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AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28 Copyright Š 2014 by SUZANNA MW STEPHENS All rights reserved. No part may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. ISBN (hardcover): 978-0-9891204-2-5 ISBN (electronic): 978-0-9891204-3-2 Publication & competition design by

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TABLE OF CONTENTS AGDA 28 Best of Category Winner Profiles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Advertising (Print). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Advertising (Internet) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Announcements & Cards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Annual Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Brochures & Catalogs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Business Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Calendars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Complete Branding Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Direct Mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Environmental Graphics & Signage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Illustration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Logos & Trademarks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Posters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Pro Bono Work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 Promotions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 Publication Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231 Stationery Sets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249 Trade Show Displays & Exhibits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255 Typography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259 Wearables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 263 Websites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273 Student Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 283 Index, The. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 313


When we queried our Best of Category winners for information to include in the following PROFILES section, not everyone responded. We say this only to let our readers know we did not exclude anyone by choice. We wanted everyone to come to the “party” but sometimes you just can’t make it and that’s okay. We know it takes a lot of time and effort to enter a competition and we know the extra assignment of providing a company bio was an unexpected one. Thanks to everyone who was able to participate! Also, text was submitted in such varied formats we decided to let the creative firms tell their own stories. We didn’t rewrite and we didn’t try to make it all fit a predefined template. Each of them is a little different from all the others—just like the creatives involved.


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608 Aldrich Avenue South • Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409 www.5by5design.com Wendy Ruyle and Diana Lillicrap, Principals founded 2006

WENDY RUYLE

Company Evolution/History/Mission We believe great design can be powerful and we want see results in our community from our efforts. After working together at a large agency for eight years, we realized we could combine our talents in a unique way—strategy and creativity working together to achieve real results that we could see in real time. We offer creative ideas managed at the level you’d expect from a large agency, but with the approachability and efficiency of a small firm. Each of our clients works directly with us. If they like us, they’ll like our company. Our Process We don’t believe in a cookie-cutter approach to design. Each project has unique opportunities DIANA LILLICRAP to be amazing. We start every project by getting to know our clients and helping them to know themselves. That builds consensus and consistency from the inside out. Then we deliver on what we said we would by building a scalable team that flexes to meet the specific needs of every project. We purposely work with a diverse set of clients so we can apply out-of-industry thinking to new markets. Which also keeps us inspired and challenged in what we do. From fitness and fashion to music and museums, we have a client base that has one core thing in common: people that are ready to think strategically and embrace the process of great design. We’re also pretty fun to talk to at cocktail parties because our clients keep us up-to-date on so many varied subjects. Our Vision We work really hard to run a respected design firm that brings fulfillment to our careers and adds to the quality of our lives as well as the community around us. One example of this approach has been our part in the creation of Minnesota Do-Gooders Club (mndogooders.org), an organization for designers, developers, and marketers who work for or with nonprofit organizations. The goal of the organization is to increase the amount of good we are able to do by learning from our peers’ experiences, to strengthen our own work, and to raise the profile of all communications work done for Minnesota’s nonprofit sector. Office Environment For us, the perks of a career in design isn’t about a cool office space. It’s about trust and respect and life balance. We have a mobile office approach that allows us to easily work with clients both locally and nationally, while balancing our schedules so family, friends, activities, and other things that provide us with necessary inspiration and joy are able to be prioritized and valued. Additionally, getting older isn’t so bad with our company tradition of a birthday 8 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


bonus. And team outings are always an opportunity to try a new restaurant, bar, museum, or public attraction—of course for the sake of inspiration. Additional Insight on Our Passions Once upon a time two bright women sat down over a glass of wine and pondered the idea of owning a marketing firm that could demonstrate the power of great design. That idea started as a seed of inspiration and grew into 5 by 5 Design. In reflection, we think these five things have been critical for our success. 1. Give back. Giving back to your community is good for you and for the world. Believe in karma—what you put out in the world eventually comes back around. Plus, giving back makes you feel good and you might learn something along the way. 2. Trust your gut. Follow your instincts. If something feels off, it probably is. If getting the job is hard, doing the job will be even harder. Be true to your core. Don’t try to do things that others do better. There’s no profit in that, and there’s no joy in it either. Do what you do best—it will get noticed and the right work will follow. 3. Choose wisely. Relationships matter. Work with the best. Life’s too short to have it any other way. Our best clients and most rewarding projects have been a result of good networking and smart choices. Find the smartest, most talented people for your team. It will make your job easier, more fun, and make you look great. 4. Keep learning. Change is good and evolution is even better. Nothing about design is static. Ideas, processes, tools, people, channels, client needs—they are always changing. Success comes from being out in front of what’s next and welcoming the inevitable change of the world, or you’ll get left in the dust. 5. Take breaks. Sometimes that means a short break, like a walk, so ideas can gel in your mind. And sometimes that means a long break, like a vacation, so you feel refreshed and inspired by new experiences. Have fun and enjoy what you do. Because sometimes the best ideas form over a glass of wine and a good chat with a friend. Bios WENDY RUYLE, co-owner Creative genius? Maybe. Passionate designer with mad skills? Definitely. Whatever the assignment, Wendy’s an expert at demonstrating the power of strategic design. Her thoughtful approach ensures client goals are always top of mind. And as the lead creative on the 5 by 5 Design team, she guides each project with the highest standards for creativity and quality. As a past board member and committee chair of the Minnesota chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), Wendy is a proven leader in her field. Her work has been recognized in the AIGA Design Show of Excellence, the Minnesota PRSA Classics, Package Design, Graphic Design USA, Communication Arts, Graphis, Print, and HOW. DIANA LILLICRAP, co-owner Sometimes referred to as “the velvet hammer” this gal knows how to get things done with finesse and a genuine style that ignites creativity in everyone around her. Strategy and organization come naturally to Diana. And her competitive spirit ensures that every project is delivered on time and on budget. As the marketing guru on the 5 by 5 Design team, Diana thinks strategically and acts pragmatically. She knows how to manage the full range of details for complex projects, from initial recommendations to final execution. And as a former design manager for a Fortune 100 company and an MBA grad, she combines business sense with design sensibility to deliver results. Why are we called 5 by 5 Design? Traditional communication signals were rated on a scale of 1 to 5 based on clarity and strength. We believe our work should live up to these same measures, so that clients see results that are loud and clear. WHITE BOARDS, STICKY NOTES, AND COLORFUL MARKERS ARE COMMON TOOLS IN OUR PROCESS TO DEFINE A PROBLEM, CAPTURE IDEAS, AND EVALUATE SOLUTIONS.

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38 Bryant Street • San Francisco, California 94105 Earl Gee, Partner and Creative Director Fani Chung, Partner and Creative Director Momo Cha, Junior Designer founded 1990 company evolution/history Established in 1990, Gee + Chung Design is an award-winning multidisciplinary brand communications firm based in San Francisco, creating intelligent, compelling and memorable design solutions which provide strategic value to clients. The firm enjoys the challenge of making complex new technologies understandable through innovative design strategies which engage audiences and enable clients to stand out from competition. Gee + Chung Design has built an international reputation for developing successful branding, print, packaging, environmental and interactive programs for leading clients including Apple, Adobe, IBM, National Semiconductor, Oracle, Lucasfilm, the Federal Reserve Bank, Chronicle Books and Stanford University. Gee + Chung Design has been profiled in the Adobe Website Gallery, Adobe Creative Suite 3 Workflow Guide, Rockport Graphic Design: America 2, Graphis Designers USA 2, Graphis Branding USA 1 and 2, DIGIT (U.K.), and Designer’s Workshop (Japan). Earl was formerly a designer at Landor Associates in San Francisco, creating identity programs for Fortune 500 companies and senior designer at Mark Anderson Design in Palo Alto, designing award-winning branding programs for Herman Miller, PG&E and the Oakland Museum. Earl has been named as one of Graphic Design USA’s “People to Watch in 2010” and one of only 50 U.S. graphic designers selected for the international edition of Who’s Who in Graphic Design. He has served on a U.N.-sponsored design delegation touring China and has lectured at leading universities and design organizations across the country. He is a frequent juror for major design competitions including Communication Arts, Creativity, Critique, STEP, Publish, Exhibitor and Sappi Paper. He has served on the board of the San Francisco Chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design. He received his BFA in graphic design with distinction from Art Center College of Design and was included in Design Impact: A History of Art Center College of Design Fani began her career as a designer at Landor Associates in San Francisco, developing multinational branding systems and retail environments and Lawrence Bender & Associates in Palo Alto, creating award-winning annual reports and corporate communications for leading Silicon Valley technology firms. As a designer at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, she designed exhibition catalogs, posters and educational collateral materials for which she received recognition from the prestigious Hong Kong Designers Association. She has taught graphic design at universities in the U.S. and Hong Kong and served as a juror for several major design competitions, including Applied Arts, Canada’s leading visual communications magazine. She received her BFA in graphic design from the University of Washington, studied photography at UCLA and received her MFA in graphic design from Yale University, where she studied with design legends Alvin Eisenman, Paul Rand, Bradbury Thompson, Armin Hoffman, Herbert Matter and Shigeo Fukuda. mission statement To create intelligent, innovative and compelling solutions which provide strategic value for clients. a designer’s life IMAGINARIUM KANGAROOHOP! PACKAGE: MIXING AND MATCHING PANELS Imaginarium is a market-leading developer of learning and educational toys. The chain was seeking to establish its own brand in stores and a family look for Imaginarium-branded products. For the company’s own brand of hoppity hop ball, we wanted to present the option of having the side panels in either blue or green. Having been provided with only one box to create our comp, we placed a blue panel on one side and a green panel on the other side. During the presentation, our client loved the concept of alternating colors on each panel, immediately seeing the in-store display potential of being able to create rows of 10 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


EARL GEE

FANI CHUNG

MOMO CHA

the same color and alternating colors. We of course agreed that this was our concept all along! Based upon this packaging project we were able to extend the concept of alternating colored panels to the Imaginarium’s entire packaging line and create a signature look for their brand. office layout Our spacious but open floor plan fosters communication and collaboration between our team while providing space to think, spread out and move around. Our layout also allows us to put our work on the floor and on the wall to view designs from a distance. a special work environment We enjoy starting with words before images to enable our design process to focus on ideas over execution. We also “sketch with pencil, not pixels” to insure that we invest our time generating concepts rather than refining concepts on the computer too early in the process. We always begin a project with a client questionnaire and visual audit to fully understand the work that has been done for the client and in the category. From there we can begin to develop a creative strategy that will successfully differentiate our client and set them apart from competition. We believe that you can’t see where you’re going unless you know where you’ve been. honors, achievements, recognition Gee + Chung Design has won multiple gold and silver awards from virtually every major design competition, including AIGA, Communication Arts, Graphis, I.D., Print, HOW, STEP, the One Show, Art Directors Club, Type Directors Club, Society of Publication Designers and Society for Environmental Graphic Design. The firm’s work has been exhibited internationally and is included in the permanent collections of the U.S. Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institution, AIGA Archives, Art Center College of Design Archives and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Best of Category Winner Profiles • 11


11357 25th Ave NE • Seattle, Washington 98125 206-890-2031 janeh@jhigginsdesign.com www.jhigginsdesign.com founded 1989 company evolution/history Jane Higgins has been a graphic designer since 1979, and ten years later joined the ranks of the self-employed, with the birth of Higgins Design. Her first clients were fellow musicians, and she eventually created over 80 CD and LP covers for Subpop and other indie recording labels, while also freelancing for local design firms and agencies. Today, she still creates an occasional package for the music industry, but most of her work is for real estate developers, senior housing communities, private education, farming, nonprofit organizations, and retail businesses. principals, partners, staff Higgins Design is comprised of Jane Higgins, with freelancers brought on as needed to balance the workload and round out the skill set, depending on project requirements.

JANE HIGGINS (Photographer:David Hiller)

mission statement Higgins Design provides user-friendly, functional graphic design solutions for print and screen, helping small and medium-sized organizations attract, engage and motivate their target audience. a designer’s life Blag, from the band The Dwarves, once told me my studio looked like a dentist’s office. I held my tongue and we got along well anyway. office layout The Higgins Design studio is located in Jane’s home, which makes it easy to balance family and work obligations, take a relaxing break on the patio, or go on an inspirational stroll around the neighborhood. The commute-free lifestyle leaves more time for creating. a special work environment The studio is a quiet, 12 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


distraction-free oasis within a busy city that enhances the careful and deep thought process necessary for producing excellent work. honors, achievements, recognition American Graphic Design & Advertising 28 Logo Re-Design 2.0 American Graphic Design & Advertising 25 Big Book of Design Ideas 3 American Corporate Identity 2009 Big Book of Logos 5 Music Graphics: A Century of Music Design American Corporate Identity 12 American Corporate Identity 9 Business Stationery Graphics 2 Seattle Design Association, 1990 Seattle Design Association, 1987 James River Corporation, 1987

INTERNATIONAL NEWS GIFT CERTIFICATE ORNAMENT BOX

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1100 Centre Road • Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326 248-475-58001 www.iconixinc.com Established in 1984, Iconix Inc. is a Michigan-registered design communications and branding company headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The company’s owners, Bob and Sandy Evans, combined their backgrounds in industrial and graphic design, corporate management, accounting, systems and sales to form a highly creative group that designs and produces materials and products that address clients’ information, communication, and image-enhancement needs. Iconix works directly for end-users, the decision makers who establish project objectives—both near-­and long-term—and can detail expected tangible results. Capabilities include strategic direction, conceptualization, design, interactive, web development, art direction, editorial, illustration, photography, digital video, and three-dimensional build. More often than not, we are responsible for overall management of projects which employ multiple external sources in the areas of editorial, photographic, retouching/imaging, technical art, illustration, animation, print, bindery, fulfillment, and distribution. This requires a deep-­rooted, team-­oriented approach and mindset—both internally and externally—that permeates all thoughts, and actions. Simply stated, egos are secondary to the work.

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We also provide photo and asset management services to select clients who have a large volume of photo and other digital assets that require production coordination, cataloging, metadata input, archiving, and distribution to multiple internal and external sources. This helps clients establish central image and information sources for assets, and assures the release of only those that are current, accurate, and approved.

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4852 Santa Monica Avenue • San Diego, California 92107-2811 619.225.9353 hello@jenndavid.com www.jenndavid.com founded September 2002 company evolution/history A Boston native, Jenn graduated with a BA in studio art with a concentration in design at Connecticut College, where a secondary area of interest in mathematics naturally led her to web programming. After working for several notable firms in Boston, as well as Bergdorf Goodman’s advertising department in New York City, Jenn relocated to San Francisco and founded Jenn David Design. The firm gained a reputation in premium package design, securing Williams-Sonoma as client. A few years later, she moved operations to sunny Southern California and now enjoys living and working beachside in Ocean Beach, San Diego. specifics Jenn David Design has earned a national reputation for our packaging design. Because we believe branding should be consistent across all touchpoints, we also offer a complete package of design services including packaging design, corporate identity and branding, marketing collateral, website design and programming, and more. principals, partners, staff Jenn David Connolly, Owner, Founder & Creative Director; Alycia Holland, Project Manager; Micaela Nauman, Graphic Designer; Kristofer Lee, Programmer mission statement Jenn David Design is a full-service graphic design studio specializing in packaging and branding design for gourmet and specialty products, working with regional and national brands that are category leaders and influencers. office layout We’re proud of our bright and airy studio. We have places to work, places to congregate and even a few comfy chairs to kick back in while taking a break. On the walls, an ever-changing gallery of designs keeps us inspired. The funny thing is, ever since we moved here, all of our clients want to come here for meetings. honors, achievements, recognition American Graphic Design and Advertising Best of Category 2013 American Graphic Design Award 2011, 2008, 2007 American Packaging Design Award 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 American Web Design Award 2013 Communication Arts Award of Excellence, 2011 Package Design Magazine Makeover Challenge Award, 2012 Package Design Magazine Feature 2011

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Kevin Hall Design 87 Kenwood Road • Milford, Connecticut 06460 203.878.0346 Kevinhalldesign@aol.com www.KevinHallDesign.com Kevin Hall Design is a graphic design firm founded in 1992 by Kevin Hall, the firm’s owner and principal, located in Milford, Connecticut, a picturesque shoreline town just outside of New Haven. My office overlooks woods on one side and a working farm on the otherside. I feel very fortunate to be in an environment surrounded by so much nature, with trees and farm land all around which can be very inspiring. Prior to opening up my business, I held positions as Designer/ Art Director with General Foods Corporation and with Marketing Corporation of America. Because of my previous background working on food and beverage sales promotional projects for a variety of nationally known consumer brands, I felt most comfortable pursuing KEVIN HALL clients that produced food and beverage products. Knowing that I had the experience and background to service these type of clients was certainly the right direction for my business. My earliest clients were small to mid-sized food and beverage companies who needed assistance with branding. This

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gave my firm the opportunity to redesign the packaging and sales promotional materials for my clients giving them a better chance to compete in a very competitive marketplace. Within a matter of years, our reputation started to grow for being a valuable source for creative and innovative graphic design solutions for food and beverage businesses here in Connecticut. During those early years, my firm also pursued branding A UTILITARIAN WORKSPACE DOESN’T LIMIT CREATIVITY projects for new professional sports teams entering Connecticut. I was looking to combine my passion for sports with my love of logo design. So from being mostly a food and beverage branding firm, we evolved into also becoming a sports team branding firm. We developed identities for a minor-league baseball team, a football team and for an indoor roller hockey team. The work was fun, very exciting and provided for a pure adrenaline rush to see your design work displayed, for example, on a gigantic baseball scoreboard out in centerfield at a baseball stadium on a star-filled summer night in July. As my firm entered the new millennium, there were less sports teams to service, so I set my sights towards New York City. I connected with an internationally known textile print studio in New York and was asked to provide new print designs and patterns for a wide variety of applications. During this same time period, I continued to provide consulting and graphic design services to our other clients. Today, my firm continues to seek out new and challenging graphic design assignments. We are also strong advocates extolling the benefits and value of good design and often write about the importance of good design as being a smart business investment. Giving back to the community is also very important to me, so my mission over the years has been to donate graphic artwork and photography to our local hospital, hoping that my work will bring some joy and inspiration to others. Kevin Hall Design has received professional honors and awards from American Graphic Design & Advertising, The Connecticut Art Directors Club and The Advertising Club of Connecticut for his outstanding work in branding, logo design, and corporate identity. Our firm has been recognized as one of the leading design firms for the creation of logos and trademarks, having won numerous awards both nationally and internationally for outstanding work in these categories. Kevin Hall has also achieved recognition for his writing about the importance and effectiveness of good design and what role design should play in business. His writing has appeared in articles published in regional business journals. In 2012, Kevin Hall Design celebrated twenty years of providing graphic design services to the business community, an achievement of which our firm is very proud.

