Holiday Poster Series – Command X Collab

Limited edition set of 5 prints by AIGA'S Command X 6 contestants. Designed by Daniela Valle, Katie Coughlan, Isabel Castillo Guijarro, Adam Lehman and Andres Garcia.

Limited edition 11.5 x 14.5 in prints by AIGA'S Command X 6 contestants.
Designed by Daniela Valle, Katie Coughlan, Isabel Castillo Guijarro,  Adam Lehman and Andres Garcia. 

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Command X is a live event where 7 young professionals are selected to compete against each other in front of an audience of thousands. We were given design assignments with less than 24 hours to find a solution, after which we presented our designs to the crowd. The audience voted for their favorites, 2 designers were eliminated, and the remaining competitors were given their next challenge. This proceeded for 3 nights until there was one winner.

Although the competition was grueling, we are all so grateful to have experienced it. If you watched us and voted, thank you so much for your support. 

Lastly, we truly hope you enjoy this collection of holiday posters. Feel free to share, tag us and spread the love!

Limited edition set of 5 Holiday Prints by AIGA'S Command X 6 contestants. Designed by Daniela Valle, Katie Coughlan, Isabel Castillo Guijarro, Adam Lehman and Andres Garcia. 
– Cheers!
Katie Coughlan
– If I had to, I would name the poster HEARTCRACKER. Not that Frida Kahlo herself was a heartbreaker, but instead she aced the sentiment, she owned the verb itself of being torn into a thousand pieces, and find love in the unconditionally cracks of the heart. Pop culture collage, inspired on Elton John's song "Dont go Breaking my heart", the nutcracker, and my mexican unconditional love.
Daniela Valle
– I designed this because I'm into abstract shapes for the Holidays.
Isabel Castillo Guijarro
– My poster was inspired by a series I used to do called "colorful language." So my poster is two fold, I want people to have a great fucking holiday, that's true, but also a little colorful language never hurt anyone, so go ahead and use it this holiday season when arguing with relatives about politics.
Adam Lehman
– You better watch out, he sees you when you're sleeping...
Andres García
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