Zach Lieberman voted into Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI)


Alliance Graphique Internationale

Alliance Graphique Internationale

Zach Lieberman, head of the Future Sketches research group, has been voted into Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI), a member-based association of leading professionals from across the globe who are working in the field of graphic design.

Established in 1952, the AGI includes 507 members and represents 46 countries. Members range from single practitioners to partners in global agencies, and all are united by the belief that graphic design is fundamental to how we communicate, educate, and inform—ultimately, these members give shape to the world’s many and varied messages. 

In joining the AGI, Lieberman follows in the footsteps of Media Lab and MIT based designers John Maeda, Muriel Cooper, and Jacqueline Casey, who have all been members.

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