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7259 Mt. Sherman Road, Niwot (Longmont), Colorado 80503 303.527.1222 http://www.lightspeedca.net company evolution/history I started Lightspeed immediately after moving to Colorado in 1985. I choose the name Lightspeed based on frequent comments from previous employers (Allis Chalmers and Harley-Davidson) about how much faster I was than other illustrators. Early on I focused on technical and product illustration. I did a lot of contract work for Ball Aerospace where I routinely worked on high-tech cutaways (i.e. laser communication devices, infrared telescopes, and cutaways of the nine-ft bearings to rotate the solar panels on the International Space Station). Decision Point Associates hired me to help develop the Mobil Oil Emergency Management System. Due to internal prejudices within Mobile, I had to avoid saying “graphic” or “artwork” on invoices— listing my work as “engineering support.” Upon completion, the project manager acknowledged that Management was extremely happy that a graphic designer had created the guide and NOT an engineer, and validated my contributions to the documentation organization, and ease of reading both text and diagrams through superior layout and font usage. Periodically I was contracted to create full-color airbrush product renderings for Fortune 500 companies: Xerox, Windsor Technologies, Medtronic, IBM and Durect; Wired Magazine hired me for 3 illustrations; and I had brochure designs in The Little Book of Design: Good Designs and Why They Work. Between large projects I designed scores of logos and print collateral for startups and mid-sized companies across a wide variety range of industries. My first logo was in 1986 for an automotive cell phone company called “Calling All Cars”. Creating the Master Driller Guide (which is the “bible” of the oil & gas industry) for the International Association of Drilling Contractors was the major project of 2005. It required formatting 1300 pages of data and tables from raw OCR scans in QuarkXPress, redrawing 700 illustrations in Illustrator and scan & tweak 400 b&w photos. 2008 was the year of nanotechnology as I illustrated and did all file prepress for 3 university-level textbooks including the main 1,600 page book Introduction to Nanotechnology by Gabor Louis Hornyak, Ph.D. for Taylor and Francis/CRC Press, NYC. The book was voted the 2009 “Choice” Award Winner for Outstanding Academic Title. LCA continuously evolved from being illustration-centric to a brand & logo design company. My biggest success is Myogen—going from a seven-person startup to being bought for $2.6B cash by Gilead Science. My most fun branding project has been Sweet Greens logo and font design. recent events • In 2012 I was trained in Autodesk’s MAYA, the 3D modeling and animation program with 3DTI, Inc./NYC. • In January 2013 I launched my FREE business newsletter Good Design IS Good Business: Business Builder Updates (signup at www.Lightspeed.ca.net, select Newsletter). I love to help rebrand businesses and make them grow and to increase profits. Currently, I am updating/repositioning my business name to match my business’ evolution—to “Lightspeed Design and Branding Group.” principals, partners, staff I perform all of the design work myself. My partner, Kate, provides meticulous design feedback and text editing suppor. Marketing consultant and writer Larry Nelson (w3w3.com) creates content that gets results. I also have long-term relationships with production, creative, and technically-talented individuals. mission statement Practice safe design, always use a concept.

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a designer’s life • Nancy, an art director who, nearing the end of a stressful deadline series stated that, “The whole world could be going to hell in a hand basket, fire could be raining from the sky as the world draws to an end, and there will be Mike Hamers, cheerfully showing up with his project done on time, ready for what was next!” • Another client who, after watching me hand cut several intricate airbrush friskets, looked up and stated, “If I ever need surgery, I want you to do it!” office layout The most special aspect of our workspace is its relaxed setting—my desk is located near a large sliding glass double-door that allows an abundance of color-balanced light in and also allows an clear view of the park’s busy birdbath and foot path.

“CREATIVE CHARACTERS” DREAM TEAM, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: (BACK) MICHAEL HAMERS & KATE, JOHN SINGER SARGENT, EE CUMMINGS, GEORGIA O’KEEFFE; (MIDDLE) PAUL ÉLUARD, HANS ARP, YVES TANGUY, RENE CREVEL; (FRONT) TRISTAN TZARA, ANDRE BRETON, SALVADOR DALI, MAX ERNST, MAN RAY; (FOREGROUND) ANAI’A NELSON, OUR GRANDNIECE.

a special work environment For the past decade my office is partially “virtual/mobile.” My 17" Apple laptop allows me portability and connectivity. I love taking my laptop into the client’s space and working “live” with onsite creations and editing together. Prioritized to-do lists help make everything function better while freeing your mind to create. Make separate lists for different types of tasks: hot projects, low priority need-to-do someday, grocery list, phone calls, personal desires and goals, things to bring in the car with you on your trip to town, etc. Remember to check and update your lists several times a day. honors, achievements, recognition • 18 AGDA Awards of Excellence since 1995—for logos, letterhead, and packaging projects • Award of Excellence from Graphis International (Future of Money Summit/2005) • 3 Wired Magazine illustrations (Artificial Waves, Smart Cars, IBM Thinkpad) • Boulder Writer’s Alliance Member • Colorado Alliance of Illustrators (CAI) Member • The Little Book of Layouts: Good Designs and Why They Work—brochure spread featured • Marketing Committee volunteer for “Colorado Companies to Watch” with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) – 3 year volunteer • Univ. of Colorado at Boulder/College of Advanced Engineering & Applied Science: Approved contractor for graphic art and consulting for nanoscience-based research grants • Ball Aerospace: Contractor for graphics and illustration support/on-call • Elsevier/Edinburgh, UK: Special permission for inclusion; diagram on micro-RNA inhibitors for book on Genetics/2014. • Bedford/St. Martin’s Press: Special permission for inclusion; illustration on Smart Cars for the book, Writing in a Visual Age/2004.

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3330 West Desert Inn Rd • Las Vegas, Nevada 89102 702.873.0221 info@marqibranding.com steelmanpartners.com founded May 2011 company evolution/history We’ve been branding the world’s coolest hospitality projects long before we established the MARQI name…but it wasn’t until 2011 that we branched out as a separate entity and began the great process of branding ourselves as well. We are a subsidiary company of Steelman Partners. names of principals, partners, staff Anne Graves & Lauren Brown

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slogan Identify the energy behind your mark. Mark + Qi mission statement In a society that’s information rich and time-poor, people value the things that make them pause, observe, and engage in what we are selling. MARQI Branding Studio prides itself on working closely with each client to create lasting and memorable impressions, products, spaces, and services that represent their business goals and ideals. about us We are not just designers… we are thinkers, problem solvers, planners, and story tellers. We take projects from conceptual sketches all the way through to installation and production. Extra pairs of shoes tucked under our desks allow us to go from afternoon meetings with multi-million dollar clients to construction sites for genuine physical labor. a designers life We know we are fortunate when our clients deliver thank yous with chocolate covered strawberries and personal helicopter rides over the Atlantic. office layout Our office is an open floor plan and facilitates flow and creativity; we believe in groovy music, quirky desk accessories, the proximity of our local Chinatown, and giant rolls of brown craft paper. a special work environment Steelman Partners has 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry and entertainment architecture… it has exposed MARQI to some of the most elite company owners in the world.

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10803 Magnolia Drive • Cleveland, Ohio 44106 216.791.7721 info@nsideas.com Concepts backed by research. Creativity backed by logic. Experience backed by results. Nesnadny + Schwartz (N+S) began over thirty years ago as a creative outlet for Mark Schwartz and Joyce Nesnadny— two restless artists with no professional experience—and has grown into one of the most innovative and influential visual communication firms in the country. N+S does not “specialize,” but instead undertakes strategic visual communication projects —both print and electronic—in all areas: marketing, public relations, investor and development communications, event and environmental graphics, college recruiting, identity, brand development, and interactive media design. N+S landed its first big break when they were hired by The Progressive Corporation to design its annual report. Peter B. Lewis, Progressive’s Chairman, President, and CEO at the time, had the reputation for being a maverick. He liked the courage

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he saw in the young creatives, and offered them the project even though they had only one annual report under their belt. N+S has continued working with Progressive and is now in their thirtieth year of designing the company’s annual report. From this relationship with Progressive, N+S put itself on a path of extraordinary growth and acclaim. The firm has earned a client list that includes some of the largest corporations and recognizable institutions in the world. N+S has worked with clients including BP, Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University, Eaton Corporation, Ernst & Young, Federal Reserve Bank, The George Gund Foundation, International Spy Museum, Johnson & Johnson, McKinsey & Company, NASA, Perkins School for the Blind, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and

Museum, Smart Papers, and Vassar College. Mark Schwartz has been quoted as saying, “I don’t think you can do great work without great clients,” a realization that influences every project the company accepts. The caliber of N+S’s work underscores this observation and the firm’s respect for their clients’ businesses. It’s this respect and commitment to the ideas—to clarity of thinking and seeing the big picture— that has earned them the reputation of being “holistic designers,” looking not only at the individual aims of a specific project, but also how that project fits into the long-term goals of each client. The ideology has paid off. To date N+S has won more than 1,700 international, national, and regional awards in visual and interactive media communications. Additionally, the firm’s work has been featured globally in virtually every periodical devoted to visual communications from Adweek to Investor Relations Magazine. But N+S couldn’t win awards without clients who are equally inspired, and equally committed to the work and to the relationship. Their clients are risk takers, but they’re also business people. And like N+S, they are willing to blur the boundary between art and commerce to arrive at something truly extraordinary. Best of Category Winner Profiles • 25


100 Hundred Church Street Logan, Utah 84321-4621 435.753.0593 R.P. Bissland, Principal and Creative Director D. Newkirk Gray, Company Computer Guru Laura Fisher, Muse My logo, keeping the evil eye at bay, was adapted from a hand cut ceramic tile that I found at a factory in Fez, Morocco. The eye in the hand on the tile had broken off, so the salesman gave it to me. When I asked for permission to adapt it for my logo, he responded with “I’m very pleased for you to use it, Morocco loves America!” company evolution In 1987, after working for a University printing department, I quit a tedious paste up job and rented an office space downtown in an old house. I thought because I had a downtown office, a light table, and a telephone, people would be rushing to have everything designed by me. Not so—the first scary month I made $75.00. Business slowly improved and four months later I moved across the street into an upstairs room of a small bookstore. The bookstore had been looking to hire a freelance graphic designer for projects such as posters for poetry readings, etc., so I was able to trade rent for design and started making a meager, but livable wage. When the bookstore needed to expand, I moved back into the space I had rented previously and shared the office with a new chef in town who was going to convert the downstairs into an upscale restaurant. I again traded graphic design services for rent; including branding, sign design, seasonal menu changes, and weekly wine list changes. After ten successful years, the chef decided to open the artisan bakery he’d always dreamed of and closed the restaurant. About that time, my present location came up for rent. It was half of a block from my previous location and half a block from one of my main clients, a coffee roasting company called Caffe Ibis. The new rental space was dank and dilapidated, but was in a great location and in a handsome brick building built circa 1918. A carpenter friend and I installed new floors, painted the walls, and installed corrugated metal roofing on a couple of the walls to brighten up the space. I have been extremely lucky to have been able to make a living doing graphic design in such a relatively small town. I’ve gotten to work with some interesting clients over the years and on projects that I enjoyed: museum exhibits, trade show booths, hardcover art books, catalogs, logos, magazines, journals, annual reports, Websites, and my personal favorite: posters. Through designing posters and exhibits I have gotten to meet and /or correspond with people like folk singers Utah Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, Greg Brown, computer visionary Howard Rheingold, the poet Gary Snyder, author and explorer Heinrich Harrer (author of Seven Years in Tibet), Chris Vadala of the Chuck Mangione Quartet, and Ms. Pat Campbell, widow of the late blues legend, Little Milton. a designer’s life I was commissioned by the American West Center at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, to design a poster for the Second Annual Westerns of the World International Film Festival. The theme of the festival was

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“World Wide Wayne.” This screening of films from around the world and the United States would examine the relationships among: the American film icon John Wayne, the greater global meaning of the cowboy ethos, and the impact the ethos has had on U.S. international cultural relations. The poster assignment was to convey the theme of the festival by depicting an image of John Wayne (for immediate recognition by the public) in a way that was not his traditional Western cowboy/soldier persona. One of the films to be screened was The Barbarian and the Geisha. John Wayne portrays the first U.S. Consul-General sent by President Pierce to Japan. I used the theme of this movie to represent Mr. Wayne as a “dressed-up gentleman hero” instead of his usual cowboy or soldier character. This was a free, small festival and thus, The American West Center had not considered the issue of image copyright. As part of my job of being their agent for this poster, I pointed out that it was ethically and legally important to obtain rights to use the image of John Wayne. Wayne Enterprises, who control the rights to the image of John Wayne, was very serious and firm about use of his image and they had minimum rights fees that proved to be out of the range of the budget of a free film festival. For a time, the fee amount threatened the festival with cancellation, a possibility that I had unintentionally introduced. Early press statements had already gone out with the title World Wide Wayne. I started communications with Wayne Enterprises in August. With a THE CLIENT MEETING AREA IS IN THE FOREGROUND WITH MY WORK STATION rapidly approaching deadline to get all the materials printed and posted in BEHIND THE BOOKSHELVES. CUBITEC® SHELVING, CHAIRS, AND TABLE ARE FROM time, I proceeded to design the poster and all collateral materials, hoping DESIGN WITHIN REACH, AND CARPET TILES BY FLOR. MY ONLY FULL TIME EMPLOYEE that somehow we would get the needed permissions in time. While they IS ASLEEP ON TOP OF THE BOOK SHELVES. were very congenial to work with, it was difficult to stay within their radar as they are continually dealing with large corporate accounts such as hat companies, shoe companies, big film festivals, publishers. For nearly two months neither I nor my client heard if our idea was going to be approved. In October, one of the attorneys in charge of rights requested that I send a “rough sketch” of what I had in mind. By then the “rough sketch” was the completed poster that my client was very pleased with. There was no time to redesign a new concept if they didn’t approve my design. So at this point, trying to use any available method in my sparse bag of tricks to get Wayne Enterprises’ attention, I wrote a them a letter relating how, when I was a very young boy, my dad had taken my sister and me to see the new movie The Alamo, at the Fox Theater in Detroit. Davy Crockett, played by John Wayne, fighting heroically to the end, is impaled by Mexican troops and dies. Seeing that I started crying, completely sure my hero John Wayne had actually been murdered on film. While the letter was unabashedly sentimental, it was a true story. I was running out of time and the American West Center was a very important client and I felt responsible the big glitch I had unwittingly created. I sent the letter with my “rough” (the completed poster ready for print) to California by express mail. Sweating bullets for a very long week, the following Friday (it was now November), I heard from them that they loved the letter and the poster and wanted eight copies of the poster for their archives! After they okayed the poster, image rights fee negotiations continued between Wayne Enterprises and my undaunted client. In the end they gave us a big break on the minimum fee and the rights to use the image. In this process we had also found out that the image fees collected go entirely towards funding research supported by the John Wayne Cancer Institute. The final contract was conveyed and signed the day before the festival began. After the festival I sent Wayne Enterprises eight posters of the edition WORK STATION. TABLE AND FILE CABINET AND ORANGE CHAIR ARE FROM and received a call back that they were very pleased. The festival was a DESIGN WITHIN REACH AND THE AERON CHAIR IS BY HERMAN MILLER. FOR success. My client was happy. The poster won some awards. But most SOFTWARE I USE THE ELEGANT, BUT NOW SADLY OBSOLETE FREEHAND MX; ADOBE INDESIGN, AND ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ON A MAC MINI WITH TWO amazing of all and a very big honor to me is that I every year since then I have MONITORS, A WACOM INTUOS 3 TABLET, AND A 1640 XL EPSON SCANNER. received a Christmas card from Ethan Wayne, John Wayne’s son, at Christmas FOR OUTPUT, I USE EPSON’S STYLUS PRO 7800 AND 220 INKJET PRINTERS, time! A RICOH BLACK AND WHITE LASER PRINTER, AND A RICOH COLOR LASER PRINTER.

