A project focused on exhibiting the contributions of women in graphic design and exploring issues of gender-equality in education provided by design institutions.
Dana Kramer
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PHOTOGRAPH OF DEBORAH SUSSMAN, FROM THE SVA ARCHIVES: MASTERS SERIES COLLECTION CA. 1995 Deborah Sussman's <i>more</i> invites for LACMA Sussman's design for Standard Shoes, in Pasadena, 1970 Sussman's identity for the 84 Olympic games in Los Angeles Deborah Sussman, June 2014 (Photographer: Jiro Schneider)

Our thoughts are with the friends, family, and all who adored Deborah Sussman (1931-2014). She will be dearly missed. 

Elizabeth Guffey at Design Observer has posted a wonderful remembrance  that captures Sussman’s exuberant spirit and pioneering work.

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May Kim, &#8221;Tough Girl&#8221; screen printed tote bags for Rip Gurlz Zine vol. 1 release party, 2014. 

May Kim, ”Tough Girl” screen printed tote bags for Rip Gurlz Zine vol. 1 release party, 2014. 

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Sarah A. King
Submitted by garadinervi 

Sarah A. King

Submitted by garadinervi 

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Monika Grubizna: Identity and exhibition graphics for “Epidemic,” an exhibition inspired by the Lars Von Trier movie of the same name. For the Centre of Contemporary Art in Torun, Poland, in 2013.

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Annie Liu (LIUSIR): Now Feeling Poster Series
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Catarina Alves
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Claudia Lancaster
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Siang Ching: Tangible Paper Infographics

Siang has posted great photographs that show details of these dimensional info-graphs, as well as how she constructed them from simple and colorful materials. 

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Martyna Wójcik-Śmierska
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my-tumblrisbetterthanyours:

http://cargocollective.com/piy/

The P.I.Y. (or Post It Yourself) project aimed to encourage young girls to &#8220;do and make&#8221; as forms of benchmarking and self-transformation exercises. Proposed to Rookie Magazine as a regular column by Mel Nguyen in 2013, P.I.Y. was based on “The New Me,” a poster photo series which Nguyen undertook in public spaces and areas under construction.

my-tumblrisbetterthanyours:

http://cargocollective.com/piy/

The P.I.Y. (or Post It Yourself) project aimed to encourage young girls to “do and make” as forms of benchmarking and self-transformation exercises. Proposed to Rookie Magazine as a regular column by Mel Nguyen in 2013, P.I.Y. was based on “The New Me,” a poster photo series which Nguyen undertook in public spaces and areas under construction.

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asburyparkdesignstudio:

Design by Hannah Burkett
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Shira Inbar: Exodus Series 
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Lucia Catellani of Bread and Jamsuggested by garadinervi
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