The graphic design community is getting a lot of attention this year, with the launch of new conferences and events, and more and more publications getting involved in the field.

And the buzz around design is just beginning.

But this year is no different.

This is the first time since the 1990s that we’re going to have the chance to look at the next generation of graphic designers, and see what they’ve been working on in the years since they were first introduced.

We’re starting with some of the big names, like Giorgio Armani and Paul Rand.

These guys have created some of our most iconic and beloved logos, and are bringing them to life for us now.

This year’s theme is “Graphic Designers” and it’s a very important topic for us to tackle.

The themes for this year’s conference include “New Perspectives on Graphic Design,” “New Graphic Design Trends,” and “Grammar and Style in Graphic Design.”

The first theme of the conference, “New Grammar and Design,” will cover the basics of what we call “grammar,” the structure and hierarchy of a graphic design project.

But there’s a lot more to the subject than just grammar.

This conference will also focus on “style” and how that should be defined in a graphic designer’s work.

The second theme, “Grams in Graphic Art,” will help us better understand what we consider “grammatical grammar.”

The third theme, which is about design, will focus on what it means to “draw a graphic” in the first place.

And of course, we’ll have a “Graphing” session to discuss the history of the word “graphing,” as well as how it came to be and how it can be improved.

But most importantly, there will be a talk called “Design and Graphic Design” and, of course,, we’ll also have a panel of designers and industry experts in a discussion about their experiences with designing and graphic design.

So if you’re interested in seeing what’s going on, you can register now at gfxdesign.com/event/new-grammar-and-design-the-next-generation.

And if you want to get more information about the upcoming conference, we’ve put together a great video, with all the details, below.

You can also watch the conference live, or watch it in HD via Polygon.