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833 Broadway New York, New York 10003 646. 490. 6446 www.philandcompany.com Cliff Sloan, Agency Partner Gary Zarr, Agency Partner founded 2008

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about us Contemporary marketing for philanthropies and companies doing good. PHIL-OSOPHY Every brand has a major story to tell—about its mission, its character, and its achievements—essential stories that define, humanize, and differentiate. Expressed well, these stories engage, move, influence, and prompt devoted and knowledgeable “brand ambassadors” to take important action. Phil & Co. excels in telling brand stories with a purpose—to advance the strategic goals of philanthropies and companies “doing good” through smart, contemporary, and effective cause marketing, communications, and strategic partnerships. We believe that each story has an opening rooted in research and strategy, a middle that is inspiring and memorable, and a closing that delivers specific, measurable results. So…what’s your story? We know you have one, maybe many. We’re ready to listen—and others are, too. They need to know. Phil & Co. is a full-service agency located at NYC’s Union Square. We specialize in contemporary marketing for philanthropies and companies doing good.

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Glassboro, New Jersey 856.582.8181 www.randiwolfdesign.com Randi Wolf, President/Creative Director Winning the Best of Category AGDA Award coincided with my celebrating my 25th Anniversary. It felt kind of like a huge anniversary gift! My career actually began thirty-five years ago after graduating from Rutgers University in 1978 and receiving my Masters in Communications Design from Pratt Institute in 1980. I worked for the first ten years at advertising agencies and design studios in Newark (New Jersey), Atlanta, and Philadelphia before establishing my own design firm in 1988. My office is in my home, and I enjoy the five-second commute—sometimes in my pajamas! My company consists of just me—although I do have a part-time intern, Tiffany Kmiec, who helps me out with the “business side.” One of my cats, Cocoa Puff, usually sleeps at my feet while I work—you can see her in the photo of me in my studio. I still feel like an “old-school designer” who has just digitized her drawing board, T-square and Eberhard Faber Design Markers. I pay a great amount of attention to typography, still taking time to manually kern type, letter by letter; and I make sure everything on the page aligns and has a rationale for its placement. Back in the 1980s I won a contest—the prize being a portrait taken by Philadelphia photographer, Steve Sharp, with a professional makeup artist. Taking advantage of this creatively, I asked the makeup artist paint my fingers to look like my design markers, and had the photo taken in a sort of Botticelli “Birth of Venus” pose. I still love it, even though the markers seem outdated as a graphic designer’s tool. The same goes for the calligraphy pen held in the wolf’s mouth in my logo. (see RandiWolfDesignLogo) Yet there is a part of me that takes pride in my learning how to design many moons before the mouse and keyboard became the tools of my “hands-on” designs. One piece of wisdom I learned long ago is still the driving force behind my design style—Say One Thing and Say it Well. Most of my pieces focus on one graphically powerful image that sums up the essence of what my clients want to convey. Prime examples are a series of posters I designed as art director for the PNC Bank Showcase. This program funded advertising for Philadelphia area performing arts groups, and I would consider the five years I worked on this project as the height of my career. It gave me an opportunity to work with very prestigious, high profile clients—like the Pennsylvania Ballet, the Opera Company of Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Orchestra, and many theatre companies. It was highly creative work—with money—a designer’s dream come true! Like all good dreams, it came to an end when I woke up one day to find the funding had dried up…but many of these clients continued to give me projects. One was Philadanco, the Philadelphia Dance Company. My first job was to create a logo for this world30 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


renowned dance troupe, which had been approaching its own twentyfifth anniversary and still had no consistent corporate identity. Uniquely personalized, I created a typographic design from my own brushed letters, which I felt expressed the dynamic, exuberant style of its dancers. I feel honored to say that this logo is still being used today, twenty years later. I continued for many years designing beautiful ads, posters, etc, for Philadanco. Here and there I’ve been lucky to have worked on projects with celebrities—a few have even autographed the pieces I made for them! I designed posters for concerts by the band Chicago, Grover Washington, Jr., and Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills, Nash &Young. I also art directed a TV spot with Willard Scott for Alpo Puppy Food. Another little claim-to-fame was designing the invitation for the groundbreaking of The Kimmel Center on Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts. In the past decade, I have been a enthusiastic supporter of my town of Glassboro’s resurging revitalization. This inspired me to create a classy black & white photographic calendar, showing off our town. Initially, I almost gave up the idea when I wasn’t able to get funding from boro officials, but was encouraged to pursue and pay for it by raising funds on my own. I ended up producing these high quality “Gallery of Glassboro” Calendars, with dramatic images of people and places around our boro, for three years. Each year I donated proceeds from the sales back to the boro’s revitalization projects, as well as to high school students for collegiate scholarships. I won an international Creativity Award for my photography, and stories about my calendar project were featured in front page articles of newspapers and magazines. I became nicknamed the “Calendar Girl,” receiving a tremendous amount of support and recognition for this labor of love project. Occasionally there have been times when I’ve gotten to throw “pieces of my life” into my projects. There are two that stand out. First is a brochure I designed for the YMCA where the boy chosen to model for the cover was my younger son Payton. The other was an ad I created for Joe Stones Hardwood Floors. I bartered my design fees towards a beautiful oak floor, and we ended up using a photo of my family room for one of their ads. Even Cocoa Puff got to make her modeling debut! From 2001 - 2004, I taught graphic design as a part-time adjunct professor for Rowan University. Rowan has also been a long-time client of mine (nearly twenty years). I’ve served as a judge for several award competitions, including the Florida Addys, and I’ve won a multitude of awards throughout my career. Years ago I started to make a floor-to-ceiling Awards Wall (see RandiAwardWall-2), but soon ran out of room, so I took it down. I kept up the Gold Award plaque I won from the Neenah Paper competition. It was one of the few awards where I actually won money—$200! The one award I feel most proud of was an engraved Crystal Orb and Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for being named “Volunteer of the Year” in 2011. It was presented at a special honorees dinner, and for me, it validated all the countless hours I have spent using the creative talents, that I have been blessed with, to help others and my community in artistic ways.

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514 University Avenue Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania 17870 www.susqu.edu founded 1858 company evolution/history Located in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, Susquehanna University is a national liberal arts college committed to excellence in educating undergraduate students for productive, creative, and reflective lives of achievement, leadership, and service in a diverse and interconnected world. More than 2,200 undergraduate men and women from thirty-five states and seventeen countries attend Susquehanna. 2009—Amanda Lenig hired 2011—Steve Semanchik hired 2025—Global domination subsidary business or product detail Higher ed institution/university communications/inhouse design team names of principals, partners, staff Amanda Lenig + Steve Semanchik = creative sector of the office otherwise known as University Communications mission statement (Amanda) We’re gonna need a bigger boat. (Steve) Win one for the Gipper. a designer’s life (Amanda) “Can this design be a Word Template?” (Steve) “Good design is like porn…I’ll know it when I see it.”

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office layout Paper thin walls and the close proximity of adjacent offices make the sharing of concepts, ideas, and layouts a breeze through the use of yelling and other audible brainstorming techniques that make face-to-face interaction a thing of the past! a special work environment As graduates of Susquehanna we feel a vested interest in the success of the university, and also get yelled at by fellow alums everytime they receive one of our donation requests in the mail or in their inboxes. honors, achievements, recognition CUPRAP, CASE, American Graphic Design and Advertising Awards, Graphic Design USA, Neographics Power of Print

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TFI Envision, Inc. 111 Westport Avenue Norwalk, Connecticut 06851 203.845.0700 liz@tfienvision.com tfienvision.com TFI Envision, Inc. got its start in 1975 as Tom Fowler, Inc., by a brilliant young designer and illustrator by the name of—yes, you guessed—Tom Fowler. He wanted to have a firm that was deeply rooted in meaningful design created specifically for each project, not cookie cutter solutions, but ones that would engage people and move them into action. In 1983, Elizabeth P. Ball joined the four-person team as a designer with a keen interest in further developing the consumer packaging and promotion area to complement the already robust corporate communications and branding business. In 2000, Mary Ellen Butkus joined the team as a senior designer, bringing an expertise packaging with a focus in the automotive aftermarket. Ball became President of the firm in 2004 as Fowler began to concentrate of other areas. In 2005, Butkus became Vice President. In 2006, Fowler passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. Ball has continued to lead the team and in 2008, updated the company name to TFI Envision, Inc. (TFI to honor the original Tom Fowler, Inc.). Understanding the ever-changing landscape of the marketing services world, Ball made strategic hires to expand capabilities. This included bringing TFI_Envision_Exterior1.jpg TFI_Envision_Exterior2.jpg on individuals with unique backgrounds. Roy Barker was hired to develop content and strategy in the area of advertising, promotions, and social media—along with designers, artists, marketers, and Honey, our team mascot a multitalented Havanese, who ensures that we “jump through hoops” on every project. TFI Envision has a robust proprietary internal process for balancing TFI_Envision_Exterior3.jpg TFI_Envision_HoneyHoop.jpg the creative and executional components of every project, allowing the team to be flexible, collaborative and responsive. The process also allows for constant insight development with TFI Envision’s proprietary tools TFI Envision SnapShots and TFI Envision Trends. TFI Envision SnapShots is a program at TFI Envision involving regular store checks for products/displays/shelf presence/in-store presence, as well as digital and print monitoring for our client’s products and their 34 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28

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competitors. TFI Envision Trends is an ongoing trend research and development resource that has proved invaluable for clients. To date, TFI Envision, Inc. has garnered literally hundreds of national and international design awards, including two pieces selected for the permanent collection of the Library of Congress. The mission at TFI Envision, Inc. remains true to its foundation—to create engaging solutions, deeply rooted in strategy and the guiding principles of design excellence, for the problems and challenges our clients bring to us. Our solutions range from traditional media to cutting edge digital solutions. At home in a sleek, two level contemporary building in Norwalk,

Connecticut, TFI Envision, Inc. surrounds its team with an inspiring collection of art, sculptures, posters, and an ever growing library of reference books and materials. The space includes sky lit open work areas, offices, meeting areas, and even a private patio set against a lushly planted hillside for fresh air meetings, lunches or ‘patio parties’. Clients include Unilever, Energizer, Standard Motor Products, Honeywell, UCI-FRAM Group, Continental Grain Company, The Sun Products Corporation, Focus Products Group, NorEast Air, Unger Enterprises Inc., as well as a number of not-for-profit organizations including Keystone House, Inc., Inspirica, The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Guiding Eyes for the Blind, and Lockwood Mathews Mansion Museum. Best of Category Winner Profiles • 35


TLC Design Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807 540.568.3488 coletl@jmu.edu founded 1993 company evolution/history I am a one-woman studio that has functioned under two names over the years: Trudy ColeZielanski Design and TLC Design subsidary business or product details I am a full-time professor and Coordinator of the Graphic Design Program at James Madison University. Although unrelated, I also own Snapps Creek Stables www. SnappsCreekStables.com principals, partners, staff I am it. Trudy L. Cole mission statement I have no mission statement. Although I love being creative in any realm of graphic design, I specialize in logo design/corporate identities and also love the voice that social issue posters provide for me. I pride myself in always finding time for non-profits and good causes. a designer’s life The Dean for JMU’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, George Sparks, called me to ask if I was interested in creating a sign for the Forbes Theatre Lobby. I said, “Well, I have never done a sign before.” He said, “I thought you would say that. So, would you be interested in creating a sign for the Forbes Theatre Lobby?” Now be mindful that the Forbes Center is a brand new and very luxurious, beautifully designed, multi-venue performing art facility. I was so honored that the Dean was willing to take such a risk on me. I designed an 8'x24' etched sculpture that broadened my knowledge base beyond anything I could have imagined. (Images opposite.) Thank you so much George Sparks! office layout I always position my phone desk and computer desk a turn of a chair apart to maximize multitasking through the day. a special work environment I am never afforded the opportunity to focus on one project at a time. Multitasking is a way of life. I always keep a task list at hand because I am easily pulled in many directions, often at the same time. I have never had a studio logo or website and I do not advertise. No need. All my business has always come to me through word of mouth. I am also not afraid to fire a client if I am not having fun. honors, achievements, recognition My design solutions have been published in close to 100 graphic design national and international publications receiving honors recognition from, among others: American Corporate Identity, The American Graphic Design and Advertising Awards, Creativity, the American Institute of Graphic Artists, the Art Director’s Club of Metropolitan Washington, Adobe, HOW, Victory for Tyler and Dutton. In addition, my work has been featured in publications such as Adbusters and Graphic Arts Monthly. Beyond TLC Design, I am Coordinator of Graphics Design and a Professor at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA.

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400 Inverness Parkway Englewood, Colorado 80112 303.771.5675 Watermarkadvertising.net Watermark—a Full Service Strategic Communications Firm Watermark Advertising Corporation is an internationally recognized, full-service strategic communications boutique firm. In operation since 1980, we are located in Englewood, Colorado and specialize in the areas of branding and image marketing strategy, investor relations materials, electronic media, corporate relations, and website design for our Business-to-Business clients. Our team of extensively talented, technically savvy, and extremely creative professionals serves the Engineering, Telecom, Finance, Department of Defense (DoD), Mining, Cyberspace and Aerospace industries, to name a few. We are fully invested in the success of our clients, drawing from over three decades of experience to guide companies through each step of every initiative—from concept development to launch to completion. Our tight-knit team at Watermark works in tandem, all sharing in the creative process as well as the practical, budget-conscious decisions that are necessary in providing our clients the most innovative approach to their marketing and communications needs. Jason Hanson • Cameron Burns • Terry Marin • Gini Queen • Brittany Rubin • Kim Gill

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ADVERTISING (PRINT)


BEST of CATEGORY

CLIENT

Carnegie Corporation of New York DESIGN FIRM

Phil & Co. PhilandCompany.com AGENCY PARTNERS

Cliff Sloan Gary Zarr DESIGNER

Sean Mosher Smith CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Cliff Sloan

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “I’m always amazed at art created from a multitude of images—in this case, words— using the color values of one to make the other. The values are affected by the size and concentration of the images. It’s fascinating!” “A great solution that seems simple, but isn’t at all.” “I really like the choice of words that add further description to the Carnegie vision.”

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CLIENT

MWH Global DESIGN FIRM

Watermark Advertising watermarkadvertising.net CREATIVES

Jason Hanson Cameron Burns

MWH Constructors teams with the communities in which we serve, providing innovative construction solutions and management expertise. Our philosophy of giving back is exemplified by stimulating the local economy and partnering with local firms. Our reputation for teamwork has been recognized by the Associated General Contractors of America. STRATEGIC

SERVICES:

CM-AT-RISK CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT DESIGN-BUILD

TEAM.Work

mwhglobal.com

THINK.Tank

You Can

Maria.

Analyzing organizational effectiveness since age 1; par t of the MWH team for over 30 years.

Ignore The Elephant In The Room…

MWH provides expertise in water

Until It Falls Through The Floor

supply and treatment, wastewater treatment, hydropower and dams,

Born to be innovators! The creative

First things first. It’s time to

tunneling, mining and resource

expertise of MWH comes from

evaluate and maintain aging

efficiency management projects.

our talented cadre of dedicated

infrastructure. MWH has established

Focusing our energies to deliver

professionals. From planning and

sophisticated priority checks and

sustainable, cost-effective solutions,

management, through technical

processes for assisting clients in

our global knowledge sharing creates a ripple effect of excellence for our clients.

RIPPLE.Effect

managing, investing and optimizing

solution development, to the

infrastructure assets. Our trusted

construction of these solutions

partnership role enables us to

for the wet infrastructure sector,

achieve optimum success, together.

the global MWH team has the experience and drive to deliver

STRATEGIC

solutions that set the industry

M A N A G E M E N T:

ASSET

standard. The passion for what

RESOURCE

we do is in our DNA.

CONSULTING / TECHNOLOGY CAPITAL PROGRAM

STRATEGIC

GREEN TECHNOLOGIES

SERVICES:

PlANNING TECHNICAl SoluTIoN DElIVERy ENGINEERING DESIGN CoNSTRuCTIoN oPERATIoN

mwhglobal.com

mwhglobal.com

mwhglobal.com

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CLIENT

Speedy Motorcycle Studio DESIGN FIRM

Speedy Motorcycle Studio www.speedymotorcycle.com GRAPHIC DESIGNER, ILLUSTRATOR

E. June Roberts-Lunn

TO THE CASTS AND CREWS OF “A PLAY, A PIE, AND A PINT” (we’re holding up our pint glasses... but the theater is dark and you can’t see us)

“Cheers!”

