Projects (2009-2010)

I am fortunate to work with terrific clients. For a sample of recent projects, please view the examples below. If you require more samples of my work, or if you would like to contact gbmediadesign directly, please use the contact form. I welcome the opportunity to work with you on your next project.

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Logo/Branding/ID

Shrinking Cities, Smaller Cities: Modern Crisis or New Path to Prosperity? Can Smaller be Better?

Responsibilities: Graphic Design; Logo/Branding/ID; Digital File Preparation

An invitation created for a two-day conference at Columbia University that focused on the impact of changing city populations around the world. gbmediadesign created the conference logo/icon featured on the cover of the invite as well as the overall design of the piece.

Client: Columbia University Library
Project Category: Logo/Branding/ID
Year: 2010
Shrinking Cities, Smaller Cities: Modern Crisis or New Path to Prosperity? Can Smaller be Better?

Presbyterian Historical Society

Responsibilities: Logo/Branding/ID design

gbmediadesign was contracted to create the logo for the Presbyterian Historical Society (PHS), the national archive of Presbyterian History in Philadelphia, PA. The Presbyterian Historical Society's archive is growing dynamically. To reflect this positive growth and motion, the primary typographic logo (the large "P"), literally leans forward to symbolically and visually suggest this motion.

Client: Presbyterian Historical Society
Project Category: Logo/Branding/ID
Year: 2009
Presbyterian Historical Society

Miscellaneous

Imprints from the '90s: Selections from the Library of James G. Nelson

Responsibilities: Graphic Design, Digital File Preparation

This invitation was created for an exhibition that featured works from late-19th and early-20th century British arts and letters. The invitation design was both a visual and typographic homage to the works on display at Columbia University's Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Client: Columbia University Library
Project Category: Miscellaneous
Year: 2009
Imprints from the '90s: Selections from the Library of James G. Nelson