Pentagram - Paula Scher National Design Award

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Pentagram (Worldwide) Partner Paula Scher was selected to receive the 2013 National Design Award for Communication Design. Sponsored by Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, the National Design Awards celebrate outstanding achievement and innovation in design and will be presented this fall at a gala in New York.

Pentagram created the logo and developed the name for 21st Century Fox. Michael Gericke and Emily Oberman designed a pair of sweeping searchlights that suggest entertainment, broadcasting, and limitless possibilities within a circle shape inspired by a lens.

Inspired by the format of a 12-inch LP cover, Abbott Miller designed the catalog for PUNK: Chaos to Couture, the spring 2013 exhibition at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Justus Oehler and Pentagram Berlin’s collaboration with Rolls-Royce continues with the design of the customer experience for the luxury automaker’s exhibition at the 83rd International Geneva Motor Show, including the launch of their new Wraith.

DJ Stout and his team in the Austin office created a starry new identity for Oklahoma City University, inspired by the school’s landmark Gold Star Tower, top-notch performing arts programs, and many celebrity alumni (OCU’s nickname is “Miss America U”).

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