Mig Reyes

is a designer.

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Mig is a graphic designer from Chicago trying to make nice things for nice people. He designs for the web at Threadless, asks people to share advice on Humble Pied and a few other things, too.

I’ve worked with some really great design studios and agencies, now happily working as an interactive designer at the world’s most awesome t-shirt company: Threadless. Beyond making the internets and modeling tees, I’m passionate about experimenting on side projects and collaborating with other creative types. I’m into paying positive experiences forward, so I serve as a mentor in AIGA, as well as lecture at colleges and conferences. I also teach at The Chicago Portfolio School, sharing my work experiences with my students. But beyond all that design stuff, I’m also way into craft beer, pizza and dance parties. Usually all together. So, we should be friends.

Selected books…

Flaunt. The Graphic Eye. Really Good Packaging: Explained. Creative Grab Bag. LogoLounge IV. See more →

Work + Clients

Threadless. Segura, Inc. Rule29. AIGA. Harley-Davidson. SC Johnson. Sears. Rand McNally. See a full resume →

Speaking, Judging + Presenting

“Staying scrappy. Making stuff.”
Zappos / Las Vegas, NV / October 2010
“Designing for a Million+ of your Friends”
The School of VISUAL ARTS / New York, NY / September 2010
“Inspiring Awesome with Threadless”
PSFK Salon / Chicago, IL / August 2010
“What You Don’t Learn in Design School”
HOW Design Conference 2010 / Denver, CO / June 2010
“I Swear I Wasn’t Procrastinating!”
Lipscomb University / Nashville, TN / April 2010
“NORI Awards”
Albany Ad Club / Albany, NY / March 2010
“Doodler to Designer”
Nebraska Wesleyan University / Lincoln, NE / February 2010
“Thoughts On Being a Young Designer”
Portland State University, FoGD / Portland, OR / February 2010
“Brands & Shizz”
Spark Conference 2009: Brand Me / Schaumburg, IL / November 2009
“Early Life at Threadless + The Yawn Project”
The Show ’n Tell Show / Chicago, IL / August 2009
“5 Things We Wish We Knew Earlier”
The Illinois Institute of Art / Schaumburg, IL / May 2009
“The Paths We Take”
The Illinois Institute of Art / Schaumburg, IL / December 2007

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