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Everything Counts in Large Amounts

When
Tue, May 16, 2017 - Fri, Jun 30, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where
Center for Architecture and Design
1218 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Everything Counts In Large Amounts

Works by AIGA Philadelphia 2017 Fellow Award Recipient, Allan Espiritu

Open now through June 30, 2017 at the Center for Architecture + Design

Allan Espiritu, founder of GDLOFT PHL, is a Philadelphia-based, award-winning graphic designer and educator. Espiritu recontextualizes and reinvents his current and past work in this exhibition at the Center for Architecture + Design.

A longstanding member of AIGA Philadelphia for twenty years, Allan Espiritu, served our chapter as President from 2011–2013, after serving as Programming Director and Vice President. In his tenure, our chapter opened our first headquarters, SPACE, a gallery in Old City. He was also instrumental in bringing the AIGA Leadership Retreat to Philadelphia in the summer of 2013. We are grateful for Allan Espiritu’s continued support and involvement in our chapter and the local design community.

Espiritu heads the Graphic Design concentration program at Rutgers University-Camden. He received his BA in graphic design from Rutgers University-Camden and his MFA in graphic design from the Yale University School of Art. He has been published and acknowledged by AIGA, GDUSA, UCDA, Graphis, Communication Arts, Print Magazine, HOW, STEP, the Barnes Foundation, and the Art Directors Club. His work has also appeared in Gestalten and Rockport publications.

About the AIGA Fellow Award

The AIGA Fellow award is the highest honor an AIGA chapter can bestow upon one of its members. It is a means of recognizing designers who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within our local and regional design community as well as in our Philadelphia AIGA chapter. The areas of education, writing, leadership and reputation, as well as the practice of design are given equal consideration in measuring significant contribution.

About AIGA Philadelphia

In 1981, a group of Philadelphia designers formed AIGA Philadelphia, the first local chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Presently the chapter is comprised of nearly 800 members. AIGA Philadelphia’s purpose is both integral and complementary to the national organization: to provide the highest standards within the profession and the business community and to stimulate interest and understanding of graphic design and visual communication through lectures, exhibitions, and other activities.

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