Arizona, the 48th state to enter the union, celebrated its 100th anniversary on Valentines Day, 2012. To help commemorate its 100-year history we developed a stationery package, which included notecards highlighting some of Arizona's most influential citizens. The goal was not only to create a useful gift for clients, friends and family, but also to highlight our extraordinary print capabilities and design expertise. This piece has been featured on graphic design blogs and won a 2013 Silver Addy.
New logo and corporate identity for Prisma, formerly Prisma Graphic. Over the years Prisma had evolved beyond their printing roots to offer a multitude of services. The previous identity was heavily rooted in the printing industry so a company rebrand was initiated. The new identity and brand personality are very modern and forward thinking while certain elements were retained, such as the company colors, to recall Prisma's long heritage. The overlapping colors are meant to symbolize the seamless integration of services Prisma now offers.
The first woman appointed to the Supreme Court, Sandra Day O’Connor built a remarkable legacy for her nation and her home state of Arizona. To honor her contributions, a project was begun to move her family home to Papago Park, where it has become a gathering place to debate and shape public policy for generations to come. The logo earned national recognition and was published in the 2009 edition of American Corporate Identity.
Putting words and images to quickly describe what makes a hospital different can be challenging. After spending time on the St. Vincent campus, talking to caregivers and touring the departments, we identified the exceptional caregivers and their approach to patients as the key difference. "For the Heart of Cleveland" captures the essence of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center through the use of simple headlines and the beautiful images of the caregivers.
Logo design for a friend who recently fulfilled his lifelong dream to open his own bar after many years working as a bar manager for other local establishments. The design captures his laid back nature and also serves as a memorial to the family's beloved Bassett Hound, Sammy Jo, who recently passed away. The clean type and bottle cap container make his new pub stand out from the competition in the area.
With the launch of the new Prisma branding a completely new website was designed from the ground up. To be consistent with the more technologically advanced themes held in the brand message a responsive website was designed. Built on the wordpress platform, the site is easily managed and updated by the Prisma marketing team. See the full website here.