Advertisements, career fair cards, display banners, portfolios, etc. comprise the print collateral at Glavé & Holmes Architecture (GHA). Each piece responds to unique needs and constraints while at the same time maintaining a level of consistency within the standards and systems of the GHA brand. GHA is divided into six separate studios, each having unique target markets and distinct needs. Portfolios were designed that spoke to the services and process of the individual studios while highlighting significant projects.
A re-branding for The Virginia Department of Historic Resources (DHR) aimed to simply illustrate DHR’s involvement in both architecture and archeology.
Role: Graphic Designer | Employer: StudioAmmons | Client: Virginia Department of Natural Resources
Library of Congress
With Malice Toward None: The Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Exhibition was opened in the renovated European Reading room at the Library of Congress that would become a new exhibition gallery space. The exhibition featured Lincoln’s most significant writings and speeches. The content of the exhibition allows visitors to draw connections between Lincoln’s professional life as a lawyer and president (organized in the center of the gallery) and his personal life as a husband and father (displayed along the perimeter walls).