Speedy Motorcycle is a full-service graphic design studio that specializes in design, illustration, and copywriting for all forms of print, packaging, advertising, corporate, and publication design. Contact us when you have a design or advertising project. Don’t contact us when you have a customized Fatboy that needs a baloney cut slip-fit muffler installed with optional sissy bar • info@speedymotorcycle.com

Speedy Motorcycle Studio

CLIENT

Adventist World DESIGN FIRM

Dever Designs www.deverdesigns.com ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Jeffrey L. Dever

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CLIENT

Standard Motor Products, Inc. DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball ART DIRECTORS

Roy Barker Mary Ellen Butkus DESIGNERS

Keith Ehmke Mary Ellen Butkus COPYWRITER

Derek Wood PHOTOGRAPHER

Joe Standart PRODUCTION

Cindy Emmert Richard Wall

Advertising (Print) • 43


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The Anderson’s We Grow Campaign CLIENT

Jameson Health System

D I G I TA L

PRODUCTS

DESIGN FIRM

VENTURES

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com

Love God. Love people. Love branding.

CREATIVES

Brian Lee Campbell

CLIENT

The Andersons DESIGN FIRM

Brand Innovation Group www.gotobig.com

At The Andersons, we believe in building strong partnerships with our clients. And one of the best ways we do it is by offering unparalleled service, like our Farm2MarketSM Program. It lets you deliver your grain to a variety of facilities and we’ll take it from there. Or, we’ll even pick it up for you. Now that’s service. The ANderSONS. GOING wITh The GrAIN.

At The Andersons, we believe in building strong partnerships with our clients. It begins with security you can trust. That’s why we offer

At The Andersons, we believe in building strong partnerships with our

AgVantage®, crop insurance that provides protection and so much

clients. And one of the best ways we do it is by offering unparalleled

more. Our team develops a customized plan tailored to your personal

service, like our Farm2MarketSM Program. It lets you deliver your grain to

risk tolerance, so you always feel comfortable. Now that’s security.

a variety of facilities and we’ll take it from there. Or, we’ll even pick it up

T h e A N d e r s O N s. G O I N G w I T h T h e G r A I N.

for you. Now that’s service. The ANderSONS. GOING wITh The GrAIN.

andersonsgrain.com To find out more, give us a call at (800) 537-3370 or visit andersonsgrain.com.

At The Andersons, we believe in building strong partnerships with our clients. It begins with security you can trust. That’s why we offer AgVantage®, crop insurance that provides protection and so much more. Our team develops a customized plan tailored to your personal

ETHANOLrisk GROUP GRAIN GROUP RAIL GROUP tolerance, so you always feel comfortable. Now that’s security. T h e A N d e r s O N s. G O I N G w I T h T h e G r A I N.

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To find out more, give us a call at (800) 537-3370 or visit andersonsgrain.com.

To find out more, give us a call at (800) 537-3370 or visit andersonsgrain.com.

RETAIL GROUP

ETHANOL GROUP

PLANT NUTRIENT GRAIN GROUP

TURF & SPECIALTY RAIL GROUP

andersonsgrain.com

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To find out more, give us a call at (800) 537-3370 or visit andersonsgrain.com.

RETAIL GROUP

PLANT NUTRIENT

TURF & SPECIALTY


ADVERTISING (INTERNET)


BEST of CATEGORY

CLIENT

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS

Weber Grill Restaurant DESIGN FIRM

UpShift Creative Group upshiftcreative.com DESIGNER

Nicholas Staal

“Easy to read. Easy to navigate.” “Basic colors and type are used in an attractive way to present the client’s information.” “Gorgeous photographs make the cooking class very desirable.”

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ANNOUNCEMENTS & CARDS


BEST of CATEGORY

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CLIENT

Melissa Tsang & Yasuo Shimada DESIGN FIRM

Gee & Chung Design www.geechungdesign.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Fani Chung DESIGNERS

Fani Chung, Earl Gee ILLUSTRATOR

Earl Gee

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “I can’t imagine a better solution to this design opportunity.” “The couple is partial to cherry blossoms and that was the inspiration. It’s great to be able to incorporate a personal touch into such a personal project.” “Opening the invitation was a pleasure. Full of tactile delights...embossed paper, textured stock, special ink treatments.” “Beyond it’s visual excellence, a lot of engineering went into this.”

Announcements & Cards • 49


CLIENT

Harting - NA DESIGN FIRM

Hendler - Johnston www.hendler-johnston.com DESIGNER

Chris Hendler PRODUCTION

Chris Odegard

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CLIENT

TrudyZielanski DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

CLIENT

A RiffleHouse Production

Riffle DESIGN FIRM

Riffle riffleinc.com DESIGNERS

Sonya Patterson Charlie Honold

www.riffleinc.com

Announcements & Cards • 51


CLIENT

South Shore Arts DESIGN FIRM

Keyword Design www.keyworddesign.com CREATIVES

Judith Mayer

CLIENT

Randi Wolf Design DESIGN FIRM

Randi Wolf Design DESIGNER, WRITER, PHOTOGRAPHER

Randi Wolf PRINTER

CRW Graphics

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Wishing you abundant joy this holiday season Franke+Fiorella CLIENT

Franke+Fiorella DESIGN FIRM

Franke+Fiorella http://www.frankefiorella.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Craig Franke DESIGN DIRECTOR

Todd Monge

CLIENT

Laura Fisher DESIGN FIRM

One Hundred Church Street DESIGNER

R.P. Bissland

Announcements & Cards • 53


CLIENT

Home Waters FIRM

Clear Brands, Inc. www.clearbrands.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Bryan Brunsell GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Tim Burns

An Invitation

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CLIENT

Lockwood Matthews Mansion Museum FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER, ILLUSTRATOR

Elizabeth P. Ball PRODUCTION

Richard Wall Cindy Emmert PRINTER

Success Printing

FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY CLIENT

Wallace Church, Inc DESIGN FIRM

Wallace Church, Inc www.wallacechurch.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Stan Church DESIGNERS

Wallace Church Design Team

Announcements & Cards • 55


CLIENT

Wallace Church, Inc. DESIGN FIRM

Wallace Church, Inc. www.wallacechurch.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Stan Church ILLUSTRATOR

Abigail

CLIENT

TFI Envision, Inc. DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR ART DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball DESIGNER, ILLUSTRATOR, COPYWRITER

Mary Ellen Butkus

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CLIENT

Chrysler Group LLC DESIGN FIRM

Iconix Inc. www.iconix.com DESIGNER

Mary Kay GIll ELECTRONIC MEDIA

Keith Hearn ART DIRECTOR

Bob Evans

Announcements & Cards • 57


CLIENT

Third Planet Global Creative DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Richard A. Hooper Brian Lee Campbell Tim A. Bronder

CLIENT

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Elizabeth P. Ball DESIGNERS

Eric Juhaz Claire Zisek ILLUSTRATOR

Eric Juhaz COPYWRITER

Courtney Keenan

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ANNUAL REPORTS


2 0 1 0

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R E P O R T

BEST of CATEGORY

w e

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o n e

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c o m m u n i t y

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “I really liked the flapped cover that allows the viewer to create a myriad of different faces. Physically involving a person encourages reading of the publication.” “Good, consistent use of graphic elements throughout doesn’t get boring. They’re a little different on every page.” “Lots of photos, illustrations, and graphs keep this annual report from being too intimidating to read.”

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4:34aM

EvEry hour of EvEry day, MWH OPERATES AS AN INTEGRATED GLOBAL

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COMMuNITY REACHING ACROSS BORDERS, LANGuAGES AND TIME zONES TO BRING OuR

6:34aM

uNIquE kNOWLEDGE, SkILLS AND CAPABILITIES TO EACH OF OuR PROJECTS.

offices DESIGN: Watermark (www.watermarkadvertising.net) PRINTING: ColorGraphics–Cenveo PHOTOGRAPHY: Terry Marin pg. 11; Panama Canal Authority pg. 16; Joel Grimes pg. 18, 20, 30; Rael Romero pg. 26, 28

NORTH AMERICA

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Anchorage ARIZONA

Globe Scottsdale Tempe Tucson

Aliso Viejo Arcadia Colton Irvine Lake Elsinore Long Beach Los Angeles Monrovia Pasadena Playa Del Ray Redondo Beach Sacramento San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Walnut Creek

Denver Fort Collins Steamboat Springs Westminster

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CONNECTICUTT

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Chicago

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

INDIANA

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Bellevue Tacoma

MARYLAND

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Malvern

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Alpharetta Atlanta

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Pleasantville Saddle Brook NEW YORK

New York NORTH CAROLINA

Charlotte

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LATIN AMERICA ARGENTINA

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Chairman & Chief executive officer

steWards of the planet, building a better World

AlAn J. KrAuse

President & Chief Operating Officer

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We are optimistic about the future of MWH:

Dear Friends, In today’s era of seamless economic and social engagement that ignores

• Key strategies we started a decade ago, tied to megatrends, are gaining traction.

• Our knowledge management and business intelligence systems are world-class.

• Our finances remain healthy and we weathered the recession profitably.

• W e are expanding our client base and renewing relationships with key customers around the world.

As a fully integrated worldwide company, our organization and our people are aligned with the critical needs of a fast-changing planet. Our global platform allows us to move the best technologies around the world to the point of need for our clients, no matter where they are. Our position and service offerings in countries around the world are broad, deep and respected by both our peers and our clients.

nationalities, political boundaries and geographical distance, MWH is truly one global community. We are a 24-hour-per-day enterprise. Distances are collapsing. Globalization is going forward. Our business is

Thanks to a superb team of global managers and energized employees, we continue to achieve principled, sustainable and profitable growth. We are delivering projects quickly and efficiently by sharing instant global knowledge and repeatable solutions; growing valuable services that have made us a recognized leader in the wet infrastructure sector; and exploring exciting opportunities to offer our full-service portfolio to clients across our global operations. In 2010, we acquired Biwater Services, a leading U.K.-based process engineering company specializing in the water, wastewater and environmental services sectors. Biwater Services and its joint venture partners have been awarded a number of framework contracts for U.K. water companies with anticipated revenues of $3 billion over the AMP5 Programme cycle. Together,

in line with the megatrends of the world. We are all better, stronger and more capable because of the blending of cultures, work ethic, intellect and education — and together we accept our solemn responsibility.

We Are One GlObAl COmmunity

2

CLIENT

MWH Global DESIGN FIRM

financial summary

Watermark Advertising watermarkadvertising.net CREATIVE FIRM

Watermark Advertising CREATIVES

Jason Hanson Cameron Burns

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CLIENT

Vassar College DESIGN FIRM

Nesnadny + Schwartz www.NSideas.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Mark Schwartz DESIGNER

Greg Oznowich INFOGRAPHICS

Nesnadny + Schwartz WRITER

Lance Ringel

It starts here. 2011 Sustainability Report

CLIENT

The Mosaic Company DESIGN FIRM

Franke+Fiorella http://www.frankefiorella.com/ CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Craig Franke DESIGN DIRECTOR

Todd Monge

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New York Legal Aid Group Annual Report

CLIENT

New York Legal Aid Group DESIGN FIRM

Adventium Marketing & Design www.adventium.net DESIGNER

Penny Chuang

Annual Reports • 63


CLIENT

The Progressive Corporation DESIGN FIRM

Nesnadny + Schwartz www.NSideas.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Mark Schwartz DESIGNERS

Michelle Moehler Keith Pishnery Schawn Beatty PHOTOGRAPHER

Aaron Koblin WRITER

Glenn Renwick

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Annual Reports • 65


CLIENT

The George Gund Foundation DESIGN FIRM

Nesnadny + Schwartz www.NSideas.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Mark Schwartz DESIGNERS

Jamie Wilhelm Shawn Beatty PHOTOGRAPHER

Rania Matar WRITER

Geoffrey Gund David Abbott Deena Epstein PROGRAMMER

Bryce Taylor

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CLIENT

Eaton Corporation DESIGN FIRM

Nesnadny + Schwartz www.NSideas.com CREATIVE DIRECTORS

Mark Schwartz Greg Oznowich DESIGNERS

Greg Oznowich Andrew McEntee PHOTOGRAPHER

Nesnadny + Schwartz WRITER

Frank Oswald

CLIENT

Society for Neuroscience DESIGN FIRM

Dever Designs www.deverdesigns.com ART DIRECTOR

Jeffrey L. Dever DESIGNERS

Brett Meliti Jeffrey L. Dever

Annual Reports • 67


building for tomorrow

2011 ANNUAL REPORT

FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY CLIENT

CoBank DESIGN FIRM

Watermark Advertising watermarkadvertising.net CREATIVES

Cameron Burns Jason Hanson

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CLIENT

Pickersgill Retirement Community DESIGN FIRM

Catalpha Advertising & Design www.catalpha.com CREATIVES

Don Keller Michael Garlitz

“By Dawn’s Early Light”, by Edward Percy Moran, provided by MdHS, Courtesy of the Maryland Historical Society.

Annual Reports • 69


CLIENT

Pan American Development Foundation DESIGN FIRM

Beth Singer Design www.bethsingerdesign.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Beth Singer DESIGNER

Dennis Turbeville

Creating a Hemisphere of Opportunity 2011 AnnuAl RePoRt

CLIENT

Guiding Eyes for the Blind DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Elizabeth P. Ball PHOTOGRAPHER

various COPYWRITER

Guiding Eyes for the Blind PRODUCTION

Cindy Emmert

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FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY CLIENT

National Farm Medicine Center CREATIVE FIRM

Marshfield Clinic www.marshfieldclinic.org SENIOR DESIGNER

Erik Borreson WRITER

Scott Heiberger

Annual Reports • 71


CLIENT

Molycorp DESIGN FIRM

Watermark Advertising www.watermarkadvertising.net CREATIVES

Jason Hanson Cameron Burns

CLIENT

Molycorp DESIGN FIRM

Watermark Advertising watermarkadvertising.net CREATIVES

Jason Hanson Cameron Burns

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BROCHURES & CATALOGS


BEST of CATEGORY

CLIENT

The McKnight Foundation DESIGN FIRM

5 by 5 Design www.5by5design.com DESIGNER

Wendy Ruyle

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WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “Has a really organic look and feel.” “The typography is quite nice. Very successful combination.” “Lovely photos and interesting text. Reading is a pleasure, not an obligation. Of course the writing is good, but the presentation makes it inviting.”

Brochures Brochures & & Catalogs Catalogs •• 75 75


CLIENT

The College of Saint Rose DESIGN FIRM

The College of Saint Rose Office of Public Relations/ Strategic Communications www.strose.edu CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Mark Hamilton COPYWRITER

Lisa Haley Thomson PHOTOGRAPHER

Greg Cherin

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CLIENT

Grand Theatre Center for the Arts DESIGN FIRM

Marcia Herrmann Design www.her2man2.com DESIGNER

Marcia Herrmann PHOTOGRAPHERS

Bill Wood Richard Beebe

Brochures & Catalogs • 77


FLOOR PLAN Community Downtown Kirkland is known for its great restaurants, upscale B2 retail• stores, and beautiful waterfront One Bedroom, One Bath

approx. 916 sq.location. ft. While charming and

LUXURY EXPERIENCE

APARTMENT

KIRKLAND

LIVING

sophisticated, it offers comfort and convenience. The 101 is located within walking distance of Kirkland’s best local businesses.

AT ITS BEST Resident Services

Here at The 101 your comfort is

IN THE HEART OF IT ALL!

our priority. We offer a variety of concierge services for our residents. We are here to help. Please contact our Leasing Office for more information.

Excellence We are committed to offering an unparalleled living experience. Our courteous and helpful staff are another reason The 101 is unmatched.

425-827-7197 131 Kirkland Avenue Kirkland, WA 98033 www.the101kirkland.com

Monthly Rent:

CLIENT

Deposit:

Luxury Living Perfected

RD Merrill Company

Application Fee:

DESIGN FIRM

Pet Fee:

Higgins Design www.jhigginsdesign.com

p: 425-827-7197 f: 425-827-7259 www.the101kirkland.com 131 Kirkland Avenue, Kirkland, WA 98033

DESIGNER

Luxury Living Perfected

Design: Marcia Herrmann Design www.her2man2.com

Jane Higgins

CLIENT

Grand Theatre Center for the Arts DESIGN FIRM

Marcia Herrmann Design www.her2man2.com DESIGNER

Marcia Herrmann PHOTOGRAPHERS

Bill Wood Richard Beebe

s the Sixth Presenting Season at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts kicks off, we celebrate what makes our facility and programming so special . . . YOU . . . Nothing is as Grand as you. Whether it is seeing a show, taking an art class or music lesson, visiting our art galleries or participating on the stage yourself, you are what makes the Grand special and we strive to provide programing that reflects you. We will kick the season off with a legend, Willie Nelson, followed by a star-powered broadway series, a frightening haunted house, and a brand new vaudeville festival packed full of family-friendly activities and variety shows. We will continue the popular Classic Rock Concert and Friday Night Jazz series, and add to that an all-new Friday Night Coffee house series that will explore other genres in an open mic setting. We will also continue to have daytime school shows, cinematic treasures including a repeat of “Rocky Horror”, and added programing that will bridge between our Arts Education program and our galleries so there is truly something for everyone . . . A Season as Grand as you. To make it YOUR experience we will offer a customizable season subscription. There is no membership fee, just purchase tickets to four events* and you will become a season ticket subscriber. This will qualify you for a 15% discount on all of your tickets to Season shows, free ticket exchanges**, invitations to participate in meet-and-greets and VIP pre-show events (not available at all events) and pre-sale options on any exclusive events over the next year.

