Eye Candy: Phoenix Design Week's Official Poster Design

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We blogged last week about the Phoenix Design Week poster contest. The Design Week website announced the winner, but we thought we'd also share:

Mike Giles, phxdw.com/posters

You can check out

Mike Giles

' design up close and personal at


, 3419 E University Drive, now through Oct. 1. Twenty posters are on display at AIR; you can also see all of them in digital format



Details on Design Week happenings after the jump ...

Design Week is running now through Oct. 3. The weekend conference will be located at the Phoenix Convention Center and the exhibits and exhibit receptions will be held at AIR, CO+HOOTS, and Sitewire.

The lineup of events is definitely promising: More than 30 speakers including two days of Adobe training sessions. Speakers include nationally acclaimed designers such as James Victore, Brian Singer and Von Glitschka.

Registration costs ($125) cover conference entry on Oct. 2 and 3. The exhibits and events on September 29, 30 and Oct. 1st are open and free for the general pubic.

Our advice: Check out all the goodness on Design Week's main page.

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