Denver

Denver Chapter Holiday Party

November 22, 2013

The Denver Chapter held its holiday party this year at Ink Lounge Creative. Ink Lounge is a small multidisciplinary creative studio that holds workshops that teach people how to screen print. The event was open to members, non-members, and students. With 20 attendees, we spent 2.5 hours getting our hands dirty and learning the screen printing process.

Studio Tour at Arthouse Design

October 17, 2013

We had a great turn out of over 30 attendees which included designers, fabricators, students, and AIGA and ADCD members. Special thanks to Marty, Megan, Beth, Chuck and Clara of Arthouse Design, not only for their generous hospitality, but also for the candid open dialogue and thoughtful insights they shared about their design process and the company.

Angela Serravo

SEGD Denver Chapter Co-Chair

Angela Serravo is a Principal Partner/Lead Designer at Tangram Design, a Colorado Chapter Chair with the Society of Environmental Graphic Design, and an active volunteer in her local community.

Headshot of Angela Serravo, SEGD Denver Chapter, Tangram
Denver, CO

Mountain Monorail

Honor Award
Mountain Monorail, Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design, Zach Lee

The Mountain Monorail project is a proposed solution to a high-speed, mass transit system along the I-70 corridor, which winds through the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The design concept for the identity utilizes qualities that reflect the pristine, dynamic, and unique nature of the mountain environment. Other suggestive elements in the identity help illustrate the idea of the monorail: the abstract shape of the monorail in the logo, the dynamic curved shapes that emphasize how the monorail wraps around its guideway beam, and the oblique type implying speed.

Zach Lee

Ceramic Tiles of Italy AIA Exhibit

Merit Award
Ceramic Tiles of Italy AIA Exhibit, Italian Trade Commission, Mauk Design

While the function of this exhibit was to showcase Italian tiles, a fabrication requirement was that tiles be used sparingly to keep the shipping weight down. Each overhead pyramid lights a single tile, each weighing less than fifty pounds.

Minimalist elements allow the tiles to be displayed much like art objects. The entire exhibit is dipped in Ferrari red, as most Italian tile manufacturers are located near Modena.

Mauk Design

Richard Foy

1999 SEGD Fellow

Richard Foy co-founded CommArts with Henry Beer in 1973. The two met at the office of Charles and Ray Eames. CommArts was an office of architects, industrial, interior, graphic, and environmental graphic designers.

Richard Foy, CommArts, Stantec, Boulder, Colorado
Boulder, Colorado

Henry Beer

1999 SEGD Fellow

Henry Beer co-founded CommArts with Richard Foy in 1973. The two met at the office of Charles and Ray Eames and for 35 years, along with Janet Martin, headed a staff of architects, industrial, interior, graphic, and environmental graphic designers who created nationally and internationally acclaimed work for their clients.

Henry Beer, CommArts, Stantec, Boulder, Colorado
Boulder, Colorado

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