On Saturday, April 28th, 2018 a special presentation on "Designing a Mayoral campaign with Neal Sales-Grifin" will be made at 6:30 PM. Carlos Segura Creative Director and creator of the disruptive "Neal for Real" campaign (launching on April 21st) will share the stage with Messaging Director Claire Lew of Know Your Company and photographer Paul Octavious as Neal shares his vision for the future of Chicago.
Segura is one of many contributors to Matthew Hoffman's You Are Beautiful project at Workshop 4200 on September 15th, 2017.
In partnership with EXPO Chicago, and in coordination with EXPO Art Week's Art After Hours, Workshop 4200 is proud to present "Find Your Way", new works by Matthew Hoffman.
For Find Your Way, Chicago artist Matthew Hoffman has constructed a multi-room, site specific installation at Workshop 4200. This one weekend only event will showcase a new batch of 2D & 3D works, and act as the launch of Workshop 4200. Much of the work focuses on the You Are Beautiful project, including large installations & collaborative works curated by The Bright Side.
The Bright Side wants to show the world that every culture has its own beauty to offer, which is why they decided to team up with Matthew Hoffman, the founder of the “You Are Beautiful” campaign. Together, as a part of his main exhibition called "Find Your Way", they sent out 100 wooden panels, each with Hoffman’s trademark phrase inscribed in a different language, to immigrants living across the country with the instruction to design the board in a way that represented their own culture and their journey to the United States. This project's aim is to show that beauty has no borders.
Anexis Morales includes us in his design blog and podcast series called El Barrio. This 42-minute interview is in Spanish and covers a wide range of subjects including my history, experience, tips, goals and procedure.
Carlos Segura, fundador de la empresa de diseño con sede en Chicago Segura Inc., llegó a los Estados Unidos desde Cuba a la edad de nueve años. Comenzó su carrera en el diseño gráfico como un artista de producción, pero pronto ganó desafíos más interesantes. Se mudó a Chicago en 1980 y trabajó para muchas agencias de publicidad prestigiosas, incluyendo BBDO, Marsteller, Foote Cone y Belding, Young & Rubicam, Ketchum y DDB Needham. En 1991 fundó Segura Inc. para perseguir el diseño de forma más creativa con el objetivo de mezclar tanto arte comercial con el diseño.
The TDR™ My Top Tens book by The Designers Republic is now available and we could not be more excited to be a part of it. The list of participants is impressive and are honored to be included.
Make a List. Make a Wish. Whatever else you may want it to be, My Top Tens is primarily a limited edition 276-page book marking Evolutionprint’s Ten Years of Trust, conceived, curated, collated and Made In The Designers Republic™ in and around our 30th birthday. Five years on from A Bunch Of Fives, My Top Tens taps into the swampy psychs of 129 fellow travellers trying to sculpt sense from the enormousness of everything squeezed into personal Top Ten shaped spaces — kinda 1300 inspirations / fascinations from bright sparks who should know better than to put it in writing. Blessed are The List Makers.
Alex Webster, Alice Rawsthorn, Andreas Pihlström, Andrew Walker, Angharad Lewis, Ashleigh Barron, Azusa Ozawa, Barbara Morgenstern, Bojan Hadzihalilovic, Bostjan Vuga, Chris Madden, Cindy Stern, Clemens, Weisshaar, Clint Mansell, Cory Schmitz, Craig Burston, Cristabel Christo, Damon Fairclough, Daniel Glaser, Dave Haslam, David Bailey, David Crow, David Nicholas Wilkinson, Deljana Iossifova, Dijana Vucinic, Dominique Fletcher, Duggie Fields, Edward Ricart, Eivind Aarset, Elodie Ginsbourg, Erik Spiekermann, Evan Sharp, Franklin Tipton, George Law, Graham Crabb, Graham Jones, Graham Wood, Gudrun Gut, Hugh Allan, Hugo Glendinning, Ian Anderson, James Sommerville, Jessica Walsh, James Fry, John L Walters, Jon Hannan, Jonathan Waring, Jonathan Barnbrook and Jonathan Newbould to name a few.
The edition is limited to 750 numbered copies, of which only 200 will be authenticated, stamped and signed, and on general sale via TDR™'s Big Cartel store.
Everyone's got a story, and of course I have mine. Thanks to Melis Sönmez for sharing it on her beautiful project celebrating our varied cultures called The Bright Side. Its an honor to be among, Pilu Sanchez, Whitney C. & Anton J., Adriana Mendez Martinez, Manuel Torres, Sun Segura, Aysegul Sanford, Eduardo Vea Keating, Signe J. & Dogan S., Petra Bachmaier, Carlos Arturo Torres, Sarp Kerem Yavuz, Renata Graw and Michaël Harboun, just to name a few.
On Tuesday, May 9, 2017, Carlos Segura and Rick Valicenti will do a joint talk at 6 PM to Ron Kovach's final class of the semester at Columbia College Chicago located at 623 South Wabash in room 917.
