February 2, 2007
The Society of Typographic Art’s Archive 06 Call for Entries was selected among thousands of entries from around the world and was one of xx judge’s selections for a Gold Award. The poster is included in Graphis’ Poster Annual 2007.
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Graphis publications feature the best in Design, Advertising, Photography and Illustration. Each of our Annuals represents the best internationally produced work in that discipline from the previous year. All featured work is carefully selected from a pool of entries submitted during our Call for Entry period. Only the most impressive work is selected for inclusion in the Annuals.
Graphis Poster 2007
November 1, 2006
A logotype for Outlink, a line of personal organizers for MeadWestvaco and the call for entries for the STA’s Archive 06 were among the 61 selections for inclusion in Archive 06, the STA’s annual design competition.
The Society of Typographic Arts updates The Chicago Archive annually with new material through its Archive Show to recognize outstanding achievement in Chicago graphic design. Open to professionals and students, agencies and corporations. The juried categories typically include: brand identity, print, advertising, packaging, interactive media, motion graphics, environmental graphics, unpublished work, and student work. All selected works will become part of the CDA permanent collection. The CDA annual juried competition began with Archive 05 in 2005.
April 24, 2006
The Society of Typographic Arts (STA) has selected Hartford Design to create the Call for Entries materials for Archive 06, the juried design competition, open to Chicago design professionals. Selected work will be featured in the STA’s permanent online archive.
Since its inception in Chicago in 1927, the STA has been a vital participant in the Chicago design community, sponsoring seminars and conferences, and developing publications. Today, it serves as the driving force in Chicago design, presenting a diverse schedule of events, sponsoring the annual Archive competition, and hosting the Chicago Design Archive, a collection of significant work from the city.