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our work: Identity/Branding

Presbyterian Church (USA)

In 1983, after 122 years of separation caused by the Civil War, all sections of the Presbyterian Church were finally reunited, which brought about the need for a new symbol. After the nine member task force reviewed 46 American designers, Malcolm Grear Designers was awarded the project. ...continue reading

BrownUniversity_Alumni Exhibitions

latest news: March 25, 2014

Part 2 – Brown University 250th Anniversary Alumni Exhibitions

In celebration of Brown University's 250th Anniversary, the David Winton Bell Gallery and the Department of Visual Art present a series of one-person exhibitions by distinguished alumni. Part 1, which closes on March 30, includes the works of Dawn Clements '86, Paul Ramirez Jonas '87, and Kerry Tribe '97. Part 2, on view from April 12 through May 25, features the work of Sarah Morris '89, Rob ...continue reading

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See Our Work in Graphis’ Branding USA 4

View a spread of Malcolm Grear Designers’ work in the soon to be published Graphis’ Branding USA 4, showcasing the work of the most creative minds in the branding business.

Malcolm Grear in his studio

Recently Honored

Recognizing A Graphic Design Legend

In recognition of Malcolm Grear's impact on design education at RISD, an endowed scholarship has been created in his name. Each year, the fund will provide financial assistance to a junior or senior majoring in Graphic Design.

The studio is so proud of this honor given to Malcolm and delighted that future graphic designers will benefit from the generosity of fellow alumni, friends, and clients.

Contributions to the Malcolm Grear Endowed Scholarship Fund can be made here.