Talking Design in Tennessee

This month the Tennessee chapters of AIGA are hosting the second annual Ten Show, a celebration of "volunteer state" graphic design. Our Chattanooga chapter is organizing and hosting the event along with enthusiastic support from the City, community and arts associations. I'm the featured speaker for the opening night, so if you wonder what Tennessee graphic design has to do with Amazon selling a pink camouflage diaper bag, Phillipe Starck designing an 18Kt gold Kalashnikov lamp, or Motorola issuing a phone named RAZR you may find the presentation entertaining while you browse the surrounding award-winning designs with a martini in hand.

Visit the Tennessee AIGA Chapters: Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville


diaper bag dude said...

I sell baby products too (but not these particular brands), and have definitely noticed a HUGE upswing in designer diaper bags ever since Brad Pitt started walking around with formula and baby wipes. Your pink camouflage bag is right on.

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