List of AIGA medalists

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The AIGA medal was designed by James Earle Fraser in 1920.

Following is a list of AIGA medalists taken from the AIGA website.

On its website, AIGA says "The medal of the AIGA, the most distinguished in the field, is awarded to individuals in recognition of their exceptional achievements, services or other contributions to the field of graphic design and visual communication." [1]

AIGA Medals have been awarded since 1920. Nine medals were awarded in the 1920s, seven in the 1930s, eight in the 1940s, twelve in the 1950s, ten in the 1960s, 13 in the 1970s, 13 in the 1980s, 33 in the 1990s, and 45 in the 2000s.

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2005[edit]

  • Bart Crosby [55]
  • Meredith Davis [56]
  • Steff Geissbuhler [57]

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2003[edit]

  • B. Martin Pedersen [78]
  • Woody Pirtle [79]

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1940s[edit]

  • Lawrence C. Wroth, 1948
  • Elmer Adler, 1947
  • Stanley Morison, 1946
  • Frederic G. Melcher, 1945
  • Edward Epstean, 1944
  • Edwin and Robert Grabhorn, 1942
  • Carl Purington Rollins, 1941
  • Thomas M. Cleland, 1940

1930s[edit]

  • William A. Kittredge, 1939
  • Rudolph Ruzicka, 1935
  • J. Thompson Willing, 1935
  • Henry Lewis Bullen, 1934
  • Porter Garnett, 1932
  • Dard Hunter, 1931
  • Henry Watson Kent, 1930

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