Photo of BB&T Ballpark wayfinding

505Design (Charlotte, N.C.) is part of the design team developing BB&T Ballpark, the Charlotte Knight’s new home in Uptown Charlotte. 505Design is designing an environmental graphics program for the new minor-league ballpark that will be impactful, functional, and flexible, while enhancing the fan experience.

Avery Dennison

Photo of Habitat for Humanity vehicle wrap by Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison (Painesville, Ohio) is supporting SIGNARAMA’s partnership with Habitat for Humanity by donating vehicle wrap materials for 14 Habitat for Humanity trucks. SIGNARAMA announced a $250,000 partnership with Habitat for Humanity to help build and rehabilitate affordable homes throughout the United States and around the world.

Corbin Design

Corbin Design (Traverse City, Mich.) President Mark VanderKlipp earned his accreditation in Evidence-Based Design through the Center for Health Design. His certification brings Corbin Design into a community of healthcare administrators, practitioners, planners, architects, interior designers, and others committed to achieving real-world results in the design of healthcare environments.

Frost* Design

Photo of Central Park in Sydney

Frost* Design (Surry Hills, Australia) was part of the design team for the award-winning Central Park development in Sydney. Frost’s long-standing clients Frasers Property and Sekisui House Australia won the marketing award in the 2012 Urban Development Institute of Australia's National Awards for Excellence. The prestigious accolade was for their work to market the huge Central Park development.

Lorenc+Yoo Design

Lorenc+Yoo Design(Atlanta) is designing a series of gateway monuments as part of the Welcome to Georgia project, an initiative by the Georgia Department of Transportation. Working with AMEC Environmental & Infrastructure and Andrew Crawford Ironworks, Lorenc+Yoo is designing the monuments to be placed at the busiest highway entry points into Georgia.


LuciteLux (Cordova, Tenn.) introduced LuciteLux Impressions to its decorative acrylic sheet line. Impressions features a contemporary linear pattern and texture designed for retail and interior environments. The patterns come in a wide variety of colors and cannot be rubbed or scratched off.

Matthews Paint Introduced Amazing Pearls

photo of Amazing Pearls by Matthews Paint

Matthews Paint (Delaware, Ohio) introduced Amazing Pearls, an additive powder that creates a dramatic color effect that shifts at various angles. Matthews says the Amazing Pearl collection performs best when incorporated into a clear as a topcoat, over white or another color. Pearls can also be incorporated directly into any topcoat solid color or metallic. They are available in six colors: Crimson, Opal Blue, Gold Dust, Frost White, Russet, and Copper.

Pentagram - NYC DOT Look!

Photo of LOOK campaign for New York City

Pentagram (New York), working with the New York City Department of Transportation, has designed a playful new symbol and campaign that reminds pedestrians and drivers to look out for each other before entering crosswalks and intersections; “LOOK!”—created by Michael Bierut and team—is being introduced with a marketing campaign written and designed by Pentagram.

Studio SC

Studio SC (Seattle) is creating an environmental graphic and wayfinding signage program for the University of Washington’s Center for Commercialization. The department, housed in Fluke Hall, facilitates opportunities for the University’s researchers and coaches them through the commercialization process.


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