Founded 1914, AIGA, the professional association for design is the oldest and largest membership organization for design in the United States—with 70 chapters and more than 26,000 members.

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Martina Flor combines her talents as both a designer and an illustrator in the drawing of letters. She grew up in Buenos Aires and studied in Spain and the Netherlands. Based now in Berlin, she works with a focus on type, lettering, and illustration for clients all over the world. She's the founder of Letter Collections, co-founder of the project Lettering vs Calligraphy, and the creator of the series of workshops Good Type. Her work has been featured in many publications and she teaches and lectures extensively.