November 2011

Alexander Isley Collaborated with Girl Scouts of America

Alexander Isley Inc. (Redding, Conn.) collaborated with Girl Scouts of America to design a new kit that organizes all of its programs into one accessible format. "The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting" is a set of six binder kits, one for each level of Girl Scouts. The Alexander Isley team developed the overall look and formats, art-directed the sections, and worked with the Girl Scouts team to develop and execute all of the contents.


FMG (Houston) was commissioned by Valley Health to provide comprehensive environmental graphic design services for Page Memorial Hospital, a new replacement hospital and medical office building in Luray, Va.

The firm was also commissioned to develop comprehensive environmental graphics programs for three Virginia healthcare facilities: Riverside Surgical Expansion at Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News, Va., Riverside Doctor's Hospital in Williamsburg, and Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital in Nassawadox.

Hunt Design - San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Hunt Design (Pasadena, Calif.) planned and designed all-new wayfinding signage and thematic entrance graphics for the recently renamed and rebranded San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The graphics greet more than 1 million annual visitors to the 1,800-acre park.

The firm was recently awarded a project to develop site-wide wayfinding for the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, one of the largest zoos in the Midwest U.S.

Lord Cultural Resources

Lord Cultural Resources (Toronto) is sharing the firm’s expertise in creating cultural capital at several international conferences this fall.

Gail Dexter Lord, co-president, presented a keynote on "Effective City-Branding Strategies: How to Design and Position Premium Cities in a Time of Cultural Change" and Laure Confavreux Colliex, executive vice president, was a panelist for "Identity, Culture, and Premium Branding" at PremiumFest Forum, the inaugural international festival on premium products and services in Madrid, Nov. 3-4.


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