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Jessica Roach

Jessica Roach has had a love for art and design since as long as she could remember. As a graduate Graphic Communication Design Major with a Minor in Fine Art, Jessica Roach has developed a passion for brand development, packaging design, environmental design, illustration, and finding that surprising, quirky, or outside-the-box solution to a design problem. Through the co-op program in college at DAAP, Jessica Roach had the opportunity to work for The Chesapeake Group, Cincinnati; Selbert Perkins Design, Los Angeles; AD Creative, London, UK; and Arrowstreet, Boston.

As a graduate Graphic Communication Design Major with a Minor in Fine Art, Jessica Roach has developed a passion for brand development, packaging design, environmental design, illustration, and finding that surprising, quirky, or outside-the-box solution
Arrowstreet
Boston

Donald Suthard

Donald Suthard is an Environmental Graphic Designer at Arrowstreet in Boston.

Before joining Arrowstreet Donald Suthard was the Art Director at Suffolk Univsersity for 14 years and a freelance designer for 11 years before that.

Donald Suthard is an Environmental Graphic Designer at Arrowstreet in Boston
Arrowstreet
Boston

Bob Lowe

Bob Lowe is a Principal at Arrowstreet in Boston.

Robert "Bob" Lowe is a principal at Arrowstreet and created Arrowstreet Graphic Design (AGD) in 1995 to bring Arrowstreet’s award winning, in-house graphic design to a larger commercial, academic, and institutional market.

Bob Lowe is a Principal at Arrowstreet in Boston.
Arrowstreet
Boston

Jenna Carolan

Jenna Carolan is an experienced graphic designer who applies her multi-disciplinary background in architecture, advertising, and 3D fabrication into an authentic and progressive design approach. Holding a Bachelor of Architecture from Iowa State University, she has spent the last several years designing environmental graphics that enhance the spaces in which people live, work, and play.

Jenna Carolan
Elkus Manfredi Architects
Boston

2022 SEGD GLOBAL DESIGN AWARDS: Celebrating Design that Connects People to Place

2022 SEGD GLOBAL DESIGN AWARDS: Celebrating Design that Connects People to Place

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WASHINGTON, June 22, 2022 — This year's winning projects in the SEGD Global Design Awards were announced on June 17, 2022, during the in-person 2022 SEGD Global Design Awards Ceremony at the SEGD Conference hosted at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Portland, Oregon.
The 38 winning projects span a range of topics, disciplines, and verticals, highlighting the role of design in addressing themes of tolerance, equity, sustainability, protest, and change. From monuments to victims of enslavement and persecution to immersive explorations of words, moving images, science, and more; to places that thoughtfully welcome people back to the workplace, school, and public spaces. This year's award-winning designers truly showcased the power of design to tell critical stories, bring people together, and inspire positive change worldwide.

Arrowstreet Designed a Series of Environmental Graphics for Elementary School

Arrowstreet Designed a Series of Environmental Graphics for Elementary School

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Arrowstreet's architectural team worked closely with the staff of Hildreth Elementary, to design a series of environmental graphics including an 82-foot-long mural. The graphics serve as teaching tools to help students understand their physical location and how they are connected to the broader world. They also support the building's biophilic design and emphasis on health and wellness.

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