| Get Out The Vote Poster
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Get Out The Vote Poster

Get Out The Vote Poster


Launched on President’s Day, AIGA‘s Get Out the Vote campaign wields the power of design to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote in the 2016 general election, as well as local elections to come. This year, in partnership with the League of Women Voters, AIGA civic engagement initiative will Get Out the Vote by:

  • Presenting an online gallery of original, nonpartisan posters for printing and public distribution (below)
  • Organizing exhibitions in conjunction with the Republican National Convention (Cleveland, July 18-21, 2016), Democratic National Convention (Philadelphia, July 25–28, 2016), and AIGA Design Conference(Las Vegas, October 17–19, 2016)
  • Programming local events throughout the year organized by AIGA chapters and student groups across the country in partnership with League of Women Voters affiliates and other local partners

Many thanks to Neenah Paper and O’Neil Printing for their generous support of this national initiative.


Mine is about the voting process itself. While we encourage voting, much of the actual process is still outdated and confusing, like a maze. Even with all we’ve learned in the past 16 years, we’ve not gotten much better about making the process easier and more accessible for voters. I believe the future of voting is digital. We should be able to vote for a local, state, or federal candidate as easily and safely as we buy a t-shirt. Regardless of political affiliation, the act of voting still matters. But it doesn’t have to be difficult.


October 31, 2016

  • Campaigns
  • Illustration
  • Poster Design