2017

The District Burlington Environmental Graphics by Poulin + Morris

District Burlington Entrance Identification

The District Burlington is a 13 building, 54-acre office complex in Burlington, Massachusetts, outside of Boston and part of the Route 128 high-tech corridor. The development, previously called the New England Executive Park, was built in the 1960s through the 1980s. While the location in the Boston area’s technology hub was highly desirable, the facilities were showing their age and no longer made sense for modern workplaces.

Gemini Announces Expansion of GemTrim™ Trim Cap Line

Gemini GemTrim Cap Trim

Gemini (Cannon Falls, Minn.), an industry leader in the wholesale manufacture of dimensional letters, logos and plaques, expands its GemTrim offering to include two-inch-wide trim cap, supplied in 100-foot rolls. The new two-inch size complements the existing GemTrim three-quarter and one-inch sizes.

The addition of the two-inch-wide size provides customers with a full array of trim cap options to add accent color, depth, and structural integrity to the production of any channel letter project. 

Jim Belilove of Creative Edge Sponsors Special Presentation

Jerry Yellin, p-51 pilot

Jim Belilove, President of Creative Edge Master Shop is sponsoring a special presentation at the Coverings Trade Show (the World of Stone and Tile) by Jerry Yellin, the p-51 pilot who flew the last combat mission of WW2. Captain Yellin has a remarkable and fascinating life story and his great joy, at 93 years of age, is sharing his experiences and observations about war, peace, hate, fear, love, family and reconciliation.

Paula Scher Featured in "Abstract" Series on Netflix

Headshot of Paula Scher

Pentagram’s Paula Scher is featured in the new documentary series “Abstract: The Art of Design,” now streaming on Netflix. The show explores the lives and ideas of leading figures in design and architecture, with each episode focusing on a single creator and their practice. Scher’s entry, directed by the noted documentary filmmaker Richard Press (“Bill Cunningham New York”), looks at the influence New York City has had on the designer’s work, her lifelong love of typography, and the map paintings she creates alongside her client projects.

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