DLR Group welcomes experiential graphic designer Zach Kotel to the firm. He is a talented and versatile designer with nearly 10 years experience in wayfinding + signage packages, brand development campaigns, and experiential graphics projects for a variety of client types. Working from the firm’s Denver location, Kotel will lead project teams in art direction, design, and project management to elevate a client’s brand.
JLL engaged us to incorporate their brand identity and add compelling visual elements to their renovated Denver location in 2018. In the highly competitive world of commercial real estate, JLL understood the importance of personalizing its space to engage its local workforce and create an emotional connection to the JLL brand through the physical space.
From funding, planning and infrastructure, to design and policing, many transit agencies essentially have built two systems with different standards for “choice” and “dependent” riders (that is to say white and Black).
When work for Ink Lounge (Denver) owner, artist and screen printer Stuart Alden dried up due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, he reached out to artists in a similar situation to participate in an online art exhibit, each creating a work inspired by their time at home. The result is Home.Hope!, an online exhibit running through May 29, 2020. The show features 25 artists, with images screen printed by Ink Lounge and print sales directly supporting the artists and Access Gallery, a Denver nonprofit.