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Visual Communications Is Now Part Of Whitney Veigas

Visual Communications Is Now Part Of Whitney Veigas

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Whitney Veigas, a leading EGD firm based in Boston, announced today its expansion into the Midwestern US market with the acquisition of Visual Communications, Inc. (VCI). Starting in 1991, the team of Cheryl Long O’Donnell, Richard Lang, and Constance Carlson has successfully built VCI into the dominant signage design firm in Minneapolis—St. Paul by offering their clients a full spectrum of wayfinding, master planning, and documentation services.

Sitara Systems To Refresh Hospital’s Zebrafish Display With NFC Technology

Sitara Systems To Refresh Hospital’s Zebrafish Display With NFC Technology

Rethinking Touch: Dana-Farber Redesigns Famed Art Installation

The Zebrafish Display at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, is receiving a modern update, with the help of design and technology laboratory Sitara Systems. The Zebrafish Display is an interactive fundraising display of 477 3D printed zebrafish, an homage to the importance of zebrafish in cancer research. Each fish is a unique algorithmically-generated shape engraved with a short personal tribute from a donor who made a philanthropic gift in support of Dana-Farber’s mission.

Bluebird Graphic Solutions Completes Fabrication of 75 Hayden

Bluebird Graphic Solutions Completes Fabrication of 75 Hayden

75 Hayden is a new 213,000 square foot state of the art laboratory facility that was built for King Street Properties by BW Kennedy and is managed by JLL. The interior and exterior signs were designed by OMLOOP who designed the site signs, interior branding, cafe identity, and core and shell code signs.  Bluebird Graphic Solutions fabricated the exterior letters, interior lobby custom patinated steel structure with edge lit cut out text, wide format printed custom wallpaper and vinyl, garage signs, parking signage and code compliant ADA signage.

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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