Seattle

C.K. Anderson

C.K. Anderson, Principal and Creative Director, Helveticka

Thirty-some years ago, C.K. Anderson embarked on a career in graphic design only when it became increasingly evident that the NBA wasn’t going to call. It all worked out, though: instead of a has-been point guard with bad knees, CK Anderson has become one of the Northwest region’s foremost branding experts, leading a small and cohesive team of some of the most talented and creative thinkers in the northwest.

C.K. Anderson Principal and Creative Director, Helveticka
Helveticka
Spokane, Washington

Russ Roberts

2016 SEGD Annual Conference: Seattle Chair and Project Director at Creo Industrial Arts


Russ Roberts is a co-founder of CRĒO Industrial Arts establishing the company in Seattle, Washington 30 years ago. From fabrication to design and project management, Russ has participated in all facets of the signage industry for over 39 years.

Headshot of Russ Roberts, Creo Industrial Arts
CREO Industrial Arts
Seattle, Washington

Arscentia

THINKERS. PARTNERS. FRIENDS. CREATORS.

Arscentia dig deep to uncover powerful truths because they fuel design that works hard in the world. Arscentia tirelessly explore new creative territory, seeking greater impact, deeper connection, ultimately delivering better experiences.

Gensler

Gensler is a global design firm that has a network of 46 offices around the globe that partners with clients to make cities more livable, work smarter and leisure more engaging. The firm has a staff of 4,000 professionals networked across 46 locations believe quality design can transform organizations and improve people’s lives.

Patrick Angelel

Patrick Angelel was SEGD Secretary/Treasurer in 2015-2016 and served on the SEGD Board in 2012-2019. He is owner of CREO Industrial Arts in Seattle.

A custom fabrication company, CREO Industrial Arts produces environmental graphics, signage and other specialty items such as custom lighting and street furniture.

Patrick Angelel, Principal at CREO Industrial Arts
CREO Industrial Arts
Seattle

Fabrication Story: 37 Floors of Fun

Fabrication Story: 37 Floors of Fun

Read Time: 6 minutes

Workplaces in the tech space are often showcases for playful one-of-a-kind placemaking installations that encourage recruitment and employee participation. With art walls made from hundreds of Rubik’s Cubes, light switches and more, “Block 20” (Seattle) is a prime example of what can result from creative collaborations between designers and fabricators CRĒO Industrial Arts, IA Interior Architects and NBBJ.

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As told by CRĒO’s Kyle Ottosen:

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