Tag Archives: colorful design

MOME Career Pathways

Stislow Design, in partnership with CUNY Research Foundation’s LMIS, designed a suite of career pathway resources for The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment to support their workforce and educational initiatives in film, television, theater, music, publishing, advertising and digital content. The project includes building out the first three career pathways mini site and producing related print brochures. Anxiously awaiting launch of live site by NYC.

2021 World Happiness Report

SDSN


2021 edition of the World Happiness Report, and fourth in line of the new branding and colorful template system. COVID did not stop this report and event from taking place on the UN International Day of Happiness. Thank you to the extraordinary SDSN creative and editorial team for another great year!

Never More Urgent

SDSN

Stislow Design is proud to have worked with SDSN USA on their newest project in conjunction with the National Center for Faith Based Initiatives and Howard University: Never More Urgent: A Preliminary Review of How the U.S. is Leaving Black, Hispanic and Indigenous Communities Behind. This report examines how well the United States, and US states in particular, serve communities of color by using the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a tool for evaluating performance.

This report has been produced at the request of the National Center for Faith Based Initiatives (NCFBI) via a collaboration between researchers from SDSN USA (Alainna Lynch and Caroline Fox), and Howard University (Dr. Helen Bond and Dr. Clarence Lusane) with Earl Hamilton (NCFBI).

Quoted from the SDSN

2019 UJA Annual Report

Annual Reports

With a focus on the power individuals have to make change, the UJA 2019 Annual Report design take on a bold new look. Highlighting personal stories to carry the message, you can have an impact on your community,  the report pushes the brand guidelines once again for a vibrant, engaging report to showcase the the UJA mission, recap accomplishments, and inspire involvement for the next year.

Intimate size designed to fit standard mailing envelope sizes. Printed by J.S. McCarthy, Maine.

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Shut Up and Run

HarperCollins

“Designed to help readers find the information quickly and easily, loaded with practical advice, style, and attitude, this practical guide—written by a runner for runners—makes it clear that to succeed, all you need to do is shut up and run!” HarperCollins asked Stislow Design to create an edgy book representative of the personality and energy of Robin Amelia Arzón, an American ultramarathon runner and author of the book Shut Up and Run.

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Reich Paper ODEON

Reich Paper

An exciting prospect! Design updates to Reich Paper’s swatch books starting with ODEON, a genuine-felt finish paper which performs beautifully on press making it the perfect choice for luxury packaging, presentation folders, invitations, hang tags and direct mail. The design is an artistic spot color update to the kaleidoscopic photographic approach of the previous version. The gradeline color is  updated to reflect the evolution of the offerings. Next on the way is SAVOY.

OHMA Branding

Columbia GSAS

Columbia University’s Oral History Master of Arts Program, the first program of its kind in the United States, trains students in oral history method and theory. Through the creation, archiving and analysis of individual, community and institutional histories, they amplify the critical first-person narratives that constitute memory for generations to come.

Stislow Design created this colorful and textured program for the Oral History Master of Arts Program (OHMA) to reflect the rich mélange that results from their work. The identity includes a patchwork of dialogue and visual artifacts from students’ work.

World Happiness Report 2020

SDSN

Stislow Design helps launch the 2020 World Happiness Report with the inspiring team at the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN). The branding system continues use of a bright color system that gradate from year to year developed first developed in 2018. The World Happiness Report and related Global Happiness and Well-being Policy Report are printed worldwide and translated into several languages.

You can see the full report at the World Happiness Report website