The Providence Journal wrote an article announcing the May 19th opening of “Making a Mark: The Art of Creating a Visual Identity” at the Newport Art Museum in Rhode Island. The exhibition presents just some of the work of more than fifty years of graphic design by Malcolm Grear Designers.Read More
The Newport Art Museum in Newport, Rhode Island will exhibit the work of Malcolm Grear Designers in an exhibition titled “Making a Mark: The Art of Creating a Visual Identity” from May 19 to August 26, 2012. "Every organization has an identity, if not by plan, then by default," says Malcolm Grear. “Making a Mark” explores the process of designing visual identities that are unique, timeless, memorable, and gestalt.Read More
Malcolm Grear Designers would like to extend its warmest congratulations to Providence Business News Awardees Ronald K. Machtley, president of Bryant University, and the International Institute of Rhode Island. Machtley received the 2008 "Business Leadership" award, and the International Institute of Rhode Island received the "Excellence in a Nonprofit Organization" Award. Malcolm Grear Designers is proud of our clients achievements and the role graphic design plays in their continued success.
To read more about the awards please visit the Providence Business News.
Denise Perrault's article in today's Providence Business News includes Malcolm Grear Designers as proof that design can indeed thrive in Rhode Island. As Grear points out, "People have no idea how much business designers bring to this part of the country".
We recommend reading Campbell Robinson’s recent New York Times article on Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director at the Public Theater. Click to read the New York Times article.
Malcolm Grear Designers worked closely with Oskar during his tenure at the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, RI. Under his leadership, we designed an award-winning branding program for TrinityRep, which included a highly successful donor recognition system. We miss Oskar’s passion and vision, and we wish him the best!
April 24th is the last day to view the exhibition Inside/Outside: Process and Design, Malcolm Grear Designers in the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College. The gallery is open Wednesday from 11am to 5pm and Thursday from 12pm to 9pm.
In the Providence Sunday Journal (March 30), Bill Van Siclen’s in depth and insightful article covers the upcoming exhibition “Inside/Outside: Design and Process, Malcolm Grear Designers” at the Bannister Gallery.
The opening reception for “Inside/Outside: Design and Process, Malcolm Grear Designers” will be held Thursday, April 3, from 5-8pm at the Bannister Gallery. The exhibition will be on view April 3-24. The Bannister Gallery is located in Roberts Hall, Rhode Island College, 600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence, RI. Regular Gallery hours are Monday-Wednesday and Friday 11am-5pm, and Thursday Noon-9pm.
Visit the Bannister Gallery web site.
Roger Mummert’s informative article “Where Greek Ideals Meet New England Charm,” profiles several Athenaeum libraries in the New England region including the Providence Athenaeum.
Click here to read the article. Be sure to check out their slide show.
Malcolm Grear Designers designed the Providence Athenaeum’s recent publication Inquire Within: A Social History of the Providence Athenaeum since 1753 by Jane Lancaster (shown above). The 220-page book was produced as a soft-cover as well as a handsome hard-cover in a cloth-covered box.