AIGA Salt Lake City

Saturday, May 17, 2014
Utah Museum of Fine Arts


The 100 Show

The Salt Lake City chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, is pleased to announce the 2014 AIGA 100 Show Gala & Benefit. The 100 Show, this regions' most prestigious juried competition, honors and showcases the years' best design.

Of the 100 pieces selected, only 10 are awarded the Copper Ingot. Three Student Copper Ingots will be given for exemplary work in the student category.

The Gala, held on May 17th, will honor and showcase winning entries. Come mix and mingle with members of the design community in honor of those whose work inspires designers of all ages, sets the bar for creativity, and advocates the value of design among media, the business community, and general public.


The 100 Show Gala

The AIGA 100 Show Gala is one evening you don't want to miss. The Salt Lake City chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, is hosting an evening of awards, good food and drinks, music and mingling. This year is a special one for us - we are celebrating 25 years as a local chapter and 100 years as a national organization. Needless to say, we are hoping to do this party up right in honor of these key milestones as well as honoring the amazing (and growing) talent of designers we have in the community. Mark your calendar folks, this is going to be one event that you don't want to miss.

  • $35
    Student Members
  • $40
  • $50
  • Free
    Trustees & Design Leaders
  • $10
    Increase at the door

The Gala will be held on
May 17, 2014  |  7PM
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Marcia and John Price Museum Building
at the University of Utah
410 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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Blake Allen

Blake is the Creative Director at @ParamoreDigital in downtown Nashville. Husband to @OhHeyJulie. Father to new baby girl. Lovin’ the great outdoors and ping pong.

Jay Fletcher

For the past decade Jay Fletcher has been working in Charleston as a graphic designer, illustrator, and art director. In 2004, as a means of burning off unused creativity, a budding freelance career took root as a late-night side gig. Kegs of coffee were brewed, momentum built, and now J Fletcher Design has a stable of clients ranging from Nickelodeon to his niece, work featured in international industry publications, and shelves of recognition from some of the design world’s most prominent voices. It’s all well & good, but he really wanted to be a ballerina.

Sean Farrell

Sean is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator living in Brighton, MI, with his wife and dog. Passionate about design, he started learning the ins and outs of Photoshop and Illustrator - and the rest is history! He runs his freelance design company [brandclay] full time and specialize in logo design, branding, icon design, and illustration. He has had the privilege of working with hundreds of clients from around the world, ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 companies.

Rogie King

Rogie is a Disney addict, Montana man, and budding illustrator. Rogie fell in love with web design when he realized that the internet was built on rainbow unicorn magic dust and as a result, he set out upon his voyage to master the dark arts of design and javascriptery. His path in web design collided with NeonMob as he realized that he missed the long gone days of Lion King Series 1 & 2 foils and lenticular holograms, but his passion for collecting burned on. Alas! he found his long-lost shipmate, Mike Duca and began the voyage back to the future of collectibles on NeonMob.




All entries for the 100 Show must have been designed by firms or individuals in the state of Utah, Idaho and Nevada. The designs you submit may have been created for clients in any market. In addition, all entries must have been first published, printed, or circulated between January 1, 2013, and December 31, 2013.

All entries must be received by 5 p.m. on Friday March 28th, with an extended late-fee deadline of Friday, April 4th, 2014. Judging takes place in Salt Lake City (date to be announced), and winners will receive notification in late April. Merit and Copper Ingot awards will be presented to winners attending the AIGA 100 Show Design Gala & Benefit.

  • $50 Single / $60 Campaign
    AIGA Member
  • $40 Single / $50 Campaign
    Student Member
  • $60 Single / $70 Campaign
  • $50 Single / $60 Campaign
    Student Non-Member
  • $10 increase for late submissions
Submission guidelines

The Salt Lake City chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, is pleased to announce the 2014 AIGA 100 Show Gala & Benefit. The 100 Show, this region’s most prestigious juried competition, honors and showcases the year’s best design, advertising and digital media.

Of the 100 pieces selected, only 10 are awarded the coveted Copper Ingot, one of the most sought-after communication awards in the Intermountain West. Three Student Copper Ingot awards will also be given for the exemplary work created in the student category.

While supporting fellow designers, help support the Salt Lake Chapter of AIGA by participating in our silent auction. Work from professional artists, both locally and nationally, in the form of paintings, mixed media, photography, digital art, sculpture, jewelry and much more will be a part of the silent auction. If you would like to submit any items for the silent auction, email

Purchase your tickets now to celebrate and support the design profession!


Volunteers are needed to assist in all areas of the Salt Lake City 100 Show—from event check-in to set-up and take-down. Of course there are exciting benefits such as being involved with one of the most prestigious design competitions in the region and hanging out with local leaders in design. But most of all, experiencing this unique event that will help local designers interact and inspire, building a stronger creative community.

All volunteers receive free admission to the 100 Show. To find out more, contact us at


We invite individuals, businesses, and organizations to partner up with the 100 Show by attending and contributing to our silent auction or by becoming an official sponsor.

When you sponsor professional design activities like the AIGA 100 Show, you are able to reach designers by leveraging their relationship with an organization that is trusted and is their own. Audiences range from 200–300 of the highest recognized designers in our community as well as the the institutions that support them.

Learn more about our sponsorship opportunities by viewing this PDF. Have a question or want to get involved? Contact Kassie Wright at

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100 Show Book

Download PDF

If you want to save the book to your phone for your future viewing pleasure, click here to download the PDF of the AIGA SLC 100 Show winners' work now!

Buy Printed Copy

Who says print is dead? Purchase your printed copy of the AIGA SLC 100 Show book. You know you want to show off your work to your friends...

The Copper Ingot

One of the sought-after awards in our design community. Only 10 designers in the professional category and 3 designers in the student category will be given this award.

Certificate of Merit

Designers who's work has been selected to be included in the 100 show will receive a Certificate of Merit in addition to bragging rights for having their work on full display.

2013 AIGA SLC 100 Show Winners

Saturday May 17, 2014
Utah Museum of Fine Arts