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 (—).
NWA “Straight Outta Compton” Album Cover Emigre magazine downloads Capitalism also depends on domestic labour 1977 Coke 75th Anniversary Bottle Menu & Matchbook Designs for La Fonda del Sol restaurant 2 Church of the SubGenius Pamphlet No. 1: The World Ends Tomorrow and You May Die! The Incredibles End Credit Rocky Horror Picture Show Poster Presbyterian Church logo/identity 4 Poster and logotype for Olympic Games 1968 Mexico City 4 Afro-American solidarity with the oppressed People of the world Other Scenes; vol. 3, no. 12 2 “The Works of Kisho Kurokawa: Capsule, Metabolism, Spaceframe, Metamorphose” Bazaar, Ms. and Rolling Stone magazines designed by Bea Feitler (and Ruth Ansel) 8 IADDB (international advertising & design database) 3 Grateful Dead “Shakedown Street" Album Art 4 Collection of Punk Buttons 3 The Peculiar Manicule archive US National Dept of Health ANTI DRUG POSTER psychedelic LSD COKE Rubén Fontana work 1960s + 1987 5 Posters for Disneyland Hotel, 1956; Skyway, 1956; Autopia, 1955; and Tomorrowland, 1966 4 Puritan Mills Feed Note Book 4 Robbins Awards May 1982 Magazine Cover Typeface for Walker Art Center 2 Letters to Myself exhibition photos 6 Ty I Ja (“You and Me”) Magazine 18 Seoul 1988 Olympics poster Institute of Architecture and Urban Studies(IAUS) 5 Mexican Folkways, Vol. 4, No. 4, Oct–Dec, 1928 HOPE Barack Obama campaign poster Control Panel for Macintosh 1.0 Experimental Video playlist 4 “Seito” (Bluestocking) Magazine “Idiocracy” film world-building graphics 11 “Day of The Heroic Guerrilla (Day of The Heroic Guerrilla)“ 2 Cream & Grateful Dead concert poster “I’m Better Than These Motherfuckers”