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BBG Does iShootRockstars Visitors Project / Logan Square Auditorium Nov 19, 2010

Join us for this one night only special event celebrating the culmination of iShootRockstars VISITORS project, a year long photography project that featured a portrait of everyone who visited the home of Kyle LaMere for one year, sponsored by Old Style & Reason To Give.

This special event at Logan Square Auditorium is being thrown to raise the money to self-publish 319 VISITOR coffee table books for you to enjoy! Yes, only 319 books will be printed to represent each VISITOR. You can pre-order your book here or at the event only. The VISITOR book will be printed in December and will arrive in January, 2011

Logan Square Auditorium
November 19, 2010 8pm

Featured Performances: The Loneliest Monk, DJ Matt Roan, The Juliets, DJ Kid Color, & DJ Jobot

Bright Bright Great is not only featured as Visitors in the book itself, but is also laying out the actual coffee table book, so you know it’s gonna be hottt. Like, sizzling hot.

Check us out Visitor #231 & #232!

Bright Bright Great

Posted By
Jason Schwartz

Designing For The Greater Good: Another Successful Review By Bright Bright Great!

Have we mentioned how much we love Collins Design?

Collins Design is the editorial behind The Virtual Miscellaneum, a brill book BBG had the pleasure to review, love and obsess about last November.

This time Collins Design made our January by sending us a copy of Design for the Greater Good by Peleg Top and Jonathan Cleveland. A book showcasing the best, brightest, and most successful design campaigns in the nonprofit industry.

The message behind Designing for the Greater Good is that nonprofit campaigns shouldn’t merely share a message, but that they should serve as inspiration to encourage action.

The book includes 24 case studies, interviews with designers, cause-specific campaigns, logos and branding for nonprofits and tons of websites, posters, brochures, advertising, and marketing materials for different events and nonprofits. By the time you finish it, you should at least feel a little enlightened.

Go get this book before you’ve been left behind. On awesomeness!

Images by Jocelyn Ibarra for Bright Bright Great.

Get the book here!

Learn more about the book and its authors here:

Posted By
Jason Schwartz