The Fellow award is a peer honor, bestowed upon designers who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within their local or regional design community as well as in their local AIGA chapter. Each year, many of AIGA’s chapters honor local design legends with this esteemed award.
Join us for a night of drinks, light bites, and celebratory cheers.
The Fellow Award program is a means of recognizing mature designers who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within the Chicago design community and within AIGA Chicago. The areas of education, writing, leadership and reputation, as well as the practice of design are given equal consideration in measuring significance. Chapter Fellows are listed at AIGA.org and honored at the AIGA Awards, held each year in New York.
Past Chicago Chapter Recipients:
2016: Maria Grillo, Victor Margolin
2014: Dana Arnett, Wendy Pressley-Jacobs
2013: Cheryl Towler Weese
2012: Harri Boller
2011: Marcia Lausen
2010: Arnold Goodwin
2009: Morton Goldscholl
2008: Art Paul, Jilly Simons
2007: Joseph Michael Essex
2006: Greg Samata, Pat Samata
2005: Robert Vogele
2004: Rick Valicenti
2003: Philip Burton
2002: Susan Jackson Keig
2001: John Massey
2000: Bart Crosby
1999: Hayward Blake
"Pencilvania, Blood & News" is a monthly publication from Barcelona by Juan Cardosa and Its very first issue will be dedicated to Trump.
Selected artists include Mr. Zé, Carles Murillo, Pedro Sevilla, Andrés Requena, Santi Gonzales, Xavi Palouzie, Gillermo Aliaga, Pedro Triviñio, Alessandro Apal, Jordi Alcaraz, David Torrents, Buen Javier, Quim Massana, Francis Rebollar, Juan X. Vazquez, Ludwig Caramillo, Luca Cappuccio, Hiroshi Shimamura, Sebastian Diaz, Luis Paadin, 57 Serigrafia, Juan Cardosa and Oscar Guayabero.
Our submission is below.
Carlos Segura knows design, he knows cars, he loves both and combines the effort on his Cartype blog that has been named "The Top 100 Car Blogs" in 2016 by Feedspot and WashOS, as well as "The best 25 Car Blogs" by Defensive Driving and "Top 100 Automotive Blogs" in 2015 by NFC. Filmmaker Ben Derico features Carlos in the latest installment of his video series called Car+Culture.
Carlos Segura will give a lecture to the graphic design's student body of the New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida on Monday April 11, 2016. NWSA is a public arts conservatory that provides affordable arts education for all.
Typodarium is a tear-off calendar, just like the one our grandma used to hang in the kitchen. But this calendar unveils a new font everyday. We can therefore have, a whole year long, the chance to broaden our knowledge, to discover the font’s history and development, to possess a piece of jewellery that is new everyday. On the front, the font will be prominently displayed, and on the back it will be described in details. How it originated, from what or who came the inspiration and where we can obtain the font.
We're honored to be a part of this calendar with four days, Thursday May 4, Friday July 21, Friday November 17 and Saturday November 21 which feature seven font families, including Square 40 and Square 45, Time In Hell, Pintor as well as the complete set of Marquer by Carlos Segura.
Lars Harmsen Designer and publicist. Editor of Slanted magazine and weblog. Co-Editor of Photodarium.
Raban Ruddigkeit. Designer and publicist. Editor of Freistil. Co-Editor of Photodarium.
Curators Ed Marzsewski & Dawn Hancock have included our StreetsOfSadness initiative among those selected to be one of the participants of Typeforce 7, which opens on Friday, February 26, at the Co-Prosperity Sphere located at 3219 South Morgan Street in Chicago, Illinois.
Register via Facebook to see the 2016 exhibition, which includes artists like...
Alexander Hayashi, Andy Gregg, Benjamin Koditschek, Brian Hanson, Bud Rodecker, Carlos Segura, Coleman Collins, Collin Joyce, David Sieren, Elisabeth Hass, Ellen Winston, James Johnston, Jenna Blazevich, Jessica Barrett Sattell, Lora Fosberg, Michael Zhang, Michelle Winchell, Mohamed Dardiri, Peter Compernolle, Pouya Ahmadi, Pegah Ahmadi, Remy Glock, Rick Griffith, Rick Valicenti, Sam Rosen, Scott Albrecht, Shelby Rothenöfer, Taek Kim, Taekyeom Lee, Tanner Bowman, and Tanner Woodford.
Reader - Word-art is the word at Typeforce.
Carlos Segura has accepted the invitation from @FITC to speak at the FORM conference in Chicago at the Chicago History Museum at 1601 North Clark Street on November 3rd at 2:15pm. The event runs from November 2-3, 2015.
Other speakers include Stefan Sagmeister-Partner at Sagmeister & Walsh, Chuck Anderson-Artist and Designer at NoPattern, Nicholas Felton-Information Designer at Feltron and GMUNK-Design Director at Gmunk, to name just a few.
Carlos Segura is interviewed by Kexin Shu for Tezign, a design community of over 50,000 design and technology lovers and is considered as a designer union in China. With 200+ volunteers, they produce great articles to spread design knowledge and to encourage innovation.