To say I am humbled is an understatement. Recently, AZURE Magazine wrote an article about a project Form:Media developed for Batoche National Historic Site (Parks Canada), in Saskatchewan, Canada. This project is an example of the seamless collaborative effort of interpretive planners, architects, landscape architects, and graphic designers working together to interpret an important cultural landscape. Not to mention, it's not everyday your work is second on the bill to the work of Snøhetta.
Designer John deWolf of Form:Media was asked by The Coast magazine to weigh in on the Halifax branding strategy.
They include people like John DeWolf, 26, and his partners in 1-2-3 Media Design, who last year created television graphics for Nickelodeon, a United States cable channel that features director Robert Altman as executive producer. And Judith Swan, an expert in the law of the sea who has written the fisheries agreements of 10 countries. And companies like DynaTek Automation Systems, a firm specializing in data storage systems for computers, which relocated to Halifax from Toronto two years ago even though almost all of its $75 million in sales are outside Nova Scotia. As Michael Donovan, vice-president of Salter Street Films, one of the country's most vibrant independent film companies, puts it: "You can live here. But you have to make your money somewhere else.
Warehouse is devoted to the critical pursuit of design discourse. The journal attempts to reflect, engage and extend the ideas inherent within the various departments that fall within the interdisciplinary vision of the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Architecture.
Leslie Gallery Dilworth explains the basis of urban sign planning, citing various examples including the Chicago Park District.
"Urban Identities" Gail Deibler Finke
DeWolf Beverage Consultants logo is selected for publication in Logo Lounge 6