the exhibition being on display in Querétaro, Mexico as part of the World Design Congress and International Poster Biennial of Mexico. And next month, during World AIDS Day, December 1st, images of the whole exhibition will be displayed on New York’s Big Screen Plaza and selections will be installed at the Johnson and Johnson headquarters in New Brunswick, NJ.It has been an incredible experience. Thank you Liz Resnick (Chair, Graphic Design at Massachusetts College of Art and Design), for inviting me to share in this journey with you.
November 12th, 2012
November 9th, 2012
Please remember to vote Tuesday November 6th!
November 5th, 2012
Our clients and dear friends, Michela Larson, Gary Sullivan, and Chef Tiffany Faison of ROCCA organized an amazing event to bring awareness and raise funds for The Trevor Project and the It Gets Better campaign. The caimpaign aims to empower LGBT youth who are the victims of bullying and harassment.
The event featured a limited edition T-shirt designed by Javier – worn above by Michela, Gary, Katherine Patrick and Tiffany.
October 26th, 2010