U.S. Postal Service

Program and sheets of 100th Anniversary Civil Service Stamp

September 9, 1983 was the First Day of Issue for the Civil Service Stamp. The challenge was to show 100 years of history on a one-inch canvas.

The Kennedy Center

Stationery for The Kennedy Center

Institutional identity for The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. This included the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO), Friends of the Kennedy Center, annual reports, publications and a complete signage system.

If you go to this link you can see the logo still in use twenty five years later!
http://www.kennedy-center.org/index.cfm

IES

Stationery, brochure, shirt for IES.

IES Institute for the International Education of Students is a non-profit study abroad organization headquartered in downtown Chicago.

Mount Vernon, The Home of George Washington

Logo and packaging for Mount Vernon The Home of George Washington

Mount Vernon identity applied to packaging and products made in Virginia and sold in the gift shop on the grounds of the estate.

Mount Vernon Seed and Jams packaging

Seeds are harvested from the Mount Vernon estate.

Front and back of Mount Vernon Cider label.

Four wine labels for Mount Vernon.

Wine labels feature a reproduction of a painting of Mount Vernon, circa 1792.

Frank Parsons Paper Company

Packaging for samples and swatch books for Frank Parsons Paper Company

Paper sample promotion for Frank Parsons Paper Company based in Landover, Maryland. The target audience was graphic designers, production managers and printers.

University of Maryland, Athletic Department

Stationery, cups, penant for University of Maryland Athletic Department

Identity for all men’s and women’s sports. The logo was painted on the football field, the floor of the basketball arena and used on a wide variety of clothing items for sale by the UM Athletic Department.

Melinda S. Williams

Photo of stationery system for Melinda S. Williams

Melinda S. Williams does event planning. A different type face for each of her initials suggests a variety of events from simple to elaborate.