The People’s Graphic Design Archive is a crowd-sourced virtual archive that aims to expand, diversify, and preserve graphic design history. It includes
finished projects, process, correspondence, oral histories, articles, and other material in the form of images, documents, videos, audio, as well as links to other relevant archives and websites (—).
Bone Tags from tomb U-j at Abydos Music Lives Forever - My Collection of Vinyls History of Motion Graphics Lecture - Rhythm of Vision: Afrofuturism + Motion Design (1961–1988) CLT Graphic Design History: A Collective Research Effort, Volume 3 Danish Rail Poster Abstract 3 Peninsula Observer, vol. 2, no. 6 EL CÓNDOR DE BOLIVIA the first Bolivian newspaper - November 12th. 1825 7 Dan Perri Interview: April 2022 33 Off the Grid: Histories of Belgian graphic design 5 Say Their Names Stamp Set 11 The Women in Vinyl Podcast: Jeri Heiden, Smog Design Seldon Dix Jr. Graphic Designer Interview with Art Chantry History of Motion Graphics Lecture: Rhythm of Vision: Afrofuturism + Motion Design (1961–1988) Errata: Portuguese women in design history (site, podcast series + exhibition catalog) 2 14th Annual No Thanks, No Giving! Benefit Event poster “Angela Davis: Seize the Time” Digital Typography at Stanford Russian Baking Soda Package 2 “The Daily Heller: Who Will Give Fred Mogubgub Two Million Dollars?“ “Digital Typography at Stanford” 2 Database of Black Type Designers Pushing Boundaries interview with Archie Boston, Jr. Advertisement: Supportive Writing, Pilot Corp. Homes are for People, Not Profit Poster Homes are for People, Not Profit poster CBC/SRC Television logo sequence compilation 1958-2013 Cover, “A Colorful Life: Gere Kavanaugh, Designer” “Lars Kim: Survey of Korean Calligraphy, Typography, and Print” Detroit Public Library Image Collection 16 “VIRTUAL Alexander Girard: A Designer’s Universe” virtual exhibition 2 Lucille Tenazas interview “When Canadians were first introduced to No Name products” Kaleidoscope, vol. 3, no. 18 2 Now on view: WRITE ON, FIGHT ON – Continuing Strategies of the Second-Wave Feminist Movement Jacqueline R. Wachhotz to Archie Boston 2 Daughters of a book printer being expected to help with the family business.