Cody Hudson is a Chicago based artist who also serves as owner and creative director of the design firm Struggle Inc. Known for the production of clean, multi-dimensional graphics, his design aesthetic is part urban modernism, and part organic visual deconstruction.
He has worked on numerous album and cd covers for artists including Mos Def & Diverse, Lady Sovereign, Five Deez, Tommie Guerrero, The Berg Sans Nipple and Slaraffenland for music labels Chocolate Industries, Quango, Team Love & Hometapes. He has designed, illustrated and art directed for clients such as Stussy, Nike, Burton Snowboards, Converse, Sixpack France, Yale University Art Gallery, Krooked Skateboards, Budweiser, VW & Wallpaper Magazine.
In addition to commercial projects, In 2006 Cody was commissioned by the City of Chicago Public Art Program to create a permanent installation at the White Sox/35th CTA station as part of the Arts in Transit Program. In 2007 he had his first solo museum show titled "There Ain't No Bottomless Pit Here, This is Fucking Magic Man, and Were All a Part of it Together" at the Museum of Contemporary Art - Chicago (MCA). His first book of art and design "Save My Life" was published in 2008 by Fifty24sf Gallery.
His graphic work and paintings have been exhibited throughout the US, Europe and Japan including the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), New Image Art (LA), Rocket Gallery (Tokyo), V1 (Copenhagen), The Lazy Dog (Paris), & Andrew Rafacz (Chicago). Cody’s work has also been featured in numerous magazines and publications including Elephant, idN, Straight No Chaser, Arkitip, Anthem, Monster Children & Juxtapoz.
Thursday, June 16th
6pm Mingle | 7pm Presentation
FREE for members | $10 for non-members | $5 for non-member students with valid student I.D.
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
715 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202
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LGDA is now AIGA Louisville!
LGDA was formed in 1988 in order to enhance the quality of design in our home community of Louisville, Kentucky. In 2014, LGDA made the jump to an AIGA chapter in order to further facilitate the design conversation and provide greater value to our members. On a larger scale, the group strives to educate the general public and business community about design and its effect on our daily lives. We are an entirely volunteer-based non-profit organization that relies on the passion of its members.