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Eyebeam creates an identity for the James W. Tottis Museum Consultancy of New York NY.
Greg Gersch co-conducts sold-out day-long Advanced Graphic Recording workshop at 2015 IFVP Conference, Austin TX. Joe Azar co-presents session on business/marketing basics.
Greg is commissioned to create a full-color spread for American University's alumni journal American Magazine, illustrated in the style of Graphic Recording. See July 2015 issue, pp. 26-27.
Eyebeam creates a hand-drawn video for Booz Allen Hamilton's groundbreaking HealthTracker report. Watch video: How We View Health Care in America (3:41).
Greg graphically records a multiple-day "harvest" for Booz Allen Hamilton at the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation's Transform 2014 Conference, Rochester MN.
Joe is the graphic recorder at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Synergy in STEM + Arts Forum discussing the importance of combining art and science in the 21st century.
Greg is invited to be a co-presenter in Visual Tools to Accelerate and Capture a Group Conversation workshop at the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) North America 2014 Conference, Orlando FL.
SBA's Office of Advocacy newsletter highlights the value of graphic recording at the Maryland Voice of Small Business Forum with a photo of Joe Azar's artwork. See Small Business Advocate, Vol. 33, No. 2, p. 7.
Greg is invited as guest lecturer on Graphic Recording, Montgomery College School of Art and Design, Silver Spring MD.
Greg is featured in a TV news report about an Innovation in Learning Think Tank event for Roanoke County VA schools sponsored by Dell.
Greg graphically records the harvest for "What Are You Made Of?" event, sponsored by Honest Tea at SweetGreen Festival 2013, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia MD.
Eyebeam is commissioned by World Bank Group to rebrand its HRSLD Writing and Speaking Skills Program.
Greg graphically records multiple harvests at TED MED for Booz Allen Hamilton.
Greg graphically records a harvest for MicroSoft at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Washington DC. Final art is used for MicroSoft's Facebook banner.
Eyebeam is asked to create a T-shirt logo for an annual pre-Halloween tradition in Washington DC, yet delivers a comprehensive branding packageshowing that when it comes to a high heel drag queen race, we just don't give a flying foot.
FleishmanHillard commissions Eyebeam to create a series of hand-drawn videos on the importance of diversifying a Middle Eastern country's energy mix to meet future demand in a way that's sustainable and safe.
Eyebeam's logo for Wildlife Rescue Team is featured as a prime example of a combination mark in a college textbook, Graphic Design Basics, 6th Edition, by Amy E. Arntson, Professor Emerita, University of Wisconsin Whitewater (Wadsworth Cengage Learning, ©2012). See Chapter 5, "Good Gestalt," pp. 84-85 (PDF, 1.9MB).
Emerald Cities Collaborative, a national coalition of businesses, labor unions and community organizations dedicated to high-road greening of America's major metropolitan areas over a ten-year period, awards contract to Eyebeam for total rebranding and production of its marketing materials.
Eyebeam creates identity, print ads and a website for Lorentz Mediation, an Alternative Dispute Resolution service based in Washington, DC.
In a new collaboration with writer/designer Susan Elliott and award-winning cartoonist Jay Sidebotham (of Schoolhouse Rock! fame), Eyebeam creates an irresistible booklet as the centerpiece of a stewardship campaign for St. Columba's, Washington DC's largest Episcopal parish.
Armada Hoffler accepts Eyebeam's proposal to create a 3D invitation package to over 100 high-end realtors for an open house promoting its luxury penthouses at Washington DC's prestigious Georgetown Harbour.
B&D Consulting taps Eyebeam for identity assessment and website design and development for the LEARN Coalition, a consortium of leading research colleges dedicated to advancing the scientific understanding of learning and development.
The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception commemorates the April 16, 2008 visit of Pope Benedict XVI with an elegant coffee-table book of selected images by Vatican and Washington photographers, designed by Eyebeam for publication in September.
The Wagner Society of Washington DC, one of the most prominent associations worldwide dedicated to the work of Richard Wagner, commissions Eyebeam to create a new identity system and Web site for its tenth anniversary.
The Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) brings its congressional lobbying materials to Eyebeam for a strategic makeover.
The Community of Reconciliation (COR), a global ecumenical spiritual community based at the Washington National Cathedral, is inaugurated at a ceremony led by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Eyebeam is commissioned to design the logo.
HNTB Corporation is selected as winner of the Connecticut Avenue Streetscape and Public Realm Design Competition by Golden Triangle Business Improvement District of Washington DC. HNTB Principal Landscape Architect/Urban Designer, Tetsuya Yamamoto, acknowledges "special thanks to our sub-consultant, Eyebeam Creative for coming up with such a strong logo and branding for our concept."
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) launches its FishWatch program to provide consumers with relevant, factual data to assist in decisions about sustainable seafood. Eyebeam provides the tagline and marketing strategy for the program, which includes designing an eco-friendly shopping bag as a promotion.
Eyebeam delivers street banners to six neighborhoods in Northeast Washington DC, as part of the Community Streetscape Improvements Project. "I was impressed at the amount and depth of research that went into the project. [Greg] spent hours in research libraries reading about the history and personalities of each community, filling his sketchbook with notes and thumbnails. He'd bring his camera on site visits and take dozens of photos. The result was one quintessential image and logo for each banner which reflected a strong logic-based solution, unique to each community, that everyone liked and no one could refute." — Tetsuya Yamamoto, RLA, Principal Landscape Architect/Urban Designer, HNTB Corporation
For the second year in a row, Eyebeam creates the event poster and collaterals for The Council for Excellence in Government's Public Service Recognition Week, featuring a special supplement in The Washington Post.
Sousa, one of Washington DC's premier technology consulting companies specializing in Web application architecture and construction, launches its new identity created by Eyebeam.
Glendale Humane Society, one of Southern California's oldest no-kill shelter and adoption facilities for lost, unwanted and abandoned pets, commissions Eyebeam for its rebranding, including renaming, new tagline and logo.
HNTB Corporation, an international transportation engineering and architecture firm, subcontracts with Eyebeam to provide planning, graphics and standards for a major community streetscape improvement project for seven neighborhoods in Washington DC.
Crown of Georgetown—Armada Hoffler, developers of DC's five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel, selects Eyebeam to brand its unique luxury condominium project next to the new Swedish Embassy at Georgetown Harbour.
NEOCURE: Countdown to Launch—Boston Scientific hosts the inauguration of its outgoing Vice President's new consulting venture at Georgetown's prestigious City Tavern Club. Eyebeam created the entire identity and marketing package in record time. A new website followed shortly thereafter.
Logos: From Process to Form, Waddell Art Gallery—Northern Virginia Community College Loudoun Campus, Sterling VA. Eyebeam was one of seven top DC-area graphic design firms to be featured in this exhibition of how logos are created, "taking an organization's hopes and dreams and squeezing them into a symbol the size of a quarter."
Making Law Review—The University of Maryland School of Law selects Eyebeam to design its new publication, Journal of Business & Technology Law, the first periodical of its kind in the country dedicated to a burgeoning area of legal practice. Eyebeam's research reveals the school's establishment date as 26 years earlier than believed, making it the fourth oldest law school in the nation.
Eyebeam's Joe Azar and Greg Gersch are elected President and Vice President of the Illustrators Club of Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia, a 150-member professional association of graphic artists, after creating a new logo and branding for its 20th anniversary.