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'Good' co-founder Casey Caplowe shares insights at tonight's WAC lecture

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The 25th-annual Insights Series, a graphic design lecture series hosted by the Walker Art Center, is quickly coming to a close. So far this year's talks have featured Kevin Quealy, graphics editor at the New York Times; Michael Hart of the Minneapolis-based agency Mono; Julie Beeler of Portland's Second Story Interactive Studio; and James Goggin of London-based Practise and current design director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.


The season's final lecture takes place this evening and features Casey Caplowe, the co-founder and creative director of Good magazine.

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Good's print publication and website provides tips, tricks, and utilities to help people and businesses give back to the environment and community. Not only is Good magazine a print publication geared toward the wholesome rewards of doing good work and highlighting the innovative work of others--the company also focuses on other major design projects, including their website, videos, and live events. Since its start in 2006, Good has become a beacon in both the editorial world as well as in visual design.

Hear Caplowe share his insights, innovations, and contributions to the design world tonight at 7 p.m. in the Walker Art Center's Walker Cinema. Tickets are $20 or $10 for students.