GS&P Pride Windows

Client:
Goodby Silverstein & Partners

Truth Sleuths

Client:
Center for Investigative Reporting
  • Brand Identity “Center for Investigative Reporting”

    Brand Identity “Center for Investigative Reporting”

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    The Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to high-impact journalism. GSP developed a new brand identity campaign to expand the profile of CIR and emphasize the crucial role investigative reporting plays in protecting democracy.

    The campaign includes a new corporate identity for CIR, a website design, web films and a poster series that will be available on the CIR website as a benefit to paying members who support CIR’s work.

    In some ways, the project is a return to the journalistic roots of GSP co-founders, Rich Silverstein & Jeff Goodby.

    Here's what the media had to say about the campaign:

    For Journalists Who Seek Out Hidden Things, a More Visible Brand
    The New York Times

    Released: October 2013

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Design
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    The Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to high-impact journalism. GSP developed a new brand identity campaign to expand the profile of CIR and emphasize the crucial role investigative reporting plays in protecting democracy.

    The campaign includes a new corporate identity for CIR, a website design, web films and a poster series that will be available on the CIR website as a benefit to paying members who support CIR’s work.

    In some ways, the project is a return to the journalistic roots of GSP co-founders, Rich Silverstein & Jeff Goodby.

    Here's what the media had to say about the campaign:

    For Journalists Who Seek Out Hidden Things, a More Visible Brand
    The New York Times

    Released: October 2013

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Design
  • Center for Investigative Reporting Brand Identity Posters

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    The Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to high-impact journalism. GSP developed a new brand identity campaign to expand the profile of CIR and emphasize the crucial role investigative reporting plays in protecting democracy.

    The campaign includes a new corporate identity for CIR, a website design, web films and a poster series that will be available on the CIR website as a benefit to paying members who support CIR’s work.

    In some ways, the project is a return to the journalistic roots of GSP co-founders, Rich Silverstein & Jeff Goodby.

    Here's what the media had to say about the campaign:

    For Journalists Who Seek Out Hidden Things, a More Visible Brand
    The New York Times

    Released: October 2013

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Design
  • Center for Investigative Reporting Brand Identity Posters

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    The Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to high-impact journalism. GSP developed a new brand identity campaign to expand the profile of CIR and emphasize the crucial role investigative reporting plays in protecting democracy.

    The campaign includes a new corporate identity for CIR, a website design, web films and a poster series that will be available on the CIR website as a benefit to paying members who support CIR’s work.

    In some ways, the project is a return to the journalistic roots of GSP co-founders, Rich Silverstein & Jeff Goodby.

    Here's what the media had to say about the campaign:

    For Journalists Who Seek Out Hidden Things, a More Visible Brand
    The New York Times

    Released: November 2013

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Design

Gun Control

Client:
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
  • Gun Control

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    This campaign was developed for the Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence.  It ran widely, despite a miniscule media budget, largely because people found it so obvious in its appeal.  There was a kind of peaceful sanity implied by the absence of so many guns, dramatized by the simple possibility of what history might have been like without so many firearms.  

    Released: February 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco
  • Gun Control

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    This campaign was developed for the Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence.  It ran widely, despite a miniscule media budget, largely because people found it so obvious in its appeal.  There was a kind of peaceful sanity implied by the absence of so many guns, dramatized by the simple possibility of what history might have been like without so many firearms.  

    Released: February 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco
  • Gun Control

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    This campaign was developed for the Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence.  It ran widely, despite a miniscule media budget, largely because people found it so obvious in its appeal.  There was a kind of peaceful sanity implied by the absence of so many guns, dramatized by the simple possibility of what history might have been like without so many firearms.  

    Released: February 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco

Band of Bridges

Client:
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
  • Band of Bridges

    As a way to engage virtual tourism to the Bridge’s anniversary, we built the website, Band of Bridges. Our goal with this website is to built the longest bridge in the world. All visitors are invited to use our Google Maps tool to look up any bridge and add it onto the Golden Gate. This digital culmination of bridges will span and connect people and places from every corner of the Earth. 

    Released: January 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Interactive, Social