Henry wanted to build on his family’s long tradtion in the publishing industry, which inspired Union to create a logo that built on traditional heraldic crests. For more on Union Design & Photo and our graphic and web design work, please visit us at uniondesignphoto.com
Crosstown’s principal, Georgy Cohen, wanted an identity that spoke on several levels. First, she wanted the design to convey the idea of connecting audiences to content, and the channel of communication between the two. Secondly, she wanted a design that built on the iconic signage of the Boston transit system.
Project GRACE is a ten year project aimed to eliminate homelessness in Alachua County. The program includes four different programs: Project Grace, the core project offering resources to homeless; Grace Marketplace, a one-stop center providing job education and placement opportunities; Grace Housing Trust, which works with local builders and property owners to find temporary housing, […]
Union Design & Photo created an identity that built off the traditional wood cut art of the era. Based on the name and sign of an Irish pub that resonated with the owners, the design portrays a dove in mid-flight over a cornucopia, represented the wealth of surprises one would find in the client’s catalog […]
Started by geography students doing research in Uganda, Books Open the World assists rural communities with building community libraries, and securing funding for training and employing librarians. In Europe and the United States, they run book drives to find the volumes to stock the shelves. They also fund scholarships for rural girls to continue into […]