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FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY CLIENT

Susquehanna University DESIGN FIRM

Susquehanna University: University Communications www.susqu.edu CREATIVES

Amanda Lenig Steve Semanchik

Brochures & Catalogs • 79


Authority State of New York DormitoryDormitory AuthorityOpportunity of the StateofProgram ofthe New York Brochure Opportunity Program Brochure Opportunity Program Brochure

CLIENT

Dormitory Authority of the State of New York DESIGN FIRM

Adventium Marketing & Design adventium.net DESIGNER

Penny Chuang

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CLIENT

Rowan University DESIGN FIRM

Randi Wolf Design www.randiwolfdesign.com ART DIRECTOR

Randi Wolf PHOTOGRAPHER

Craig Terry WRITERS

Randi Wolf Travis Douglas CLIENT PROJECT MANAGER

Richard Jones

Brochures & Catalogs • 81


Outside front cover

HELPING THE WORLD GROW THE FOOD IT NEEDS

CLIENT

The Mosiac Company DESIGN FIRM

Franke+Fiorella www.frankefiorella.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Craig Franke DESIGN DIRECTOR

Todd Monge

OUR TALENT FUELS OUR GROWTH From agronomists to dragline operators, Mosaic’s employees help ensure we’re a leader in all we do. Our people are continuously challenged to make process improvements and find new ways to advance our business. It is because of their hard work and dedication that Mosaic continues to be a world-class organization. Our company is driven by employees excited about our mission to help the world grow the food it needs. This compelling mission helps to inspire individual, team and company-wide success. At Mosaic, we attract great talent because of our mission, our continual investment in people, the dedication to honoring our commitments, and the challenging and meaningful opportunities we regularly provide to employees. Mosaic’s thousands of employees collectively help the world grow the food it needs. Our success will continue because we believe in growing our business — by growing our people.

ADVANCING THE INDUSTRY

BY LEADING IN ALL WE DO

THE PRODUCTS OF OUR SUCCESS Trust is not a commodity. At Mosaic, we strive to preserve the trust our customers place in our products and company each and every day. Strong customer partnerships are essential to fulfilling Mosaic’s mission to help the world grow the food it needs. We are committed to building relationships that generate mutual, long-term success. While our customers are unique, they all have one thing in common: with ever-changing enhancements to crop science, they must anticipate seasonal demand patterns. Mosaic’s substantial size and expansive global reach allow us to provide our customers with keen agronomic insight and expertise. By helping customers analyze past seasons’ crop nutrient inventory levels, providing analysis on market trends, and offering pricing and timing flexibility, we help our customers better anticipate product needs, balance inventories and manage risk in often volatile markets. Listening to what our customers have to say about Mosaic gives us pride — it’s about increasing yields, helping develop competitive advantages and delivering on our promise of innovation.

BUILDING CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS BY PROVIDING

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From Indiana “CHRIST. SCHOLARSHIP. SERVICE.” GETS REAL. During your Huntington University experience, you’ll stretch your abilities and personal faith to new limits – especially when you go. Off campus. Back home. Or half way around the world. Each year, students work together to conceive, plan and execute an overseas mission trip sponsored through the Joe Mertz Center. Taking place during January Term (J-Term), a three-week course period in between first and second semesters, the mission trip gives students the opportunity to go and share what they know with the world.

go. know. In 2012, 15 students and one staff member originally from India traveled from Huntington, Indiana, to Chennai, India, to share a Vacation Bible School program with the girls of the Home of Love Orphanage. They spent the fall semester learning about the Indian culture, including customs, food and entertainment. Then, just after the Holidays, they traveled to India. They discovered a life experience that changed the way they viewed their world, their lives and their futures. But don’t take our word for it. Let us introduce you to a few of these students. They’ll tell you how going to India and sharing their knowledge impacted their lives – and their futures.

On the other side of this book you can see how life on Huntington’s campus is equipping these students to positively impact their world. When students leave Huntington, they take with them what they know: Christ. Scholarship. Service.

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With a constant eye toward more value for the homeowner, we work with our families to ensure they stay current on their mortgages, and we review accounts to determine if mortgage payments need to be adjusted to ensure adequate money is available to cover expenses. We also help educate homeowners about the exemptions to which they are entitled and encourage them to file propertyvalue appeals when appropriate. And we monitor the properties owned by Atlanta Habitat—to lower our own

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Chemsteel DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Tim A. Bronder Brian Lee Campbell Richard A. Hooper

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Bejewel Me DESIGN FIRM

Randi Wolf Design www.randiwolfdesign.com CLIENT MANAGER

Elizabeth Thomas DESIGNER

Randi Wolf PHOTOGRAPHERS

Randi Wolf, others WRITERS

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Sewickley Academy DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com DESIGNER

Richard A. Hooper

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Marshfield Clinic DESIGN FIRM

Marshfield Clinic www.marshfieldclinic.org SENIOR DESIGNER

Erik Borreson PHOTOGRAPHER

Michael Haas WRITER

Barb Knight

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Susquehanna University DESIGN FIRM

Susquehanna University: University Communications www.susqu.edu CREATIVES

Amanda Lenig Steve Semanchik

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David Lynch Foundation DESIGN FIRM

Phil & Co. philandcompany.com AGENCY PARTNERS

Cliff Sloan Gary Zarr DESIGNER

Collin Arnold CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Cliff Sloan

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Seasonal World Pools DESIGN FIRM

Ted DeCagna Graphic Design www.tdgraphicdesign.net GRAPHIC DESIGNER, PHOTOGRAPHER

Ted DeCagna COPYWRITERS

Tony DeLorenzo Gina DeCagna

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Sewickley Academy DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com DESIGNER

Richard A. Hooper

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University of Portland DESIGN FIRM

Lightner Design cklightner@comcast.net ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Connie Lightner PROJECT DIRECTOR

Rachel Barry-Arquit PRINTER

Bridgetown Printing Company

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Ramapo College of New Jersey DESIGN FIRM

Ramapo College of New Jersey Communications and Public Affairs Unit www.ramapo.edu

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Bloom Engineering DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com DESIGNER

Richard A. Hooper

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USTelecom DESIGN FIRM

Dever Designs www.deverdesigns.com ART DIRECTOR

Jeffrey L. Dever DESIGNER

Kim Pollock

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Third Planet DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Richard A. Hooper Brian Lee Campbell Tim A. Bronder

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International Association of Chiefs of Police DESIGN FIRM

Dever Designs www.deverdesigns.com ART DIRECTOR

Jeffrey L. Dever DESIGNER

Kim Pollock

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University of Portland DESIGN FIRM

Lightner Design cklightner@comcast.net ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Connie Lightner PROJECT DIRECTOR

Rachel Barry-Arquit PRINTER

Bridgetown Printing Company

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Phil & Co. DESIGN FIRM

Phil & Co. www.philandcompany.com AGENCY PARTNERS

Cliff Sloan Gary Zarr CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Cliff Sloan DESIGNERS

Collin Arnold Sean Mosher Smith

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Susquehanna University DESIGN FIRM

Susquehanna University: University Communications www.susqu.edu DESIGNER

Steve Semanchik

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Smyth Jewelers DESIGN FIRM

Catalpha Advertising & Design www.catalpha.com CREATIVES

Don Keller Michael Garlitz

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Jameson Health System DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com DESIGNER

Brian Lee Campbell

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Plain & Fancy Chicago DESIGN FIRM

UpShift Creative Group upshiftcreative.com DESIGNER

Nicholas Staal

Brochures & Catalogs • 97


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Westminster School DESIGN FIRM

Taylor Design taylordesign.com CREATIVES

Daniel Taylor Hannah Fichandler Vaughn Fender

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BUSINESS CARDS


BEST of CATEGORY

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Open Door Properties DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “Open. Door. (Get it?)” “Really clever 3D version of the logo.” “I’m a fool for die-cuts.”

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Capital Media Solutions DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

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Fifth Street Design DESIGN FIRM

Fifth Street Design www.fifthstreet.com DESIGNER

Jerry Clifton Meek

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Crossfit Pure DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

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Pazzo Food and Wine DESIGN FIRM

Wisbey Designs, Inc. www.wisbeydesign.com DESIGNER

Sarah Wisbey

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CALENDARS


2013 CALENDAR

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A SAMPLING OF STUDENT ARTWORK

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Seattle Waldorf School DESIGN FIRM

Higgins Design www.jhigginsdesign.com DESIGNER

Jane Higgins ILLUSTRATION

Various Seattle Waldorf School students in kindergarten through grade 12

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “All the art used in this calendar was created by the school’s students. It makes the students proud. It makes the parents proud. It allows donors to witness a piece of the education they sponsor.” “Great communication and marketing tool.” “A very effective exhibition of unbridled expression, displayed in a professional manner.”

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Susquehanna University DESIGN FIRM

Susquehanna University: University Communications www.susqu.edu CREATIVES

Amanda Lenig Steve Semanchik

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Children’s Therapy Center of the Quad Cities DESIGN FIRM

Riffle riffleinc.com COVER DESIGN, COPYWRITING

Charlie Honold LAYOUT AND DESIGN

Sonya Patterson

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COMPLETE BRANDING SYSTEMS


BEST of CATEGORY

December 2012 Design Submittal AGDA Awards Steel Pier in Atlantic City

Steel Pier - Logo Design

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “One of the broadest—and most fun—identities I’ve ever seen.” “The logo is obviously the core of the identity, but the various type treatments of all the ride names maintain a cohesive look despite their variety.”

Steel Pier - Ticketing, Signage, Environmental Graphics “I look at all this and want to go there. It’s very appealing!”

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December 2012 Design Submittal AGDA Awards Steel Pier in Atlantic City


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Steel Pier Atlantic City, New Jersey DESIGN FIRM

MARQI Branding Studio CREATIVES

Lauren Brown Anne Graves December 2012 Design Submittal AGDA Awards Steel Pier in Atlantic City

December 2012 Design Submittal AGDA Awards Steel Pier in Atlantic City

Steel Pier - Ticketing, Signage, Environmental Graphics

Steel Pier - Merchandise

December 2012 Design Submittal AGDA Awards Steel Pier in Atlantic City

Steel Pier - Magazine Ad

December 2012 Design Submittal AGDA Awards Steel Pier in Atlantic City

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Steel Pier Atlantic City, New Jersey DESIGN FIRM

MARQI Branding Studio CREATIVES

Lauren Brown Anne Graves

December 2012 Design Submittal AGDA Awards Pier in Atlantic City• Complete Steel Branding Systems

Steel Pier - Select Ride/Entertainment Logos

December 2012

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December 2012 Design Submittal AGDA Awards Steel Pier in Atlantic City

Freedom Flyer @ Steel Pier - Billboard for Steel Pier featuring Freedom Flyer

(CONTINUED) CLIENT

Steel Pier Atlantic City, New Jersey DESIGN FIRM

MARQI Branding Studio CREATIVES

Lauren Brown Anne Graves

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Freedom Flyer @ Steel Pier - Ride Coloration, Attached Topper/Gondola Design

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Denver International Airport DESIGN FIRM

Design Workshop www.designworkshop.com PRINCIPALS

Todd Johnson Eliot Hoyt ART DIRECTOR

Kelan Smith GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Nino Pero

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Stevens DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Tim A. Bronder Brian Lee Campbell Richard A. Hooper

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Art Center College of Design DESIGN FIRM

Gee + Chung Design www.geechungdesign.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, DESIGNER, ILLUSTRATOR

Earl Gee

Complete Branding Systems • 119


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Lockheed Martin DESIGN FIRM

Verse Group versagroup.com CREATIVES

Cristiano Andreotti Sylvia Chu Marina Binns

Complete Branding Systems • 121


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Quest Diagnostics DESIGN FIRM

Verse Group versegroup.com CREATIVES

Sylvia Chu Cristiano Andreotti Marina Binns

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DIRECT MAIL


BEST of CATEGORY

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Susquehanna University DESIGN FIRM

Susquehanna University: University Communications www.susqu.edu DESIGNER

Amanda Lenig

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WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “This was interesting—almost like oversized trading cards with faculty photos on one side and information on the other.” “Substantial! The chosen card stock was very important in this design. Heavyweight, but not overweight.” “I felt everything about this entry was well considered: type choices, color scheme, layout, and mechanics.”

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The College of Saint Rose DESIGN FIRM

The College of Saint Rose Office of Public Relations & Strategic Communication www.strose.edu CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Mark Hamilton COPYWRITER

Lisa Haley Thomson PHOTOGRAPHER

Greg Cherin

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Growing Seasons DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Tim A. Bronder Richard A. Hooper

Direct Mail • 127


FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY CLIENT

Nest Expressions DESIGN FIRM

Clear Brands, Inc. www.clearbrands.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Bryan Brunsell GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Tim Burns

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Meals on Wheels DE DESIGN FIRM

Randi Wolf Design www.randiwolfdesign.com DESIGNER, WRITER

Randi Wolf

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Bally Technologies DESIGN FIRM

eurie creative euriecreative.com CREATIVES

Victor Rodriguez Alex Frazier Kathy Callahan Laura Olson-Reyes Judy Sandgren

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Thoroughbred Design Group DESIGN FIRM

Thoroughbred Design Group www.thoroughbreddesigngroup.com DESIGNER

Peter Carpenter

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Many of your employees are already members. Flip this card over for ways we will enhance your benefit program for all employees – without adding to your bottom line.

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CAFCU DESIGN FIRM

UpShift Creative Group www.upshiftcreative.com CREATIVES

Richard Shanks Nicholas Staal

FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY CLIENT

Meals on Wheels DE DESIGN FIRM

Randi Wolf Design www.randiwolfdesign.com DESIGNER, WRITER

Randi Wolf CLIENT MANAGER

Jenna Byczek

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ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHICS & SIGNAGE


BEST of CATEGORY

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CLIENT

Off-Site Records Management DESIGN FIRM

Gee + Chung Design www.geechungdesign.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, DESIGNER, ILLUSTRATOR

Earl Gee

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “Obviously not everyone has the chance to do this kind of work, but Gee + Chung has certainly made the most of the opportunity.” “The repetition of the logo is great. It’s 2D, it’s 3D, it's reproduced into the door handle . . .” “Simple shapes used in a sophisticated manner.”

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John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital DESIGN FIRM

Gresham, Smith and Partners www.greshamsmith.com CREATIVES

Gresham, Smith and Partners

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United Way of Harrisonburg DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

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Methodist Hospital DESIGN FIRM

Gresham, Smith and Partners www.greshamsmith.com CREATIVES

Gresham, Smith and Partners

Environmental Graphics & Signage • 135


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Capital Media Solutions DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com DESIGNERS

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

CLIENT

Arts Council of the Valley DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

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CLIENT

MGI Roofing DESIGN FIRM

Thoroughbred Design Group www.thoroughbreddesigngroup.com DESIGNER

Peter Carpenter

CLIENT

Forbes Center at James Madison University DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

Environmental Graphics & Signage • 137


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American Israel Public Affairs Committee DESIGN FIRM

Beth Singer Design www.bethsingerdesign.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Beth Singer ART DIRECTOR

Howard Smith DESIGNERS

Dennis Turbeville Debra Witt Barbara Bose ILLUSTRATOR

Dennis Turbeville

Client: American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Project: Stage Design for the AIPAC National Summit 2011

Summit Brand full projected stage set without speaker

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Client: American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Project: Stage Design for the AIPAC National Summit 2011

Close up of Summit Brand projected set with speaker at podium

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Client: American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Project: Stage Design for the AIPAC National Summit 2011

This example shows the 120 foot Summit Star set with and without playback screen placement

Client: American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Project: Stage Design for the AIPAC National Summit 2011

This example shows the 120 foot Summit Star set with and without playback screen placement

Client: American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Project: Stage Design for the AIPAC National Summit 2011

120-foot Summit Star projected set

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Maxim Integrated DESIGN FIRM

Gee + Chung Design www.geechungdesign.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, DESIGNER, ILLUSTRATOR

Earl Gee PHOTOGRAPHER

xRez Studios

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GE Power & Water DESIGN FIRM

EP&M International www.epmexhibits.com PROJECT MANAGER

Tiffeny Cantu LEAD DESIGNER

Lily Wei DESIGNERS

Albert Chan Dottinger Design

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City of Wimberley, Texas DESIGN FIRM

Design Workshop www.designworkshop.com PRINCIPAL

Steven Spears ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Kelan Smith

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Atlanta Gateway Designers DESIGN FIRM

Gresham, Smith and Partners www.greshamsmith.com

Announcements & Cards • 145


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GE Oil & Gas DESIGN FIRM

EP&M International www.epmexhibits.com PROJECT MANAGER

Gene Lindman LEAD DESIGNER

Lily Wei DESIGNERS

Albert Chan Dottinger Design Victoria Biddle Design

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ILLUSTRATION


BEST of CATEGORY

CLIENT

The Progressive Corporation DESIGN FIRM

Nesnadny + Schwartz www.NSideas.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Mark Schwartz DESIGNERS

Michelle Moehler Schawn Beatty Keith Pishnery PHOTOGRAPHER

Aaron Koblin WRITER

Glenn Renwick

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “Lighthearted drawing style. Simple pen and ink, but very effective.” “Reminiscent of the drawings young boys do to show what cars they think are cool. (It should appeal to a wide audience).” “Presented in almost a ‘how to draw’ venue.”

