2nd Shift, 31 & Change, Aaron Blendowski, Aaron Paul Boucher, Alex Chatham, Alex Gil, Alex Lin (Studio Lin), Alex Spain-Strombom, Alexander Birdsall, Alexandra Snook, Alvin Aronson, Alwyn Neville (Garrett Brooks), Alyssa Zygmunt (Brooklyn Rehab), Anders Rydstedt (RYB Design), Andie Olive (Biodidactic Design), Andrea Claire, Andrew Beauchamp, Andrew Hughes, Andrew Sack, Annika Jermyn, AO Monterosso, AREAWARE, Aria McManus, Asher Israelow, Ashira Israel, Bairon Garzon, Bear & Lion, Bec Brittain, Ben Light (B. Light Design), Benjamin Harrison Bryant, Brendan Keim, Brendan Kellogg, Brendan Ravenhill, Brendan Timmins, Brian Persico, Brittany Pool, byAMT, Carl Allen, Caroline McKeough (C. McKeough unLTD), Cat Merrick, Charles Constantine, Chen Chen, Chris Haynes, Christine Warren (Redstr Collective), Christopher Schanck, Christopher Specce, Chuck Routhier, CK1, Colene Blanchet, Colleen + Eric, Colleen Rae Smiley, CONFETTISYSTEM, Conor Klein, Craighton Berman, Dana D'Amico, Daniel Ballou, Daniel Michalik, Daniel Moyer, David Tsai, David Weeks, Debra Folz, Design Band (Emilie Baltz, Ben Bearsch), Doug Leckie, Dylan Palmer , Elisa Werbler, Elizabeth Moran, Emily Miranda, Emily Rothschild, Erica Rosenfeld, Erin Doughtery, Esque Studio, Evan Clabots, Evan Dublin, Evan Remington, Farrah Sit, Felicia Ferrone, Fort Standard, Fred Red, Frederick McSwain, Free Time Industries, Fruitsuper Design, Grain, Harry Allen, Heather Dunbar, Helen Lee, Hello. We Are ___., Hivemindesign, Hugh Hayden, Iacoli & McAllister, Ian Collings, Ian Densford, Isaac Chen, Isaac Krady, Izzi Galindo (JAF), Jack Craig, James Lear, Jason Miller, Jason Neufeld, Jason Pfaeffle, Jeff Dundas (Supernatural & Co.), Jen Turner, Jennifer Zona, Jess Fügler, Jieun Yoo, Jill Peterson, Joel Voisard, Joey Roth, Jon Chapman, Kai Williams, Karl Zahn, Katie Vitale (KVHH), Kim Harty, Klaus Rosberg (Sonic Design), KNS Design Collective, Kristen Wentrcek, Kristin Barron, Kurt Lenard, Kyle Cunniff, Kyle Daevel, L&G Studio, Lara Knutson, Laura Shim, Lauren Silagy (Kboom Culture), Leah Koransky, Lindsey Adelman, Li-Rong Liao, Louie Rigano, Marianne van Ooij (StudioOoij), Mark Dineen, Mark Grattan, Mark McGinnis, Mark Reigelman, Matthew Bradshaw, Matt Gagnon, Matt Pisane, Matthew Swinton, Melissa Gamwell, Michael Dreeben, Michael Liu, Michael Poindexter (DXP), Michel Ina (Formworks), Michelle Weinberg, Nancy Callan, Nanda Soderbergh, Nathan Vincent, Nervous System, Nicholas Oxley, Nicole Nadeau (KNS Design Collective), Object Trust, Pat Kim, Patrick Townsend, Paul Choate, Paul Loebach, Pete Oyler, Peter Pless, Peter Pracilio, Raven & Boar, Real OK Design, Reed Wilson, Richard Goodwin, Richard Saja, Robert Dobry, Robert DuGrenier, Robert Langhorn, Ross Menuez, Sara Ebert, Sara Musselman, Sarah Applebaum, Scrapile, Sebastian Errazuriz, Seldon Yuan, Seth + Megan, Seth Damm, Seth Keller, Shana Tabor (In God We Trust), Shelly Sabel, Silva/Bradshaw, Simon Arizpe, Stanley Ruiz, Steph Mantis, Steven Haulenbeek, Susan Clark, Taylor McKenzie-Veal, Winsome Brave, Tim Richartz, Travis Ekmark, Thaddeus Wolfe, The Fawn Conspiracy, The Future Perfect, Thomas Im, Timothy Liles, Tobias Wong, Uhuru, urbancase, Valerie Gnaedig, William Lee, Wintercheck Factory, Wyatt Little, Xarene Eskandar, Yukyeong Lee, Zac Weinberg, Zoë Bissell (Formed and Found)
BECOMING AN AmDC MEMBER
How do I become an AmDC member?
We welcome new membership enthusiastically! To become a member, you must submit to a show and be accepted.
What is the American Design Club?
The American Design Club is an organization bound together by the diversity of it constituents. For more information on who we are and what we aim to do, please visit our ABOUT page.
How do I get into a show?
We put out a call for submissions every time we announce a new show (please check our NEW section regularly for these announcements). In order to have your work appear in a show, you must apply on time with a completed submission form and be accepted. For other opportunities please visit our Facebook page.
How often do shows happen?
We typically host 2-3 shows a year.
Why is the AmDC logo a turkey?
Benjamin Franklin preferred the wild turkey to the bald eagle for the country's national symbol. In 1784, he wrote, 'The Turkey is a much more respectable bird, [and] a true original Native of America'. Our club is loosely based on Franklin's principles and philosophies as well as Franklin's 'Junto', the club he formed with colleagues and friends devoted to the mutual improvement of its members.
Are all AmDC shows based in NYC?
No, our first show outside of NYC, will take place in LA on November 10, 2012. If you have a venue in mind that would suit us, please don't hesitate to CONTACT us.
How can I get into the NYIGF AmDC booth?
At the moment we are invite-only for the NYIGF. If you would like to be considered for the booth, please CONTACT us.
How can I get my product into the AmDC online store?
We are currently accepting product submissions for our online store. If you would like your product to be considered for the store, please CONTACT us.
Is The AmDC a non-profit or for-profit organization?
The AmDC became an LLC in 2012 and is a for-profit group.
Do you accept interns?
Yes, if you would like to be considered for an internship, please CONTACT us.
We would love to know what you are up to! Please send updates to: info (at) americandesignclub (dot) com.