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week called for poster submissions last month. And boy did they hit the jackpot.
More than 70 posters were submitted by artists, graphic designers and design week geeks (yes, we love them all) and now it's up to you to decide.
Voting starts today and ends Sept. 22. You can vote once for as many posters as you'd like, and thank goodness, because this year poster artists include Jason Hill, Mark Dudlik, Steam Crow, Safwat Saleem, and Jackie Ince, to name a few.
When you get to the website's poster page, you can vote for as many as you'd like, but you can only submit one set of votes.
Check out upcoming opportunities and Design Week details after the jump ...
Design Week is running Sept. 29 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, Sitewire, and the kick off party at Lavine Machine in Phoenix.
The lineup of events, speakers and displays is way too cool for us to boil down here, but we'll give you a tease:
More than 30 speakers including two days of Adobe training sessions. Speakers include nationally acclaimed designers like James Victore, Brian Singer and Von Glitschka.
Registration costs (you can get tickets through the website) 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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