Guest Lecturer at the University of Hartford
As part of Hartford Art School’s Professional Practices program, on February 6th Dan presented our company’s work to graduating seniors, including specific projects designed by recent UHart grads Cindy Lau and Iris Tao, and shared tips to succeeding as a designer in today’s marketplace. Graphic design professor Mike Scricco coordinated the event and served as the moderator.
The CT Regional Scholastic Art Awards
Cindy served as a judge for the 2021 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Awards competition. This program recognizes the best student artists in the state. Student artwork was selected on merit for inclusion in a state-wide art exhibition to be held at the Hartford Art School.
2020 Stamford Boys & Girls Club 5K
Due to the current health crisis, the 2020 Stamford Boys & Girls Club 5K went virtual this year. Our team this year included Dan Taylor, Chris Taylor, Nora Vaivads, Steve Habersang, Kristine Habersang, and Cindy Lau. All proceeds raised will benefit the Stamford Boys & Girls Club.
Identity Program Included in Logo Lounge Book 12
An identity program created for Klingenstein Philanthropies by Art Director Steph Baumer has been chosen for inclusion in the new book “Logo Lounge 12.” From the publisher: “Your work was picked from among the 42,000 logos reviewed by our international judging panel of designers, including Dan Janssen, Mackey Saturday, Veronica Fuerte, Chris Do, Jonathan Rudolph, Justin Ahrens, Szende Brassai, Tamari Chabukiani, Bruno Campos and Eddie Lobanovskiy.” The new book will be released by Rockport Publishers. For more information visit www.logolounge.com.
2020 UCDA Design Award Winner
We received notice from UCDA that our work was selected as a winner in the 2020 UCDA Design Awards competition. The project chosen was the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Brigham Health magazine. The piece was designed by Steve Habersang; illustrated by Michael Hoeweler, John Holcroft, and Cindy Lau; written by Joy Howard, Jennifer Reardon, and Lauren Thompson; and photographed by Stu Rosner, and Len Rubinstein; and the digital publication programmed by Hannah Wool.