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LOGOS & TRADEMARKS


BEST of CATEGORY

CLIENT

The Black Pearl Fine Wine and Spirits DESIGN FIRM

Kevin Hall Design www.KevinHallDesign.com DESIGNER

Kevin Hall

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “Love the colors—rich black contrasting against pure white with a splash of green.” “I like the sense of movement (action if you will) that’s created by the different angles juxtaposed against each other.” “Sometimes I feel this ‘grunge’ style of type is overused but it’s a perfect fit here.”

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Ally Coulter Designs DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly, Inc. www.Roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

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Arts Council of the Valley DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

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State of Rhode Island DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.Roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

VOX DESIGN FIRM

Erik Borreson Design www.erikborreson.com DESIGNER

Erik Borreson

CLIENT

Tiger Tracy Drywall & Painting DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.Roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

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Senoia Periodontics DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

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Family Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

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Kid Wise DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

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Kid Wise DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

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CLIENT

Cumming Pediatric Group DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

CLIENT

Church Logo Gallery DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

James Madison University DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole


CLIENT

Taylored Communications DESIGN FIRM

Beth Singer Design www.bethsingerdesign.com ART DIRECTOR

Beth Singer DESIGNER

Debra Witt

CLIENT

Crenshaw UMC DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Center for Mathematical Talent - NYU DESIGN FIRM

Beth Singer Design www.bethsingerdesign.com ART DIRECTOR

Howard Smith DESIGNER

Dennis Turbeville

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NXP DESIGN FIRM

Verse Group versegroup.com CREATIVES

Cristiano Andreotti Sylvia Chu Marina Binns

CLIENT

Crenshaw UMC DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Plato Learning DESIGN FIRM

Franke+Fiorella http://www.frankefiorella.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Craig Franke CRREATIVES

Bob Goebel Brett Bacon

CLIENT

Portsmouth, Rhode Island DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

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Red Handed Style DESIGN FIRM

Thoroughbred Design Group www.thoroughbreddesigngroup.com CREATIVE

Peter Carpenter


CLIENT

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Team Red, White and Blue

Art Center College of Design

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Rule 29 http://www.rule29.com

Gee + Chung Design www.geechungdesign.com

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CREATIVE DIRECTOR, DESIGNER,

Justin Ahrens

ILLUSTRATOR

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CLIENT

Seafare Residences DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

Open Door Properties DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

CLIENT

The Crossing Christian Fellowship DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Northern Hills Baptist Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Made Simple DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

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CLIENT

Monaqui Events DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly


CLIENT

Macedonia Christian Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Enviropouch DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

CLIENT

Central Valley Autism Project DESIGN FIRM

Marcia Herrmann Design www.her2man2.com DESIGNER

Marcia Herrmann

CLIENT

Ocean Conservancy DESIGN FIRM

Dever Designs www.deverdesigns.com ART DIRECTOR

Jeffrey L. Dever DESIGNERS

Jeffrey L. Dever Brett Meliti

CLIENT

MAX Environmental DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Tim A. Bronder Richard A. Hooper Brian Lee Campbell

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CLIENT

SeaWeed DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

Bob Driver DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

CLIENT

Touchstone Books DESIGN FIRM

Verse Group versegroup.com CREATIVES

Sylvia Chu Cristiano Andreotti Marina Binns

CLIENT

Freedom Cancer Foundation DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.JennDavid.com DESIGNER

Jenn David Connolly

CLIENT

American Society for Head & Neck Radiology (ASHNR) DESIGN FIRM

Beth Singer www.bethsinger.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Beth Singer ART DIRECTOR

Howard Smith DESIGNERS

Bonny Katzman Debra Witt

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CLIENT

James Madison University DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

CLIENT

Eydie Cady DESIGN FIRM

Lightspeed Commercial Arts www.lightspeedca.net CREATIVES

Michael Hamers Eydie Cady

CLIENT

El Shaddai Prayer and Deliverance Ministries DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

James Madison University DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

CLIENT

Stephanie Hartsel DESIGN FIRM

Lightspeed Commercial Arts www.lightspeedca.net DESIGNER

Michael Hamers

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CLIENT

Alliance Environmental DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

LifeArcher Inc. DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

Icelighter Inc. DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

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CLIENT

LeapScore DESIGN FIRM

Marcia Herrmann Design www.her2man2.com DESIGNER

Marcia Herrmann

CLIENT

Alliance Holdings DESIGN FIRM

art270, inc. www.art270.com CREATIVES

Reid Smith John Opet

CLIENT

Carrera Productions DESIGN FIRM

fifth street design www.fifthstreet.com DESIGNER

Jerry Clifton Meek


CLIENT

Springhill Baptist Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Buffalo Prep DESIGN FIRM

Crowley Webb crowleywebb.com ART DIRECTOR

Kelly Gambino

CLIENT

North Point Life Coaching DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

MGI Roofing DESIGN FIRM

Thoroughbred Design Group www.thoroughbreddesigngroup.com DESIGNER

Peter Carpenter

CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Jeff Pappalardo

CLIENT

Bonnie Castle Resort & Marina DESIGN FIRM

McElveney & Palozzi Design Group, Inc. www.manpdesign.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Bill McElveney

CLIENT

Delphi Communications DESIGN FIRM

Thoroughbred Design Group www.thoroughbreddesigngroup.com DESIGNER

Peter Carpenter

ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Lisa Gates

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CLIENT

Frost Management CLIENT

Three Dog Creative DESIGN FIRM

Robert Meyers Design robertmeyersdesign.com

DESIGN FIRM

Dever Designs www.deverdesigns.com ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Jeffrey L. Dever

CREATIVES

Robert Meyers Douglas Goldsmith

CLIENT

Construct Services, Inc. DESIGN FIRM

Riffle riffleinc.com DESIGNERS

Charlie Honold Jesse Codling

CLIENT

SignetTone Inc. DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

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CLIENT

Pura Vida Properties DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Vineyard Shores DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Equilibrium Capital DESIGN FIRM

Gee + Chung Design www.geechungdesign.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, DESIGNER, ILLUSTRATOR

Earl Gee

CLIENT

LinkedPixel DESIGN FIRM

Erik Borreson Design www.erikborreson.com DESIGNER

Erik Borreson

CLIENT

ArchPoint Wellness DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

Milkboy DESIGN FIRM

Bowhaus Design Group www.bowhausdesign.com CREATIVES

Matt O’Rourke Matt Labul

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CLIENT

Computer Consultants for Christ DESIGN FIRM

Erik Borreson Design www.erikborreson.com DESIGNER

Erik Borreson

CLIENT

Third Planet Global Creative DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Richard A. Hooper Tim A. Bronder Brian Lee Campbell

CLIENT

Crowley Webb DESIGN FIRM

Crowley Webb crowleywebb.com ART DIRECTOR

Maria Bond CREATIVE DIRECTOR

David Buck

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CLIENT

Rabun County Public Library DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

CLIENT

Port of Port Angeles DESIGN FIRM

Laurel Black Design www.laurelblack.com DESIGNER

Laurel Black

CLIENT

Cadwalader Communications DESIGN FIRM

art270, inc. www.art270.com CREATIVES

Eric Shoeniger Dana Breslin


CLIENT

Peeper Protectors DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Tim A. Bronder Brian Lee Campbell Richard A. Hooper Aleksandra Radich

CLIENT

Party Girl DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

Feiro Marine Life Center DESIGN FIRM

Laurel Black Design www.laurelblack.com DESIGNER

Laurel Black

CLIENT

SMART Software DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

Stevens DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com DESIGNER

Richard A. Hooper

CLIENT

Dayspring Pentecostal Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

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CLIENT

Force Newport Crossfit DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

CrossPointe Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

HIM Mechanical Systems Inc DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

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CLIENT

Clean Street Food DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.JennDavid.com DESIGNER

Jenn David Connolly

CLIENT

Charney Research DESIGN FIRM

Verse Group versegroup.com CREATIVES

Sylvia Chu Cristiano Andreotti Marina Binns

CLIENT

Red Hammock Realty DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young


CLIENT

Sewickley Academy DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Tim A. Bronder Richard A. Hooper

CLIENT

Consulate General of Canada DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

CLIENT

Red Tornado Productions DESIGN FIRM

Thoroughbred Design Group www.thoroughbreddesigngroup.com DESIGNER

Peter Carpenter

CLIENT

Cupron DESIGN FIRM

Verse Group versegroup.com CREATIVES

Sylvia Chu Cristiano Andreotti Marina Binns

CLIENT

Rhythm Road Artist Agency DESIGN FIRM

Erik Borreson Design www.erikborreson.com DESIGNER

Erik Borreson

CLIENT

Faith Pentecostal Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

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CLIENT

Shalom International Ministry DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

CLIENT

Taxi Fare Finder DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.jenNdavid.com CREATIVES

Jenn David Connolly

CLIENT

Students for Science DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

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CLIENT

McCrossin DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Brian Lee Campbell Richard A. Hooper Tim A. Bronder

CLIENT

Focus Products Group, LLC DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVES

Elizabeth P. Ball Mary Ellen Butkus

CLIENT

Crowley Webb (Pro Bono) DESIGN FIRM

Crowley Webb crowleywebb.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

David Buck ART DIRECTOR

Lillian Selby


CLIENT CLIENT

Menchville Baptist Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Cowboy Fellowship DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com CREATIVES

Michael Kern

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Right to Hike DESIGN FIRM

Thoroughbred Design Group www.thoroughbreddesigngroup.com DESIGNER

Peter Carpenter

CLIENT

Rocky Mountain Hemophilia DESIGN FIRM

fifth street design www.fifthstreet.com DESIGNER

Jerry Clifton Meek

Rocky Mountain Hemophilia

& Bleeding disorders association

Rocky Mountain HeMopHilia & Blood disoRdeRs association

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CLIENT

Ryan Taylor Architects DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

CLIENT

Nature’s Path Foods, Inc DESIGN FIRM

Wallace Church, Inc www.wallacechurch.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Stan Church

CLIENT

Irish Classical Theatre Co. DESIGN FIRM

Crowley Webb crowleywebb.com ART DIRECTOR

Pete Reiling CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Jeff Pappalardo

CLIENT

Sage Flooring Concepts DESIGN FIRM

Riffle riffleinc.com DESIGNER

Charlie Honold

DESIGN DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Kevin Sams

CLIENT

Growth & Retention Consulting DESIGN FIRM

eurie creative euriecreative.com CREATIVES

Victor Rodriguez Alex Frazier

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CLIENT

Olive DESIGN FIRM

Erik Borreson Design www.erikborreson.com DESIGNER

Erik Borreson


CLIENT

Buffalo Initiative DESIGN FIRM

Crowley Webb crowleywebb.com ART DIRECTOR

Kelly Gambino

CLIENT

Kaufman Jacobs DESIGN FIRM

UpShift Creative Group upshiftcreative.com DESIGNER

Nicholas Staal

CREATIVE DIRECTOR

David Buck

CLIENT

Hammock Homes DESIGN FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

CLIENT

Women’s Episcopal Bible Study DESIGN FIRM

fifth street design www.fifthstreet.design DESIGNER

Jerry Clifton Meek

Women’s Ecumenical Bible Study

CLIENT

Highlands Hospital DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com DESIGNER

Richard A. Hooper

CLIENT

Quanto Basta Italian Bistro DESIGN FIRM

Randi Wolf Design www.randiwolf.com CREATIVES

Randi Wolf CLIENT PROJECT MANAGER

Eric Webber

Logos & Trademarks • 171


CLIENT

CLIENT

Tockwotton on the Waterfront DESIGN FIRM

Susan Northrop Design DESIGNER

Susan Northrop

Family Church DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

CLIENT

Fort Adams Adventures DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.Roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

Assisi Mosaic DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

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Valmontis Bed & Breakfast DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole


CLIENT

Roberts Ferry Nut, Co. DESIGN FIRM

Marcia Herrmann Design www.her2man2.com DESIGNER

Marcia Herrmann

CLIENT

Transcendent Tea DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.jenndavid.com DESIGNER

Jenn David Connolly

CLIENT

Chemsteel DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative CREATIVES

Tim A. Bronder Brian Lee Campbell Richard A. Hooper

CLIENT

First Baptist Church Gaston DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Pam Riesenberg DESIGN FIRM

Roskelly Inc. www.roskelly.com DESIGNER

Thomas Roskelly

CLIENT

Mike Shelley DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

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CLIENT

Michael Kvebs DESIGN FIRM

Lightspeed Commercial Arts www.lightspeedca.net DESIGNER

Michael Hamers

BOSS

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TM

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CLIENT

BOSS

CLIENT

Northridge Community Church DESIGN FIRM

WEAR

Glenn Luxenburg DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

Lightspeed Commercial Arts www.lightspeedca.net DESIGNER

TM

Michael Hamers

The Work Pants That Actually Work!

CLIENT

Haggai Tree Company DESIGN FIRM

Church Logo Gallery www.churchlogogallery.com DESIGNER

Michael Kern

CLIENT

Jaypro Sports DESIGN FIRM

Miranda Creative mirandacreative.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Maria Miranda DESIGNER

Tomasz Kazmierczak

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MENUS


BEST of CATEGORY CLIENT

Mimi’s Cafe DESIGN FIRM

N10 Marketing CREATIVES

Kevin Favell Jennifer Yoczik

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “Interesting mix of fonts that is quite legible.” “Good topical divisions with the use of lines, boxes, and color blocks.” “It’s everything a menu should be: easy-to-read text (and easy-to-find prices), beautiful photos with enticing descriptions.”

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Menus • 177


CLIENT

Weber Grill Restaurant DESIGN FIRM

UpShift Creative Group upshiftcreative.com CREATIVES

UpShift Creative Group

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Menus • 179


CLIENT

Quanto Basta Italian Bistro DESIGN FIRM

Randi Wolf Design www.randiwolfdesign.com CLIENT PROJECT MANAGER

Eric Webber DESIGNER

Randi Wolf

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PACKAGING


BEST of CATEGORY

CLIENT

Transcendent Tea DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.jenndavid.com DESIGNER

Jenn David Connolly

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “Organic texture of the packaging is an immediate clue to the natural theme of the product.” “The brightly colored labels offer a great contrast to the brown paper bag.” “A visual delight that fulfills its function. All of the imagery—icons, art, and type—have a ‘hands on’ look.”

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CLIENT

Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market DESIGN FIRM

P+W Design Consultants www.p-and-w.com ART DIRECTOR

Simon Pemberton DESIGNER

Paul Watson

CLIENT

Nature’s Path Foods, Inc. DESIGN FIRM

Wallace Church, Inc. www.wallacechurch.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Stan Church DESIGNER DIRECTOR

Kevin Sams DESIGNER

IThinand Tubkam

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CLIENT

Winebow DESIGN FIRM

Wallace Church, Inc. www.wallacechurch.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Stan Church DESIGNER

Lou Antonucci

CLIENT

Winebow DESIGN FIRM

Wallace Church, Inc. www.wallacechurch.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Stan Church DESIGNER

Lou Antonucci

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CLIENT

Meadowcroft Wines DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.jenndavid.com DESIGNER

Jenn David Connolly


CLIENT

Jaidyn Apricot Wine DESIGN FIRM

Marcia Herrmann Design www.her2man2.com DESIGNER

Marcia Herrmann

Packaging • 185


CLIENT

Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market DESIGN FIRM

P+W Design Consultants www.p-and-w.com ART DIRECTOR

Simon Pemberton DESIGNER

Jamie Saunderson

CLIENT

Unilever Home & Personal Care USA DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball DESIGNERS

Chris Plaisted, Clare Zisek PRODUCTION

Cindy Emmert, Richard Wall

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CLIENT

Unilever Home & Personal Care USA DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball DESIGNERS

Elizabeth P. Ball, Eric Juhasz, Chris Plaisted PRODUCTION

Richard Wall, Cindy Emmert

CLIENT

Pepper Creek Farms DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.jenndavid.com CREATIVES

Jenn David Connolly, Micaela Nauman

Packaging • 187


CLIENT

Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market DESIGN FIRM

P+W Design Consultants www.p-and-w.com ART DIRECTOR

Simon Pemberton DESIGNER

Nicola Clark

CLIENT

Unilever Home & Personal Care USA DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball DESIGNERS

Clare Zisek Chris Plaisted PRODUCTION

Cindy Emmert Richard Wall

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CLIENT

Castmedic DESIGN FIRM

Catalpha Advertising & Design www.catalpha.com CREATIVES

Don Keller Michael Garlitz

CLIENT

Nydree Flooring CREATIVE FIRM

Logos Atlanta www.logosatatlanta.com CREATIVES

Mark Campbell Rachel Campbell Bruce Young

Packaging • 189


CLIENT

Wegmans Food Markets DESIGN FIRM

Wegmans Food Markets ART DIRECTOR

Kerry Smyth ILLUSTRATOR

Sarah Wisbey, Wisbey Design Inc.

