Scott Laserow is a full professor of Graphic and Interactive Design at Temple University, Tyler School of Art and Architecture, in Philadelphia, PA, USA, where he has taught for almost thirty years. His curriculum includes traditional graphic design, branding, identities, page layout, packaging, posters, and emerging technologies; animation; augmented reality; digital publication; tablet applications; and website design and development. For over thirty years, Scott has brought his unique approach to graphic design in print, web, interactive design, and animation. Between Scott’s client work and poster design, he has won over seventy-five prestigious national and international awards, been featured in over sixty publications, and been included in over sixty exhibitions in sixteen countries, all peer-reviewed. Since 2004, Scott has focused increasingly on posters as a design challenge and an instrument of social change. Since he started creating posters, he has been involved in many social, environmental, and political causes. Scott’s posters have appeared in numerous international publications and exhibitions; many have received international awards and are in permanent collections worldwide. Scott has also refereed and judged various international poster competitions.