Preserving a Legacy: WPA Posters

Preserving a Legacy: WPA Posters

Did you know that Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal administration hired out-of-work commercial artists during the Great Depression? From 1936-1943, the WPA Poster Division designed, printed and distributed millions of posters to raise awareness about public issues.

Artifacts Matter

Artifacts Matter

GlassRoots taps into the fascination and thrill of glassmaking to transform young lives in Newark, NJ. Now they have a new stunning brochure to tell their beautiful story! Message design by Jesse Bacon / Visual Design by alumni and Field Teamer Alex Peltz....
Keep It Green

Keep It Green

In 2014, NJ voters had the opportunity to approve dedicated funds for clean water, open space and historic preservation through Public Question #2. We’re happy to be working with NJ Keep It Green again to promote this initiative that protects resources and...
My Impact Experience

My Impact Experience

by Jaamal Benjamin Spring/Summer Creative Associate 2014 PEOPLE!! WE. COMMUNICATE. GOOD.  Social Impact Studios has been a pivotal space in my life and an unforgettable chapter in my career as a Graphic Designer. When I arrived at the studio for the first time,...

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