(PRWEB) November 22, 2004
ÂPeople are bombarded visually at every turn,Â states Gillespie DesignÂs creative diva and principal, Maureen Gillespie. ÂMost people spend a lot of time on their computers, which, while visually stimulating, is a very flat, two dimensional medium. The one thing that is being underutilized today is the sense of touch. With every new project, we try to incorporate something unusual to entertain and surprise our recipients.Â
That philosophy has paid off. Four projects from Gillespie Design Inc. were chosen to be featured in the newly released Rockport Publishers book, Â1000 Graphic ElementsÂ. The projects, including one for America Online, were chosen from an international pool of design talent for their Âdelightful details that make a piece... memorable and unique.Â
This is the fourth Rockport book Gillespie DesignÂs work has been featured in. Previous publications include:
*Â "Letterhead & Logo Design" published in 2003, featuring a logo for a baby stationery line.
- ÂOne-Color Graphic: The Power of ContrastÂ published in 2001, featuring a holiday card created using only one ink color.
- ÂBoxes, Bags, & Tags: The Best of Graphic Design for Shopping Bags & MoreÂ published in 1998, featured a package design for House & Garden magazineÂs luxury issue.
Gillespie DesignÂs work has also appeared in the Print ÂRegional Design Annual 2000Â for a gift package created for The New York Times.
Started in 1991, Gillespie Design helps companies increase their bottom line by creating innovative solutions that get them noticed. From media kits, brochures and packaging to branding and corporate identity, Gillespie Design works closely with clients to develop and enhance their brand. Their clients include American Express, AARP Publications and The New York Times.
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