Sometimes we get to start from scratch. Sometimes it's best not to break a good thing when you've got it! When Brenda Trigg asked us for a fresher look of their existing signature, we were happy to jump in. With a fresh use of existing colors, exploration of a clean san serif font with roots in tradition, and the addition of "Jackson, Mississippi", the new look was launched.
What do Mississippi highway signs, blues guitars and the George Washington Bridge have in common? A visual marriage representation of Mississippi Center for Justice's event in New York City. We had fun dreaming up the look of this invitation.
We modified our existing logo to work well within the tiny space requirements on the Expedia and Orbitz search pages. Now you will see Southern Airways Express alongside the big cheeses like Delta, United and American Airlines! iflysouthern.com!!!
For Mississippi Center for Justice's Champions of Justice Dinner and other events that are taking place this year, we heavily researched the design and visual movements and ideas that emerged and evolved during civil rights activism in the 60's. This invitation depicts two extraordinary honorees, Oleta Garrett Fitzerald, social justice advocate for women and children, and Bill Minor, a journalist known for his "courageous and insightful reporting".
What are carbon credits???? Simply put, "A carbon credit is the emission reduction equivalent of one tonne of carbon dioxide (CO2)." The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves Projects are making an impact around the world. Way to go!
Some play during icon development for symbols that distinguished which projects qualified for certain carbon standards certifications in the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves' Carbon Credit Catalog.
Anything Eudora Welty is a pleasure to be absorbed in. Was a joy working with Jeanne Luckett to establish a template for The Eudora Welty Foundation's newsletter that Jeanne will layout from issue to issue.
We designed this invitation cover to reflect John C. Brittain's work as a civil rights pioneer and law professor, specializing in education law and housing and school segregation. Mr. Brittain loves to read and travel, so we thought logos reminiscent of travel stickers & stamps would be a nice visual way to portray his meaningful work.
What do Mississippi highway signs, blues guitars and the George Washington Bridge have in common? A visual marriage representation of Mississippi Center for Justice's event in New York City. We had fun dreaming up the look of the lockup for this invitation.
Margaret Deavour's passion for cycling inspired her to come to Flynn Design for a custom jersey design for her business, Two Rivers Realty. The design incorporates meaningful personal visual messages such as: a tribute to her parents, a nod to Mississippi, and an eco-friendly encouragement to others to "Ride More! and Dive Less!".
In 2014, the United Nations Foundation connected supporters with the work of the United Nations to HELP change lives and change the world. Through our work together to build support for the UN, improve global health, advance Sustainable energy & climate solutions, and promote girls’ and women’s rights, we helped give more people the chance to lead healthy, productive lives and helped move the world closer to a sustainable future. Here are highlights of the work our supporters made possible in 2014.
Flynn Design's insight:
What amazing accomplishments and goals for peace, prosperity, and a healthy planet! Flynn Design is so glad to have been on board as the design team for some of the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, MAMA and mHealth projects.
We've created a library of stylized graphics for Duling Hall that can be mixed and matched for branding purposes. They will be able to pull from the library for specialty items, wall graphics, or any other printed or environmental needs that arise.
The 2014 body of work for the Mississippi Center for Justice is grounded in solid research about Freedom Summer. We wanted to have design elements that hinted at period pieces yet brought them to date. We researched artists, movements, propaganda, history and graphic design. This is the first piece to roll out for this year's events that will all tie in together thematically and visually.
Ah, the refrigerator as a canvas! We designed a simple mailer with the schedule of events for residents to place in that "what do we do this week" reminder spot. I don't know about you, but in our household, it is still the refrigerator!
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