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As a preferred vendor of HP, Mactac was approached to supply the print media for two large walls spanning from the lobby to the conference room area. The end results are representative of a valued partnership that left the Sundance Institute team ecstatic with their space.
As part of Arrowstreet's work at the Boston Public Library’s Central Library in Copley Square, their graphics team designed an engaging mosaic featuring an interpretation of the City of Boston created entirely out of over 1,000 hardcover books.
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After 10 years and with over 40 cadets in their hometown of Philadelphia, Bluecadet announced the opening of their second studio, in New York. The office is located in Chelsea among the galleries and steps from the High Line. It offers Bluecadet the opportunity to expand their services, skills and capabilities and allows them to hire some old friends while making some new ones.
"The challenge of JP Atlanta,” said Richard Poulin, “was to create an identity with a clear reference to the 1960s and the era of the initial development of Peachtree Center without producing something static or dated.”
Accepting the award, Eileen Jones cited the importance of team collaboration and culture in producing superior results. “What is essential to design leadership is inspiring passion, curiosity and creativity across teams,” she said. “This is how great design happens.”
Experience design firm ESI Design (New York) hired award-winning architectural and product designer Anthony Deen as their new Director of Physical Design. Deen will oversee a multi-disciplinary team tasked with designing retail environments, museum exhibits, corporate installations and large-scale media experience projects.
Pentagram created an identity that features a wordmark set in the literary serif Didot, with the clean, modern Futura as the supporting font. The logotype is accompanied by a distinctive mark that combines the iconic shape of an Adirondack chair and books on a shelf. A color palette in cool shades of ocean blue completes the new look.
"That Richard Poulin has created yet another stunning, essential book on architecture and graphic design comes as no surprise. His books will be a defining, canonical reference for an entire discipline," says Jonathan Alger of C&G Partners of the new publication.