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Monday, October 6, 2008

VC Exclusive: Hans Allemann

Visual Culture presents a conversation with esteemed graphic designer Hans Ulrich Allemann. On the eve of his retirement, the renowned designer and educator discusses key elements of his distinguished career and sheds light on the the matter of the newly redesigned FISM identity.


VC: When were you asked to design the FISM logo?
HA: The process began in 1989; The Franklin Institute had been a client of Allemann Almquist & Jones for 5 years. In the early years we helped them implement a new logotype, designed by Kramer Miller Lomden Glassman. We developed an application system for the new identity and we redesigned all of their communications and marketing materials.


VC: Why did The Franklin Institute Science Museum want a redesign of their identity in 1989?

HA: They were rebuilding the institution – adding a new addition – which was named “The Future Center.” (more…)

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 7:36 am  

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Design Talk: Karim Rashid

Yes…It’s a fact. We are big fans of Karim Rashid’s work. So naturally, we felt compelled to post this interview where he shares his thoughts on design, its accessability, and its future.

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 4:32 am  
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