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 (—).
Now Hear This! October 2009 CD cover A Graphic Artist Depicts her LSD ‘Trip’ 2 RCA SelectaVision Mono Service Alignment Disc 3 Boston Free Press; Vol. 10 9 ABC “We’re the one!“ promo “Support Your Local Fuzz” BMoCA Women's Works Poster 2 Carowinds County Fair Brochure 3 Martha Scotford Research + Writing The Art of Trinidad and Tobago 5 “Quicksilver Messenger Service, Final Solution” Poster Shokouh Ahmadi - شکوه احمدی “Levi’s are really downtown” Advertising Poster "Stay Alive" The 1971 Board Game 3 3 Swimmers / Neo Boys gigposter, Seattle, WA, early 1980s Win Peace and Freedom Through Nonviolent Action; vol. 7, no. 3 2 Kenkast Garages Magazine Advertisement Win Peace and Freedom Through Nonviolent Action; vol. 4, no. 7 2 Sketch for Weathervanes at Oriole Park at Camden Yards The 2nd Seoul Record Fair Japanese Package Design Exhibition TM RSI SGM 1960–90 Research Website (Typographische Monatsblätter) 椰树牌椰汁 / Yeshu Coconut Juice Blotter advertising the Bic Cristal ballpoint pen Designer as Author: Voices and Visions exhibition poster essay by Steven McCarthy Graphic Intervention: 25 Years of International AIDS Awareness Posters 1985–2010 exhibition catalog Ran in the Journal Gazette on Wednesday, August 22, 1962 Art New England Magazine cover, December 2000/January 2001 2 Off Our Back, vol. 1, no. 4 2 Cover of Graphis Magazine No.129 Vol. 23