CLIENT

Focus Products Kitchen Group, LLC DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER

Mary Ellen Butkus COPYWRITER, PHOTOGRAPHER

Focus Products Kitchen Group, LLC

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CLIENT

Unilever Foods DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball DESIGNERS

Mary Ellen Butkus, Elizabeth P. Ball

CLIENT

Pepper Creek Farms DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.jenndavid.com CREATIVES

Jenn David Connolly Micaela Nauman

Packaging • 191


CLIENT

Pepper Creek Farms DESIGN FIRM

Jenn David Design www.jenndavidcom DESIGNER

Jenn David Connolly

CLIENT

Focus Products Group, LLC DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER, ILLUSTRATOR

Mary Ellen Butkus COPYWRITER

Focus Products Kitchen Group, LLC

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CLIENT

Unilever Home & Personal Care USA DESIGN FIRM

TFI Envision, Inc. www.tfienvision.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTOR

Elizabeth P. Ball DESIGNERS

Clare Zisek Chris Plaisted PRODUCTION

Richard Wall Cindy Emmert

FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY CLIENT

Previse DESIGN FIRM

Wallace Church, Inc. www.wallacechurch.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Stan Church DESIGN DIRECTOR

Jhomy Irrazaba DESIGNER

Lindsay Perkins

CLIENT

Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market DESIGN FIRM

P+W Design Consultants www.p-and-w.com ART DIRECTOR

Simon Pemberton DESIGNER

Heatner Vavano

Packaging • 193


FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY CLIENT

Previse DESIGN FIRM

Wallace Church, Inc. www.wallacechurch.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Stan Church DESIGN DIRECTOR

Jhomy Irrazaba DESIGNER

Lindsay Perkins

CLIENT

Strength of Nature DESIGN FIRM

id8 www.id8agency.com DESIGNER

Kriston Sellier

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CLIENT

Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market DESIGN FIRM

P+W Design Consultants www.p-and-w.com ART DIRECTOR

Simon Pemberton DESIGNER

Wesley Anson

CLIENT

Mrs. Comfort’s Cookies DESIGN FIRM

Third Planet Global Creative 333planet.com CREATIVES

Tim A. Bronder Brian Lee Campbell

Packaging • 195


CLIENT

Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market DESIGN FIRM

P+W Design Consultants www.p-and-w.com ART DIRECTOR

Simon Pemberton DESIGNER

Heatner Vavano

CLIENT

Tesco UK DESIGN FIRM

P+W Design Consultants www.p-and-w.com ART DIRECTOR

Simon Pemberton DESIGNER

Iain Dobson

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PHOTOGRAPHY


BEST of CATEGORY

WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “These photographs show physical frailties and strength of human spirit at the same time.” “I like the variety of emotions. It gives the series a genuineness.” “An excellent example of candid shots. Real people with real lives.”

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CLIENT

The George Gund Foundation DESIGN FIRM

Nesnadny + Schwartz www.NSideas.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Mark Schwartz DESIGNERS

Jamie Wilhelm Schawn Beatty PHOTOGRAPHY

Rania Matar PROGRAMMER

Bryce Taylor WRITERS

Geoffrey Gund David Abbott Deena Epstein

Photography • 199


CLIENT

Ted DeCagna DESIGN FIRM

Ted DeCagna Graphic Design www.tdgraphicdesign.net PHOTOGRAPHER

Ted DeCagna

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POSTERS


BEST of CATEGORY

CLIENT

Caffe Ibis DESIGN FIRM

One Hundred Church Street DESIGNER

R.P. Bissland WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “The choice of brilliant colors is nearly as stimulating as a rooster crowing.” “I love the graphic nature of this. The shapes of solid color make a bold visual statement.” “This is an entry I would save and hang in my office (or kitchen).”

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CLIENT

Harrisonburg/Rockingham Daycare DESIGN FIRM

TLC Design DESIGNER

Trudy L. Cole

CLIENT

Quad City Home Builders Association DESIGN FIRM

Riffle riffleinc.com DESIGNERS

Sonya Patterson Charlie Honold

Posters • 203


CLIENT

Littlefuse Inc DESIGN FIRM

Hendler-Johnson hendlerjohnson.com CREATIVES

Chris Hendler Matt Buron

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PHOTOGRAPHER BADGE

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STEP 1: Explore Community Symbols

STEP 1: Explore the power of Photography

Go on a flag hunt! Instructions: Find three cool flag facts by exploring the documents in the gray Girl

Go to a photography exhibit! Instructions: Explore the documents in the map cases, gray boxes, or

Scouts box within the folder labeled “Flag Hunt.” Or, visit to www.digitalvaults.org and use the search tab to find documents related to the American flag. After you write down the facts in your Briefing Book, visit the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom and count the American flags. How many do you see?

binders in the ReSource Room and on www.digitalvaults.org to locate photographs from the holdings of the National Archives. Use the photographs to complete one of the following activities: (Be sure to record your findings in your Briefing Book)

STEP 2: Be a landmark detective

• Find 20 photos from the holdings of the National Archives. Look at each photo without reading the labels on the back. What story do you think each photograph tells? You may make photocopies of your favorites to keep as a reference.

Tour a landmark that honors the past! Instructions: Collect three facts you didn’t know about the National Archives by completing the tasks below. Write down your discoveries in your Briefing Book and share them with your family and friends.

OR • Create a photography timeline. Start your timeline by printing copies of photographs you have found. Select images that are meaningful to you and that demonstrate the development of photography over time. For each image, consider why the photographer chose a photo as the medium to convey a message. Why do you think photographs can evoke strong feelings?

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FINDING COMMON GROUND BADGE

STEP 1: Explore Civil Debate

• Did you you know that the National Archives holds the permanently valuable records of the U.S. Federal Government? Find three documents about your home state by exploring the state boxes, labeled in red, in the ReSource Room. • Did you you know that the National Archives has facilities all over the country, and

Remembethat these facilities include regional archives and Presidential libraries? Visit r, only the steps archives.gov/locations and use the map to locate the Presidential library and that can www.archives.gov/locations be complet branch of the National Archives closest to your home. ed at regional the Nationa Archives l ar• e on Did you you know that many people research their family history at the National these ca rds Archives? The most popular records used to find family members are census, military

service, immigration, and citizenship documents. Start recording information about Understand a famous debate in American History! Instructions: Find documents related to a famous debate in American history. A few your family history by filling in one of the family trees available in the ReSource Room. examples are provided for you below. Be sure to record your findings in your Briefing Book in order to continue your research at home. • Start your research by exploring the map cases and gray boxes in the ReSource Room for documents—maybe ones related to the debates between the suffragists, located in the gray Civil Rights boxes on the shelves, or a debate between Lincoln and Douglas in the gray Chronological boxes. Continue your research at home by locating more documents using the National Archives Online Public Access system: www.archives.gov/research/search/. Use the documents to discover why the debate proved historic, who was considered the winner, and why. What was the common ground between the opposing positions?

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STEP 2: Understand a compromise Investigate a state or national compromise! Instructions: Find documents related to a famous compromise in American history. Be sure to record your findings in your Briefing Book in order to continue your research at home. • Start your research by exploring in the ReSource Room for documents related to a famous compromise in American history. You might choose the Missouri Compromise located in the Chronological boxes or a compromise in which diplomacy was used Diplomacy. to avoid war in the boxes labeled National History Day, Debate and Diplomacy Remembe r, your research at home by locating more documents using the National only the Continue steps www.archives.gov/research/search/. that can Archives Online Public Access system: www.archives.gov/research/search/ be complet did the two sides stand in the beginning? Where did they end up? Does ed at Where the Nationa l this compromise affect your life? If so, how? Arch

INSIDE GOVERNMENT BADGE STEP 1: Decide what being an active citizen means to you

ives are on these ca rds

Take a poll! Instructions: Use the documents in the Charters map case drawers (labeled in blue) and the pocket Constitutions available in the ReSource Room to test your citizenship knowledge. Be sure to record your answers in your Briefing Book. • What are the four amendments to the Constitution about who can vote? • The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words? • How many amendments does the Constitution have? • What stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful? After testing your citizenship knowledge, take a look at the documents inside the gray Girl Scouts box in the folder labeled “Take a Poll”. Write down what you think it means to be an active citizen. Ask three people during your trip to DC what they think, and start a discussion about their answers with your family or Girl Scout group.

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BEHIND THE BALLOT BADGE

STEP 1: Find out more about elections

Remembe r, only the steps that can be complet ed at the Nationa Archives l are on these ca rds

Compare local, state, and national elections! Instructions: Research the process of electing the President of the United States by using the documents and pocket Constitutions available in the ReSource Room. Be sure to record your findings in your Briefing Book in order to continue your research at home. • The process for electing President has changed since the election of George Washington in 1789. Use the facsimile of the U.S. Constitution found in the map case or the pocket Constitutions, and the documents inside the gray Girl Scouts box in the folder labeled “Comparing Elections” to answer the following questions: • Describe the process for electing the President of the United States. How has that process changed from 1789 to today? • How often do citizens vote for President? Once you return home, research the process of how state and local elections are conducted. You may want to consider elected positions such as your state’s governor or your city’s mayor. Use your notes from this activity to create a chart comparing the electoral process for the President to that of an official running in a local or state election.


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WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “One of the best looking cookbooks I’ve ever seen.” “Excellent choice of images perfectly complement the historical nature of the piece.” “A real slice of Americana with a variety of recipes, some from our own presidents.” “Even if you don’t cook, it’s fascinating viewing and reading.”

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WHAT THE JUDGES LIKE ABOUT THIS “Simple. Tasteful.” “The symbolic logo on this creates enough interest that a viewer will try to figure it out, giving the company itself extra consideration.” “I like the typographic design solution on the shirt back.”

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Futura

Amy Iocco STUDENT DESIGNER

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ SCHOOL

Shushi Yoshinaga INSTRUCTOR

Futura typeface poster PROJECT


PROJECT

Identity & Packaging for Fictional “Tag” Wineries INSTRUCTOR

Geoff Sciacca SCHOOL

Elmhurst College elmhurst.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Danielle Wagner

292 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY PROJECT

The First Transcontinental Railroad book INSTRUCTOR

E. June Roberts-Lunn SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Steven D. Elliot

Student Work â&#x20AC;˘ 293


PROJECT

Photomontage INSTRUCTOR

Karen Bright SCHOOL

Monmouth University, Department of Art & Design www.monmouth.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Alison Abale

PROJECT

“UNICEF” Ad INSTRUCTOR

Karen Bright SCHOOL

Monmouth University, Department of Art & Design www.monmouth.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Amanda Stojanov

294 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


PROJECT

Sagmeister: Guts Artist Catalog INSTRUCTOR

E. June Roberts-Lunn SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Catherine Lewandowski

Student Work â&#x20AC;˘ 295


PROJECT

Old North Bourbon Old Fashioned Kit Rigid Packaging INSTRUCTOR

Jody Graff SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Nicholas Lim

296 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


PROJECT

“Photomontage” INSTRUCTOR

Karen Bright SCHOOL

Monmouth University, Department of Art & Design www.monmouth.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Michael Seminerio

PROJECT

M.C. Escher artist quote poster INSTRUCTOR

Rosemary Murphy SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Luis Quevedo

Student Work • 297


PROJECT

Satan’s Circus: Women’s Battle Throughout Prohibition INSTRUCTOR

Amy Rees SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Hannah Olin

298 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY PROJECT

“NEDA” Ad INSTRUCTOR

Karen Bright SCHOOL

Monmouth University, Department of Art & Design www.monmouth.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Carolyn Walker

Student Work • 299


PROJECT

Dale Chihuly artist catalog INSTRUCTOR

Rosemary Murphy SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Jillian Skovran

300 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


PROJECT

Yohji Yamamoto artist catalog INSTRUCTOR

Rosemary Murphy SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Allison Pfiffner

Student Work â&#x20AC;˘ 301


PROJECT

Alpaca Angels Farm Identity INSTRUCTOR

Robert Meyers SCHOOL

California University of Pennsylvania calu.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Erin Thompson

PROJECT

The Chicago Firehouse Restaurant Logo INSTRUCTOR

Nick Stephenson SCHOOL

Pennsylvania College of Technology www.pct.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Carol Vargas

302 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


PROJECT

Noguchi artist quote poster INSTRUCTOR

E. June Roberts-Lunn SCHOOL

Drexel University Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Anora Collier

Student Work â&#x20AC;˘ 303


PROJECT

Duotone magazine INSTRUCTOR

Mark Willie SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Gerre Mae Barcebal

304 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


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PROJECT

Original Brand Business Card

www.cultiomeat.com

INSTRUCTOR

Karen Bright SCHOOL

Monmouth University, Department of Art & Design www.monmouth.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Olivia Greco

PROJECT

Dept of Philosophy Logo INSTRUCTOR

Chris Corneal SCHOOL

Michigan State University art.msu.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Cory Pitzer

Student Work â&#x20AC;˘ 305


PROJECT

Gilbert and George Artist Catalog INSTRUCTOR

Mark Willie SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Rachel Greene

306 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY PROJECT

Benjamin Franklin Typographic Portrait SCHOOL

University of Pennsylvania STUDENT DESIGNER

Gina DeCagna

Student Work • 307


GLOBAL WATER IMPENDING CRISIS

Physical scarcity

Demand for the world’s increasingly scarce water supply is rising rapidly, challenging it availability for food production and putting global food security at risk. Agricultue is competing with industrial, household, and environmental uses for this scarce water supply.

Near physical scarcity Economic scarcity Little or no scarcity

13%

Not Estimated

original state of fields

Potential Rural + Urban Household Business Sustainable World in 2025

21%

49 m3/yr

25 m3/yr

unconstistent development

75%

32 m3/yr

Sustainable Business

Developing

Developed

m3/yr = cubic meter of water per per year

World

25 m3/yr

31 m3/yr

fresh water

19%

AGRICULTURE distorted water usage

30%

increase in larger countries

RAINFALL Thousands of cubic kilometer per year.

100%

Irrigation

Freshwater

70%

LANDSCAPES Bioenergy forest products grazing lands biodiversity.

56%

WHAT IS IRRITATION?

Irritation is artificial application of water to land to assist in the production of crops. It has helped boost agricultural yields and outputs and stabilize food production and prices.

projected growth of 828 million tons total world cereal

CONSUMPTION

Projected withdrawals in developing countries will increase 27 percent over the 30-year period, while developedcountry withdrawals will increase by 11 percent. 2200

Asia Latin America Sub-Saharan Africa West Asia/North Africa Developed Countries Developing Countries World

internationally

47%

2025

Irrigation

73

86 183 215

253 374

253 279

1343 1621 1153

3943

1248

4811

RAINFED AGRICULTURE Bioenergy forest products grazing lands biodiversity.

145 276

Latin America

48 74

Sub-Saharan Africa

23 56

West Asia North Africa

32 49

Developed Countries

165 201

0.6%

IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE Crops livestock aquaculture

Developing Countries

191 389

1427 1501

World

LAND

37.9%

Non-Irrigation

Asia 130 190

324 210

3500

13.7% other usages

187 235

2831

4.5%

sewage for crops

TOTAL WATER WITHDRAWALS 910 970

1995

2700

37.9%

1995 2025

agriculture growth internationally

12%

rainfall capacity within agriculture

54.3% industrial usages

350 588

0.1%

OCEAN Blue water

ECONOMIC Cities and industries

WATER DISTRIBUTION

WATER WITHDRAWALS

1 liter of water converted from liquid to vapor 2 liter of water required for drinking

In the future more people will require more water for food, fiber, industrial crops, livestock, and fish. But the amount of water per person can be reduced by changing what people consume and how they use water to produce food.

WATER EVAPORATION Water storage aquatic biodiversity fisheries

1.3% 30%

10% 20%

Irrigated Developing Countries

11%

Agricutlure

30%

Industry 70%

39%

Municipalities

20%

Irrigated Developing Countries Rainfed Developing Countries Rainfed Developed Countries

REFERENCE : Global Water Outlook to 2025, Water for Food Water for Life.

