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Heavy Medal

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The American Institute of Graphic Arts recently published its chronicle of the best North American design, 365: AIGA Year in Design 23, featuring retrospectives of the two recipients of the Medal of the AIGA, Robert Brownjohn and Christopher Pullman. The Medal is given in recognition of outstanding contribution to the field of graphic design and visual communication. The late Brownjohn, an influential graphic designer in New York and London, and Pullman, the design leader behind WGBH Boston since the early '70s, both worked across a variety of disciplines. Their work is pictured here.
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