AIGA/DFW Design Week
The second annual Design Week was held in Dallas on April 9 -14 with great success. Congratulations to the local AIGA board members for a job well done. Featured speakers included AIGA national president Doug Powell and Debbie Millman – host of the radio show Design Matters.
New men's fashion brand North Country launches
After an immense amount of preparation, the executives at North Country have unveiled a new line of Men's apparel at ORW12 in Salt Lake City. The line was pre-marketed to buyers around the country with a preview campaign designed by Dallas based May & Co. "The response to North Country's Fall 2012 line was overwhelmingly positive", stated the company's executive vice-president, Mark Heard. May & Co. looks forward to helping North Country become a familiar brand at select retailers.
May designs event logo for fundraising group
May & Co. helped The Dream Fund with its 2011 fund raising event. The party was held on December 1st at The Dallas Contemporary Museum. The DREAM Fund's mission is to help people in the advertising, public relations and media industries whose lives have hit with unexpected difficulties and life-changing events: illness, tragic loss and injury. Over 800 people were in attendance to support the non-profit organization.
The Dallas Show recognizes design excellence from May & Co.
The Printing Industries of America Call for Entries Poster has been accepted in the Dallas Show, the 43rd annual competition organized by the Dallas Society of Visual Communications. The 2011 awards ceremony will be held June 4 at the Dallas Contemporary.
Doug May honored as AIGA Fellow
AIGA/DFW's president Jimmy Ball emceed the event that recognized Dallas designers Douglas May and Don Sibley with individual 2011 Fellow Awards, making them the second and third recipients in the chapter's history. The first recipient was designer Jack Summerford, who received the award in 2004. The significance of the award is emphasized by the fact that there are less than 175 AIGA Fellows nationwide. The AIGA Fellow Awards program recognizes mature designers who have made a significant contribution toward raising the standards of excellence within their local and regional design community. After a short congratulatory video from AIGA Gold Medal winner Stan Richards, renowned publication designer Roger Black presented Doug his award.
May creates SMU Centennial design
Over the last 100 years every student at SMU has passed under the ever-watchful eye of the oculus located in the famous rotunda inside Dallas Hall. May & Co. interpreted the iconic architectural detail and applied the design to several event elements, including a custom porcelain charger that key donors and dignitaries will receive from the University.
May designs perennial award for growing consulting firm
May & Co. recently created the Chairman's Award trophy for Ryan Inc. the award is in annual recognition of the employee that makes a significant contribution to the ongoing success of this multinational tax firm.
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