AIGA Kansas City is proud to announce Paul Diamond as our 2016 AIGA Fellow

Paul Diamond is a partner at Diamond Merckens Hogan, an advertising firm that self-describes as “Your friendly neighborhood ad agency with a global reach.”

He co-founded the firm in 2007. Paul also teaches Graphic Design part-time at the Kansas City Art Institute. Before DMH, Paul worked at Sullivan Higdon & Sink as an Associate Creative Director from 1999 to 2007.

A Kansas City-native, he received a bachelor’s degree of fine arts in Visual Communication at the University of Kansas. He also holds a master of arts in Advertising Design from Syracuse University.

The AIGA Fellow program recognizes a designer who has made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within our local and regional design community as well as in our Kansas City AIGA chapter.

We will formally honor Paul at our A12 Design Exhibition & Gala onSeptember 17. Join us to recognize and celebrate Paul for his contributions to the Kansas City design community!

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By Jessica Lyonford
Published September 9, 2016
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3 responses to “AIGA Kansas City is proud to announce Paul Diamond as our 2016 AIGA Fellow”

  1. Judy Diamond says:

    I couldn’t be prouder of you, Paul!! What an accomplishment at such a young age! Keep up the good work for your firm and for Kansas City… I always knew you would be successful at whatever you wanted to achieve. Love you, Mom

  2. Judy Diamond says:

    I am so very proud of you, Pookie!!! I always knew you would be successful in anything you set your mind to do.
    Congratulations on a fabulous acknowledgement. Keep up the good work, Mr. Kansas City!
    Love and hugs, Mom

  3. Sue Brandt says:

    This is a wonderful tribute to you Paul. Congratulations and keep up your fabulous work.

    Sue Brandt