Recently, the United States International Poster Biennial (USIPB), co-organized by CEIDA, was opened. More than 200 posters were selected from more than 7,380 posters from 75 countries, and the winners of each category were announced. A number of Chinese designers received awards. The selected posters will be displayed in multiple exhibitions across the United States, starting in Los Angeles, California, before traveling to Iowa, Indiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Pennsylvania and other states. Throughout 2024, the posters will also be displayed globally, including in countries such as Poland and China.
The U.S. International Poster Biennial (USIPB) is an international exhibition that celebrates and promotes excellence in poster design from around the world.
The USIPB Workshop was held in China in June 2023, with participating institutions including Shenyang Normal University, Huanggang Normal College, and Zhengzhou University of Light Industry. 2023 USIPB was a fulfilling and interesting 5-day antenna workshop program. The workshop provided a platform for teachers and students in the field of domestic design majors to exchange experiences and share resources. It provided us with different thinking logics, enhanced creativity and opened up ideas in practical exercises and guidance, and also promoted international cultural exchanges and cooperation. All in all, this workshop has built a solid platform for subsequent design teaching cooperation in the field of international design, and we are looking forward to richer, more comprehensive and professional exchange opportunities in the future.
Some of the students’ award-winning works
Workshop Program Presentation
A Social category Professional group
Gold Medal Zhusheng Lin China
Silver Prize Luka Prstojevic Serbia
Bronze Award Jianfei Lu Jianfei Lu China
B Cultural categories Specialized groups
Gold Medal Jouri Toreev Belarus
Silver Award Nick Mendoza USA
Bronze Medal Mohammad Afshar Iran
A Social category Student group
Gold Medal Erin Sedra USA
Silver Prize Hongyan Wang Wang Hongbi China
Bronze Medal Sebastian Strasnoy Argentina