THE NEON MUSEUM
770 Las Vegas Boulevard North
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Nov. 14, 2014 | 7pm – 11pm
Celebrate a century with us under the neon at one of Las Vegas’ most iconic venues with one of the industry’s most celebrated designers. AIGA Las Vegas presents Stefan G. Bucher of 344 Design, and creator of “The Daily Monster,” as he speaks about the importance of the past 100 years in design with an eye toward the future, also sharing some unique perspectives from his work in Las Vegas for beloved performers Blue Man Group.
Amid the bright lights of the Neon Boneyard, Las Vegas AIGA will host tours of the outdoor museum space, with hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Guests who choose may buy upgraded tickets to visit with Stefan in an hour-long VIP reception. Parties of 10 guests or more also have access to a discounted group rate.
In addition, Somersault Letterpress will demonstrate how to use a Chandler and Price tabletop press to produce a limited edition take-home commemorative print, designed in collaboration with Amy Pienta of Somersault Creative and Maureen Adamo of SK+G.
Guests will also have a chance to participate in a silent auction and win their place at a limited seating lunch with Stefan Bucher Saturday, Nov. 15. The auction will also include the AIGA Las Vegas chair, designed by chapter member Mary Hill and displayed in New York as part of the national AIGA 100 exhibit. Check back for updated auction listings.
For more information, visit www.aigalv100.com.
BUY TICKETS NOW
- Student (AIGA member rate): $20
- RSVP (AIGA member rate): $30
- Student :$30
- RSVP: $50
- VIP: $100
- Group rate: $300 for 10 guests, and $25 for each additional
ABOUT STEFAN G. BUCHER
Stefan G. Bucher is a man possessed. When an idea pops into his head he can’t stop until he somehow makes it real. Over the years this has led him to move from his native Germany to Southern California, where he got himself a degree from a killer art school. It pushed him to work as an art director at one of the world’s best ad agencies in one of the world’s wettest cities. It also got him fired from said agency less than a year later.He then moved back to Los Angeles and became the man behind the 344 Design Empire . He has designed CD covers for just about every major record company and for a few minor ones, too. He has done work for Sting and Whitney Houston, and once rode in an elevator with the great Hunter S. Thompson, three times in a row.
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