Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
My Modern Family > exhibit identity + graphics
My Modern Family was an on-campus exhibit presented by the school's Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Division of Institutional Advancement to gain a deeper understanding of the extended university family. Students, faculty and staff were all invited to share a photograph of their family and asked to describe it as modern. The submissions spoke to a diversity of family structures, including friends chosen as family, single parents, same sex couples, large extended families, and families with faithful canine members. A colorful application system was created to honor individual differences, as well as showcase the expanded color palette of the University's new branding. The show included over 60 individual exhibit panels and was on display at the University's Scholl Gallery.
RFU Fest > event Graphics
Centennial celebration > Commemorative book
In 2012 the University celebrated 100 years of growth and transformation in pursuit of its mission. The Chicago Hospital–College of Medicine was founded in 1912. That same year Dr. William M. Scholl, along with four other physicians, founded the Illinois College of Chiropody and Orthopedics. In 1952 Rosalind Franklin captured Photo 51, revealing the structure of the "B" form of DNA. A CENTENNIAL VIEW is a 52-page softcover commemorative book published to celebrate that history in the broadest sense and proudly recognize a century of service. It was shared with guests at the centennial gala dinner dance, one of many events during a celebration weekend.
Centennial celebration > event identity + graphics
programs + signage / timeline exhibit panels
Roast & Toast > event identity + Graphics
invitation package / signage + program