AIGA Salt Lake City 100 Show Call for Entries

The Salt Lake City chapter of AIGA is pleased to announce the annual AIGA 100 Show Gala & Benefit. The 100 Show, this region’s most prestigious juried competition, honors and showcases the year’s best design, advertising and digital media.

Of the 100 pieces selected only 10 are awarded the coveted copper ingot, one of the most sought after communication awards in the Intermountain West.

The Gala, held in Salt Lake City in May, will honor and showcase those whose work inspires designers of all ages, sets the bar for creativity, and advocates the value of design among the media, the business community, and the general public. To find out more and to enter click the link below.



Studio Hinrichs, San Francisco

Kit Hinrichs founded Studio Hinrichs in October 2009, following 23 years as a partner of the international design firm, Pentagram. Prior to that, he was a partner in the design consultancy Jonson, Pedersen, Hinrichs & Shakery. Over the past few decades, Kit has been an influential force in graphic design. Included among the hundreds of projects that he has design directed are the California Academy of Sciences graphic identity program, Sony Metreon Entertainment Complex identity and interior graphics, United Airlines’ Hemispheres magazine, Design Within Reach identity and catalog, and countless annual report, corporate identity, packaging, exhibition, editorial, and promotional campaign programs. He is also the co-founder and design director of @Issue: Journal of Business and Design, which is now an online magablog —

Kit has taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York, the California College of the Arts, and the Academy of Art in San Francisco. His work has been honored and widely published internationally, and several of his pieces are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design. Kit is also the co-author of several books and a much sought-after guest speaker on design. An avid collector of Stars & Stripes memorabilia, his collection of over 3,000 objects has been exhibited across the country and in Japan, and presented in the book Long May She Wave(published by Ten Speed Press, 2001).

Kit is a recipient of the prestigious AIGA medal in recognition of his exceptional achievements in the field of graphic design and visual communication. He is a past executive board member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale, and has been an Art Center College of Design trustee since 1996.


Founder, Creative Director

Odopod, San Francisco

Tim Barber is a founder and the executive creative director at Odopod in San Francisco. For the past 15 years, he has practiced his craft—creating entertaining and meaningful experiences for people using new technology platforms. He draws on a unique combination of technical insight, entrepreneurial spirit and a knack for storytelling. Tim leads work for the UFC, Sony, PlayStation, Nike, MTV and Google.


Founder, Creative Director

Hatch Design, San Francisco

Joel Templin has enjoyed a successful design career spanning nearly two decades. He has been recognized as one of the most sought-after design professionals in the country and continues to innovate and create distinctive work for both the world’s biggest brands and its newest upstarts. Joel co-founded Hatch Design in the Spring of 2007.

After completing his graphic design degree at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Joel moved to Minneapolis where he worked at Gardner Design before joining the highly influential firm Charles S. Anderson Design (CSA). In 1996, he helped found Foote Cone & Belding’s internal retail design group in San Francisco, where he created retail, branding and packaging programs for Levi Strauss & Co. and rebranded Seagate entirely. Joel then co-founded Templin Brink Design (TBD) and for nine years, he created award-winning work for clients such as Apple, Coca-Cola, Levi Strauss & Co., MTV, Target, and Williams -Sonoma.


Art Director/Designer

Timothy Goodman currently lives in San Francisco and works for Apple Inc. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts and began his career as a book jacket designer at Simon & Schuster. For over two years, he was a senior designer with the experiential design firm COLLINS:, in New York City, where he worked for clients such as CNN, Pantone, Motts, and Microsoft.

He enjoys doing a variety of freelance work, including illustrations for The New York Times, BusinessWeek, and Wired magazine, as well as a recent mural for the Ace Hotel in NYC. He is a contributing writer for Imprint, Print magazine’s new online community for design.

Timothy’s work has been honored by most major design publications and annuals. In 2009, Print selected Timothy for its annual “New Visual Artists” issue. That year, he also received the Art Directors Club Young Guns award.

By Steve
Published February 17, 2011
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