It’s not often that we cover the revamped website of AIGA chapters, but when one packs a punch like this, we feel the need to say something. AIGA NY has relaunched their site, designed by the kids at Kind Company (they did that pretty Alvin Lustig site, remember?). Poke around a bit but be absolutely sure to check out the new DESIGNY blog, where the super smart team of Michael Brenner, Randy Hunt and Louise Ma will cover design-y issues in NY. We are afraid. We are very afraid.
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You’ll remember we buried the kind people at Kind Company in praise around this time last year for their work on the website for Alvin Lustig. They’ve just told us about a very special offer that you Lustig-ites might want to indulge in.
Four screenprinted posters of Lustig’s most famous bookjacket designs have been printed in a series of 100, individually stamped and numbered. And once these are gone, well, they’re gone forever.
A Season in Hell by Arthur Rimbaud, 1945
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1945
Amerika by Franz Kafka, 1946
and our favorite, Three Lives by Gertrude Stein, 1945