Chris Haar is an Environmental Graphic Designer with a focus on sign and display manufacturing. His expertise lies in generating original concepts, as well as collaborating with other designers to integrate manufacturing capabilities into designs. Haar specializes in Wayfinding design and execution, Branding, Visual Identities, ADA sign code, and Project Management.
Bob Harlow has recently opened Archetype’s Denver office and serves as an Account Executive for the custom fabrication firm.
Harlow joined SEGD in October of 1991 and attended his first national conference in New York City in August of 1992. In 1997, he joined SEGD’s Board of Directors and served as Industry Liaison for three years.
Gary Stemler was the 2014 Secretary/Treasurer of SEGD. Gary is a co-chair for the Minneapolis chapter.
Gary Stemler has been in the environmental graphics field for over 20 years helping designers and end users in the implementation of custom graphics all across the world. He has been an industry leader in mixing quality craftsmanship with modern manufacturing capabilities and delivering on end user expectations.
Archetype is one of the leading custom sign-fabrication partners in the Environmental/Experiential Graphic Design and Architectural Signage industry committed to turning their clients’ design visions into reality.
We are thrilled to announce that for the first time in SEGD Denver's chapter history, national specialty fabricator Archetype will be the first Annual Chapter Sponsor, supporting SEGD Denver's events and education efforts so that we can bring better, more varied programming to the Denver SEGD community.
Archetype (Minneapolis, Minn.), a custom sign fabricator of branded environmental elements that partners with leading designers and owners of public spaces, welcomes Bob Harlow as Account Executive. Harlow will represent Archetype in North America from their recently established office in Denver, Colorado.
Environmental graphics are an important story-building component in a building that is in itself a landmark; it’s the first all-timber building of seven stories to be built in the United States in over 100 years. T3, named for the design metaphor of fusing building elements of timber with technology and encouraging employees to use environmentally friendly transit, carries that vision into custom graphics that blend a sense of history with a clean approach to the future of work environments.