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  • Alongside a new visual identity for our second decade, we're thrilled to formally announce a new firmwide mission for C&G Partners: Design for culture.

    Several years in the making, this it the result of analysis of our own work over the first ten years of our studio, reflection on the world today, and internal discussion of how we can contribute. We have also been inspired by the academic field of cultural and social anthropology. C&G Partners will remain a multi-specialty creative studio, but now with a refined purpose. We are now dedicated to design for culture — from cultural organizations to organizational culture.

    We were the first to use the word "multispecialty" to describe a design studio. Now, we are the first to dedicate ourselves to design for culture.

    Here is the way we now describe what we do:

    Purpose:

    We believe in the untapped value of culture, the institutions that enrich it...

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  • As we begin our second decade, today we launch a redesign of our own visual identity. Our new logotype is intentionally straightforward, highly legible, makes better use of space, and is designed from the start to be a digital native.

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    Neue Haas Unica, by Monotype’s Toshi Omagari, forms the basis of the refresh...

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  • We're teaming up with the National Association for Museum Exhibition (NAME) for a summer mixer. Members can Mingle with exhibition-minded folks, learn more about the association and tour our creative studio—all while enjoying Rio-themed drinks and snacks in honor of the 2016 Olympics.

    New York NAMEers join us on Tuesday, August 9, from 6-8 pm at C&G's Union Square studio. RSVP to NAMEmidAtlantic@gmail.com by August 7.

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  • Sanford Lab/Homestake in South Dakota is a true wonder: it is both America's largest gold mine, and the underground site of a Nobel-Prize-winning neutrino experiment. Ongoing scientific research there appears in this month's Harper's. C&G Partners has the honor of designing exhibits for a new Visitor Center for Sanford Underground Research Facility, and the centerpiece will be a massive floating model of the entire mine as if the tunnels were solid and the earth removed. This sculptural infographic, conceived by C&G and built by Situ Studio, depicts over 370 miles of tunnels plunging 8,000 feet below ground. Here are a few sneak peek images of the model in progress, starting with the below-ground neutrino research lab level rendered in copper:

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  • To all our clients, co-workers, colleagues, peers, family and friends: a deeply felt thank you for a wonderful year, and a wonderful first 10 years. The very best wishes from everyone at C&G Partners to all of you who have supported us along the way.

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  • We're very pleased to announce two new Associate Partners in the studio. For over two decades, Alin Tocmacov (left) has led multi-disciplinary creative teams in the design of exhibits and experiences for cultural and commercial clients in Europe, the Middle East, Canada and the United States. Leslie Dann (right) has been a user experience designer at the forefront of digital media for over twenty years.

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  • Founded by John D. Rockefeller, the Population Council is a global non-profit that conducts biomedical, social science, and public health research in over 50 countries. The organization outgrew their previous visual identity, and needed a way to communicate more effectively. Read More

  • Join C&G's Wael Morcos at the Apple Store in SoHo this Monday. Wael will be presenting his international and multilingual approach to graphic design as part of ADC Young Guns spotlight on creative professionals. Read More

  • The firm recently debuted a comprehensive signage and graphics program at PNC Field in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, home of the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Railriders, the New York Yankees Triple-AAA affiliate.

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  • Longtime client ITHAKA came to us to revamp the marketing site for JSTOR, the arm of their nonprofit organization that maintains an exhaustive archive of academic journals and articles for research and distribution. This new multipurpose portal assists their online marketing division, providing archived content to publishers, librarians and individuals.

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