PROJECT

Global Water Impending Crisis Poster PROJECT

Cold Comfort Creamery Ice Cream Packaging INSTRUCTOR

Nick Stephenson SCHOOL

Pennsylvania College of Technology www.pct.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Laurea Lapp

308 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28

INSTRUCTOR

Sang-Duck Seo SCHOOL

University of Nevada, Las Vegas www.unlv.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Paulina Zeng


FINALIST BEST OF CATEGORY PROJECT

Guide Dogs of America Annual Report INSTRUCTOR

Nick Stephenson SCHOOL

Pennsylvania College of Technology www.pct.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Laurea Lapp

GUIDE DOGS OF AMERICA

Student Work • 309


PROJECT

Sheffield Tea Co. Knockdown Tea Packaging INSTRUCTOR

Jody Graff SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Steven D. Elliott

310 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


Road Signage

Bird Sanctuary

Tibal Lands

Baseball Field

Dangerous Intersection

Red Light District

Wheelchair Crossing

Botanical Gardens

Kite Flying Area

Earthquake/Fault Line

Nuclear Power Plant

Target Range

Playground Area

PROJECT

Road Signage INSTRUCTOR

Karen Bright SCHOOL

Monmouth University, Department of Art & Design www.monmouth.edu STUDENT DESIGNER

Joe Curcio

Student Work â&#x20AC;˘ 311


PROJECT

Bret Easton Ellis Complete Box Set INSTRUCTOR

E. June Roberts-Lunn SCHOOL

Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/ STUDENT DESIGNER

Catherine Lewandowski

312 • AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN & ADVERTISING 28


INDEX, The


Symbols

5 by 5 Design 8, 74, 216, 277

A

Abale, Alison 294 Abbott, David 66, 199 Abigail 56 Adventium Marketing & Design 63, 80, 210 Ahrens, Justin 155 Andreotti, Cristiano 121, 122, 154, 158, 166, 167 Anson, Wesley 195 Antonucci, Lou 184 Arnold, Collin 88, 94 art270, inc. 160, 164 Ayaram, Kara 155

B

Bacon, Brett 154 Ball, Elizabeth P. 43, 55, 56, 70, 168, 186, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 193, 221, 256, 258 Barcebal, Gerre Mae 304 Barker, Roy 43, 256 Barry-Arquit, Rachel 90, 93 Barth, Brian 209, 224, 232, 246, 262 Beatty, Shawn 64, 66, 148, 199 Beebe, Richard 77, 78 Beth Singer Design 70, 138, 153, 158 BIG 83 Binns, Marina 121, 122, 154, 158, 166, 167 Bissland, R.P. 53, 202, 207, 208 Black, Laurel 164, 165 Bolder Image 275, 276 Bond, Maria 164 Borreson, Erik 71, 86, 151, 163, 164, 167, 170, 206, 208 Bose, Barbara 138 Bowhaus Design Group 163 Brand Innovation Group 44, 83 Bredhoff, Stacey 235 Breslin, Dana 164 Bridgetown Printing Company 90, 93 Bright, Karen 294, 297, 299, 305, 311 Bronder, Tim A. 58, 84, 92, 117, 127, 155, 157, 164, 165, 167, 168, 173, 195, 275, 279, 280, 282 Brown, Lauren 22, 109, 111, 112 Brown Printing Inc. 253 Brunsell, Bryan 54, 128 Buck, David 164, 168, 171 Bunck, Craig 214, 227 Burditt, Larry 278

Burns, Cameron 38, 41, 61, 68, 72 Burns, Tim 54, 128 Buron, Matt 204 Bustard, Bruce I. 246 Butkus, Mary Ellen 43, 56, 168, 190, 191, 192, 221, 225, 256 Byczek, Jenna 130

C

Cady, Eydie 159 California University of Pennsylvania 302 Callahan, Kathy 129, 252 Campbell, Brian Lee 44, 58, 84, 92, 95, 117, 157, 164, 165, 168, 173, 195, 248 Campbell, Mark 101, 102, 136, 151, 152, 157, 164, 166, 167, 168, 170, 171, 189, 225, 230, 264, 265, 270, 271, 272, 277, 280 Campbell, Rachel 101, 102, 136, 151, 152, 157, 164, 166, 167, 168, 170, 171, 189, 225, 230, 264, 265, 270, 271, 272, 277, 280 Cantu, Tiffeny 141 Carpenter, Peter 84, 129, 137, 154, 161, 167, 169, 210 Cataldo, Rocco 229 Catalpha Advertising & Design 69, 95, 189, 281 Chan, Albert 141, 146 Cherin, Greg 76, 126 Chuang, Penny 63, 80, 210 Chung, Fani 10, 11, 49, 250 Church Logo Gallery 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 159, 161, 163, 165, 166, 167, 169, 172, 173, 174 Church, Stan 55, 56, 170, 183, 184, 193, 194, 223 Chu, Sylvia 121, 122, 154, 158, 166, 167 Clark, Nicola 188 Clear Brands, Inc. 54, 128 Codling, Jesse 162 Cohen, Ron 217 Cole, Trudy L. 36, 51, 100, 135, 136, 137, 151, 152, 155, 156, 158, 159, 172, 173, 203, 215, 218, 252, 269 Collier, Anora 303 Connolly, Jenn David 16, 158, 166, 168, 173, 182, 184, 187, 191, 192, 205, 274 Corneal, Chris 305 Crowley, Sarah 282 Crowley Webb 161, 164, 168, 170, 171 Curcio, Joe 311

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D

Dean, Randi 289 DeCagna, Gina 89, 307 DeCagna, Ted 89, 200 Deeban, John P. 244 DeLorenzo, Tony 89 Design Workshop 115, 143 Dever Designs 42, 67, 91, 92, 157, 162, 223 Dever, Jeffrey L. 42, 67, 91, 92, 157, 162, 223 Dobson, Iain 196 Dottinger Design 141, 146 Dotzler Creative Arts 214, 227 Dotzler, Ray 214, 227 Douglas, Travis 81 Drexel University, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design 284, 286, 289, 290, 291, 293, 295, 296, 298, 300, 301, 304, 306, 310, 312 297, 303

E

Ehmke, Keith 43, 256 Elliot, Steve 251 Elliott, Steven D. 293, 310 Elmhurst College 291, 292 Emmert, Cindy 43, 55, 70, 186, 187, 188, 193, 221, 225, 258 EP&M International 141, 146 Epstein, Deena 66, 199 Erik Borreson Design 151, 163, 164, 167, 170, 206, 208 eurie creative 129, 170, 252 Evans, Bob 57, 213, 230

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Favell, Kevin 176 Fender, Vaughn 98 Fichandler, Hannah 98, 240 Fifth Street Design 101, 155, 160, 169, 171 Focus Products Kitchen Group, LLC 190, 192 Foster, Matthew 216 Foundation for the National Archives 232, 235, 236, 244, 246 Franke, Craig 53, 62, 82, 154, 238 Franke+Fiorella 53, 62, 82, 154, 238 Frazier, Alex 129, 170, 252

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Garlitz, Michael 69, 95, 189, 281 Gates, Lisa 161 Gee + Chung Design 10, 49, 119, 133, 140, 155, 163, 250 Gee, Earl 10, 11, 49, 119, 133, 140, 155, 163, 250 Gill, Kim 38 Gill, Mary Kay 57, 228 Goebel, Bob 154 Goldsmith, Douglas 162 Graff, Jody 289, 296, 310 Graves, Anne 22, 109, 111, 112 Gray, Suzanne 240 Greco, Olivia 305 Greene, Rachel 306 Gresham, Smith and Partners 134, 135, 145 Group, Verse 122 Gund, Geoffrey 66, 199 Guterman, Benjamin 235, 236, 244, 246

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Haas, Michael 86 Habersang, Steve 241 Hall, Kevin 18, 19, 150 Hamers, Kay 260 Hamers, Michael 21, 159, 174, 260 Hamilton, Mark 76, 126 Haney, Lisa 220 Hanson, Jason 38, 41, 61, 68, 72 Hasan, Raria 209 Hassan, Rania 224, 235, 244, 262 Hearken Creative 234 Hearn, Keith 57, 213, 230 Heiberger, Scott 71 Hendler, Chris 50, 204 Hendler-Johnson 204 Hendler - Johnston 50 Herrmann, Marcia 77, 78, 157, 160, 173, 185, 251 Higgins Design 12, 78, 104 Higgins, Jane 12, 78, 104 Holland, Alycia 16 Honold, Charlie 51, 106, 162, 170, 203, 205, 207, 222, 276 Hooper, Richard A. 58, 84, 85, 89, 91, 92, 117, 127, 155, 157, 164, 165, 167, 168, 171, 173, 243, 275, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282 Hoyt, Eliot 115

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Iconix, Inc. 14, 57, 213, 228, 230, 270 id8 194 Iocco, Amy 291

Irrazaba, Jhomy 193, 194

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Jackson, Ron 251 Jenn David Design 16, 158, 166, 168, 173, 182, 184, 187, 191, 192, 205, 274 Johnson, Todd 115 Jones, Richard 81 Juhasz, Eric 187

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Kamps, Alice D. 236 Katzman, Bonny 158 Kazmierczak, Tomasz 174 Keller, Don 69, 95, 189, 281 Kern, Michael 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 159, 161, 163, 165, 166, 167, 169, 172, 173, 174 Kevin Hall Design 18, 150 Keyword Design 52 Kimmer, Chad 276 Kitchen Group, LLC 190 Knight, Barb 86 Koblin, Aaron 64, 148 Kochanski, Krystian 276

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Labul, Matt 163 Lapp, Laurea 308, 309 Larry Burditt 278 Laschenski, Caroline 290 Laurel Black Design 164, 165 Lawler, Kate 284, 286 LeClair, Renee 213, 228, 230, 270 Lee, Kristofer 16 Lenig, Amanda 32, 79, 87, 106, 124, 222, 239, 240, 242 Lewandowski, Catherine 295, 312 Lightner, Connie 90, 93, 253 Lightner Design 90, 93, 253 Lightspeed Commercial Arts 20, 159, 174, 260 Lillicrap, Diana 8, 9 Lim, Nicholas 296 Lindman, Gene 146 Logos Atlanta 101, 102, 136, 151, 152, 157, 164, 166, 167, 168, 170, 171, 189, 225, 230, 264, 265, 270, 271, 272, 277, 280

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MacDonald, Maureen 232 MacRae, Jock 223 Marcia Herrmann Design 77, 78, 157, 160, 173, 185, 251

Marin, Terry 38 MARQI Branding Studio 22, 109, 111, 112 Marshfield Clinic 71, 86 Mase, Brittany 288 Mason, Patty Reinert 232, 235, 236, 244, 246 Matar, Rania 66, 199 Mayer, Judith 52 McElveney, Bill 161 McElveney & Palozzi Design Group, Inc. 161 McEntee, Andrew 67 Meek, Jerry Clifton 101, 155, 160, 169, 171 Meliti, Brett 67, 157 Meyers, Robert 162, 302 Michigan State University 305 Miranda Creative 174, 266, 267, 282 Miranda, Maria 174 Moehler, Michelle 64, 148 Monge, Todd 53, 62, 82, 238 Monmouth University, Department of Art & Design 294, 297, 299, 305, 311 Mullikin, James 252 Mullins, Steph 241 Munson, Russ 275 Murphy, Rosemary 297, 300, 301

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N10 Marketing 176 National Archives Creative Departement 209, 224, 262 Nauman, Micaela 16, 187, 191 Nesnadny + Schwartz 24, 62, 64, 66, 67, 148, 199 Northrop, Susan 172

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Odegard, Chris 50 Olin, Hannah 298 Olson-Reyes, Laura 129 One Hundred Church Street 26, 53, 202, 207, 208 Opet, John 160 Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Rourke, Matt 163 Osolin, Kyle 282 Oswald, Frank 67 Oznowich, Greg 62, 67

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Pappalardo, Jeff 161, 170 Patterson, Sonya 51, 106, 203, 205, 207, 222, 276

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Pemberton, Simon 183, 186, 188, 193, 195, 196 Pennsylvania College of Technology 288, 302, 308, 309 Perez, Amanda 236 Perkins, Lindsay 193, 194 Pero, Nino 115 Pfiffner, Allison 301 Phil & Co. 28, 40, 88, 94 Pishnery, Keith 64, 148 Pitzer, Cory 305 Plaisted, Chris 186, 187, 188, 193 Pollock, Kim 91, 92, 223 P+W Design Consultants 183, 186, 188, 193, 195, 196

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Queen, Gini 38 Quevedo, Luis 297

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Radich, Aleksandra 165 Radin, Ruth 266, 267 Ramapo College of New Jersey 90 Randi Wolf Design 30, 52, 81, 85, 128, 130, 171, 180, 217, 220 Rees, Amy 298 Reiling, Pete 170 Renwick, Glenn 64, 148 Riffle 51, 106, 162, 170, 203, 205, 207, 222, 276 Ringel, Lance 62 Robert Meyers Design 162 Roberts-Lunn, E. June 42, 209, 286, 290, 293, 295, 303, 312 Rodriguez, Victor 129, 170, 252 Roskelly Inc. 154, 155, 156, 158, 160, 162, 163, 165, 166, 173 Roskelly, Thomas 151, 154, 155, 156, 158, 160, 162, 163, 165, 166, 172, 173 Rubin, Brittany 38 Rule 29 155 Ruyle, Wendy 8, 9, 74, 216, 277

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Sams, Kevin 170, 183 Sandgren, Judy 129 Saunderson, Jamie 186 Schwartz, Mark 62, 64, 66, 67, 148, 199 Sciacca, Geoff 291, 292 Seattle Waldorf School 104 Selby, Lillian 168 Sellier, Kriston 194 Semanchik, Steve 32, 79, 87, 94, 106, 222, 239

Seminerio, Michael 297 Seo, Sang-Duck 308 Shanks, Richard 130, 226, 229, 254, 279 Shkiele, Jon 226 Shoeniger, Eric 164 Singer, Beth 70, 138, 153, 158 Skovran, Jillian 300 Sloan, Cliff 28, 40, 88, 94 Smith, Catherine 221 Smith, Howard 138, 153, 158 Smith, Kelan 115, 143 Smith, Reid 160 Smith, Sean Mosher 40, 94 Smyth, Kerry 190 Spears, Steven 143 Speedy Motorcycle Studio 42, 209 Staal, Nicholas 46, 97, 130, 171, 226, 229, 254, 279 Standart, Joe 43, 221 Stephenson, Nick 240, 242, 288, 302, 308, 309 Stojanov, Amanda 294 Success Printing 55 Susan Northrop Design 172 Susquehanna University: University Communications 32, 79, 87, 94, 106, 124, 222, 239, 240, 242 Swartout, Dawn 220

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Talos, Claude 275, 276 Taylor, Bryce 66, 199 Taylor, Daniel 98, 240, 241 Taylor Design 98, 240, 241 Ted DeCagna Graphic Design 89, 200 Terry, Craig 81 TFI Envision, Inc. 34, 43, 55, 56, 70, 168, 186, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 193, 221, 225, 256, 258 The College of Saint Rose Office of Public Relations/Strategic Communications 76, 126 Third Planet Global Creative 44, 58, 84, 85, 89, 91, 92, 95, 117, 127, 155, 157, 164, 165, 167, 168, 171, 173, 195, 243, 248, 275, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282 Thomas, Elizabeth 85 Thompson, Erin 302 Thomson, Lisa Haley 76, 126 Thoroughbred Design Group 84, 129, 137, 154, 161, 167, 169, 210 TLC Design 36, 51, 100, 135, 136, 137, 151, 152, 155, 156, 158, 159, 172, 173, 203, 215, 218, 252, 269 Tubkam, IThinand 183

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University of Nevada, Las Vegas 308 University of Pennsylvania 307 UpShift Creative Group 29, 46, 97, 130, 171, 178, 226, 229, 254, 279

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Vargas, Carol 302 Vavano, Heatner 193, 196 Verse Group 121, 154, 158, 166, 167 Victoria Biddle Design 146

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Wagner, Danielle 291, 292 Walker, Carolyn 299 Wallace Church, Inc. 55, 56, 170, 183, 184, 193, 194, 223 Wall, Richard 43, 55, 186, 187, 188, 193, 225 Walsh, Zach 279 Watermark Advertising 38, 41, 61, 68, 72 Watson, Paul 183 Webber, Eric 171, 180 Wegmans Food Markets 190 Wei, Lily 141, 146 Wilhelm, Jamie 66, 199 Wilkinson, Corey 275, 276 Willie, Mark 304, 306 Wisbey Design Inc. 102, 190 Wisbey, Sarah 102, 190 Witt, Debra 138, 153, 158 Wolf, Randi 30, 52, 81, 85, 128, 130, 171, 180, 217, 220 Wood, Bill 77, 78 Wood, Derek 43 xRez Studios 140

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Yoczik, Jennifer 176 Yoshinaga, Shushi 291 Young, Bruce 101, 102, 136, 151, 152, 157, 164, 166, 167, 168, 170, 171, 189, 225, 230, 264, 265, 270, 271, 272, 277, 280

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Zarr, Gary 28, 40, 88, 94 Zeng, Paulina 308 Zisek, Clare 186, 188, 193


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