A few weeks ago, we spoke to the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership about why we love being based in Brooklyn. Read the story here.
We're honored to have won three awards in the annual Transform Awards which honor the best rebranding work - taking one each of Gold, Silver and Bronze. Our favorite awards are the ones - like Transform - that judge not just design, but also strategy and the achievement of the project's goals, and we are honored to be among such esteemed company.
After a few delays, we are thrilled to announce that For: Belonging, the second issue of our self-published magazine, is now available for purchase online with immediate shipping, as well as in select stockists.
Continuing his commitment to leadership and supporting the industry, Ultravirgo founder Patrick Durgin-Bruce has been named the Board President of Spark Design Professionals. Spark is a non-profit group of independent graphic design business owners with the mission of elevating business practices in the design industry. Spark has a uniquely-specific focus on the business side of running a successful design studio.
A year ago, we launched the first issue of our self-published magazine, For, telling stories of people who improve the world *for* others. And we're back, getting ready for the launch of our second issue, For: Belonging, coming this fall packed with some amazing stories. It is now available for preorder from our new crowdfunding campaign.
Our latest branding was launched in Times Square this week. We've been working with Solstreet over the last few months to brand their new company and product. They are bringing completely solar-powered street furniture to urban areas, starting with New York City. Their first product - a bench with integrated phone charging and community message board made its debut in Times Square as part of NYCxDESIGN.
This week, we launched our latest annual community project - following the great receptions we received for the prayer flags that we sent to an elder center in Nepal last year, and the holiday cards we sent to hospice patients. This year, we have produced stickers on the theme Borders are Imaginary.