Design for Good Poster Show: Showcase

For our recent Design for Good Poster Initiative, we called on you—the design community—to create posters in an effort to inform Charlotte citizens about the changes you thought would improve the city now, and would inspire positive change towards making Charlotte a world-class city by 2025.

We had a Design for Good Poster Gallery Show on June 2 at Artspace 525 in uptown Charlotte. There we got together with our closest friends and colleagues to honor your hard work for Design for Good, as well as view all of the poster submissions that we received. The poster show is always a good time, one where we all celebrate the creative community, and acknowledge how Design for Good employs the power of creativity and design to improve the human experience culturally, socially, environmentally and economically.

Here is a look back at all the amazing posters that were submitted!

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Marcie Mason

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Philip Caoile, CRAFTED

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Mala Desai

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Reita Fisher

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Crystal Furr

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Josh Gooch

Charlotte-2025

Larry Miller

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Morris Mitchell

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Tamara Paylor

Danny-Ramirez_DFG-Poster

Danny Ramirez

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Brandon Robinson

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Brandon Robinson

DesignForGood_KayleighSchnackel

Kayleigh Schnackel, CRAFTED

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Nick Signet

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Walt Simpson

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Walt Simpson

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Walt Simpson

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Colleen Tunis, Elevation Church

StopGunViolence

Leigh Anne Zeitouni, Carson Pavkov

ConserveEnergy

Leigh Anne Zeitouni, Carson Pavkov

Recycle

Leigh Anne Zeitouni, Carson Pavkov

SustainEnvironment

Leigh Anne Zeitouni, Carson Pavkov

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Stacy Reed

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Scott Brinkley

By Sandi Deitrich
Published September 8, 2015
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