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Start Up Right

Most design firms shy away from creating identities for start-ups. Find out why Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv takes great pride in this type of client work. Plus, meet three entrepreneurs behind such ventures.

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To Abstract Or Not Abstract?

Sagi Haviv explores his firm’s past in pioneering the abstract logo and discusses whether or not to implement abstract concepts. To illustrate his point, he takes you behind the scenes of bold identity projects, such as Conservation International (shown above).

The 2012 Regional Design Annual Is Here!

Print‘s 2012 Regional Design Annual is now out in the world. Inside you’ll find the best in American graphic design, as selected by our esteemed judges: Sarah Gephart (MGMT. Design), Sagi Haviv (Chermayeff & Geismar), Nicole Jacek (formerly of Karlssonwilker), Jason …

Tristan Schmitz: New Name on the New York Design Scene

He arrived in New York last September with his wife, their kitten, and two suitcases. The next morning, he reported for work as the new senior designer at Chermayeff & Geismar. That doesn’t happen every day. I recently had the …

A New Look—and New Goal—for Conservation International

Can a logo save the world? Granted, that’s a pretty lofty ambition, but you might as well dream big, right? And if Chermayeff & Geismar’s latest work for global environmental group, Conservation International, is any indication, that appears to be the …