Pentagram created the identity and environmental graphics for Titletown, which recently opened in Green Bay, Wis.—home to the Green Bay Packers and adjacent to their legendary Lambeau Field.
Branding and design agency Shikatani Lacroix is expanding its team and US presence with the addition of Ian Magrisso and Carlos Garza to its roster. “We are thrilled to welcome Ian and Carlos to our team,” said Jean-Pierre Lacroix, president of Shikatani Lacroix. “Their combined skills and experience will amplify our impact across North America.”
The Surface Imaging program at Jefferson is now accepting new degree candidates for 2018-2019, starting May 14, 2018. This unique graduate program utilizes a variety of state-of-the-art digital printing technologies at the Center for Excellence in Surface Imaging. Successful students enrolled in this accelerated one-year program will graduate in August 2019.
As part of its mission to develop near-term, practical solutions to problems faced by airport operators, Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) officials selected GS&P to develop a guidebook to help airport operators improve pedestrian wayfinding systems so passengers with disabilities and aging travelers can more easily travel independently through airports.
ZEBRADOG (aka Z•D Studios, Incorporated) recently announced the promotion of Ms. Caroline Altfeather as their Director of Project Management. Altfeather joined ZEBRADOG in 2009 as a Project Manager and was later promoted to a Senior Project Manager, a role she has occupied since 2014.
With 3.2-mil clear PVC facestocks that eliminates color shifting and 58-pound smooth white kraft liners, Mactac’s ColorGard LUV family of high-performance acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive films are newly improved.
To help the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden tell the important story of water conservation, Hunt Design recently created the Crescent Farm display.
The electronic paper display developer E Ink created the electronic ink technology behind Amazon’s Kindle ebook readers. Now it is using that same technology to help create Dazzle, a giant public programmable art installation at the San Diego International Airport.
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canadian independence, the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa renovated, modernized and reinterpreted all three galleries in their signature Canadian History Hall.
Unified Field created 46 interactive experiences for the 40,000-square-foot space, which run the gamut from a large-scale, interactive “Conclusion Wall” generated by visitor contributions to a mobile app providing accessible visual and audio content.
Mactac, a leading provider of wide-format graphic solutions, announces its inclusion in Digital Output’s 23rd Annual Top 50 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Flocks of birds fly in mesmerizing patterns and giant trees sway inside of 900 North Michigan Shops, the Magnificent Mile destination made even more stunning by a major renovation unveiled in November.
RMG Networks Holding Corporation (RMG), a leader in technology-driven visual communications, recently announced the global launch of Korbyt™, an enterprise communications platform and KorbytGO™, a mobile app.
Ivan Chermayeff, legendary graphic designer, artist, illustrator and mentor to generations of designers, died over the weekend at age 85.
As part of their on-going work, creative agency Johnson Banks brought in Whybrow Wayfinding to help develop a wayfinding scheme for Camberwell College of Arts, which is part of UAL (University of the Arts London).
Nick Bannikoff and Carlo Giannasca recently spoke to InDesignLive.com about why they’re on a mission to build a strong community of experiential designers in Australia. Earlier this year, Nick Bannikoff, design manager at BrandCulture and Carlo Giannasca, head of environments at Urbanite announced they were bringing SEGD to Sydney through their local chapter. They chatted candidly about the rise of experiential graphic design and how the blending of graphics, wayfinding and interior design can make for better branded spaces.
Courtyard by Marriott, is the host of the "Super Bowl Sleepover Contest" that will award one winner and a guest with a sleepover in a converted, field-level suite at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota the night before Super Bowl LII in February 2018. To help transform the stadium suite into a near-perfect replica of a Courtyard by Marriott hotel room, IMG LIVE brought in bluemedia to build buzz around the brand by creating a 4-D virtual reality dome in the middle of New York.
East meets West—again! On his recent trip to Beijing, David Vanden Eynden of CVEDesign reconnected with Linda Bai; they originally met at a meetup for designers from Beijing and Nanjing, arranged by SEGD CEO Clive Roux. Linda Bai’s firm Only Design specializes in branding, packaging and retail environments. CVEDesign is delighted to continue and strengthen their connections with colleagues in China and around the world.
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The America for Bulgaria Foundation has once again tapped Lee Skolnick Architecture and Design Partnership’s interior exhibit design and graphic design expertise to re-imagine Pirogov Children’s Hospital in Sofia. Working in partnership with IKEA to select homey, modern, child-friendly furniture, LHSA+DP has completely renovated the hospital into a welcoming environment.
At the center of Congress Square, Arrowstreet is revitalizing Quaker Lane into an active and vibrant pedestrian walkway with engaging ground level retail, outdoor seating and dining options.
Mvix, a digital signage company, is offering The Future Leaders in Visual Communication Scholarship to college students pursuing a career in the art and design industry. The annual scholarship awards $1,000 to U.S. undergraduates majoring in Fine Arts, Graphic Design or a related field of study.
Selbert Perkins Design (Chicago) was pleased to announce the hiring of Sharon Brooks as the new Director of Business Development in their Chicago office. She will be focusing on business development for branded environments, signage and wayfinding systems and public art.
This year, the Portland multi-disciplinary design firm Mayer/Reed, Inc. is recognizing two anniversaries—a thirtieth and a fortieth. This unusual milestone marks the firm’s establishment by Michael Reed, FSEGD, in 1977 as a visual communications and product design studio; then he formed a partnership ten years later with Carol Mayer-Reed, FASLA, who added landscape architecture and urban design services.
Creating spaces for inclusivity and accessibility has fast become a priority for experiential designers; with 2017 bringing a close to a year’s worth of progress, the question everyone is asking is, "Are we there yet?" At Access 2017 in Brisbane, wayfinding professionals from across Australia came together to discuss this topic.