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Rachel Pedro FAS274 A Spring 2013


Table of Contents 4-5 Logotype 6-7 Business Card & Letterhead 8-11 Symbol & Word Book 12-13 Saint Anselm Posters 14-15 Magazine Layout 16-17 Saint Anselm Crest 18-19 Poster Designs


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Mo scow e t l l m a y By Ellen

Police officials here on Tuesday detained a dancer at the Bolshoi Ballet and two suspected accomplices in connection with an acid attack in January on the company’s artistic director, Sergei Filin, a crime that gripped Moscow and left one of Russia’s most revered institutions in turmoil.

Investigators said that they believed that the dancer, Pavel Dmitrichenko, hired two men to accost Mr. Filin outside his apartment building late on Jan. 17. As Mr. Filin punched in an entry code, the police said, a masked man called his name and tossed the contents of a jar of sulfuric acid at his eyes.

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Early Wednesday morning, a spokesman for the Russian Interior Ministry said that one of the three had confessed to the crime. “Therefore, we can consider that the crime has been solved,” the spokesman said, according to the Interfax news agency. The person who the police say confessed was not identified.

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The crime set off weeks of soul-searching in this ballet-mad city, especially because Mr. Filin said he was sure he had been attacked over a professional grudge. Detectives worked their way through the ranks of the Bolshoi, becoming so entranced by the world of the ballet that they began asking Mr. Filin for tickets, he said in a recent interview.

Mr. Dmitrichenko had not been mentioned publicly as a potential suspect. A theatrical, athletic dancer, he is a fierce advocate of classicism in the Bolshoi’s repertory. He is also romantically linked with a ballerina in the company, Anzhelina Vorontsova, whose supporters blame Mr. Filin for stalling her career. Neither Mr. Dmitrichenko nor anyone representing him commented on Tuesday.

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The company’s spokeswoman, Katerina Novikova, said the day’s revelations had given her hope that the theater could leave a dark chapter behind.

Investigators had been combing through the records of cellphone calls placed from areas around the scene of the attack. Before dawn on Tuesday morning, police officers carried out a raid in Stupino, a neighborhood outside Moscow that is also the site of summer cottages used by Bolshoi Theater personnel.


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