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

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.


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.