Summer Camp Badges, Shakespeare in the Navy Yard, and More!



This week, we’re been working on creating badges for Grand St. Settlement’s summer day camp programming. The first edition of these badges were designed last year, and we’ve revamped the set with a new edition. The lightbulb represents a Change Maker, and is awarded to students that design projects and/or participate in acts of service that help make the world a better place. We always enjoy stretching our imaginations to come up with clever visual solutions to illustrate more abstract concepts, and we’re loving how this icon set turned out!

Links that Inspired Us This Week

• This chart detailing the Penguin logo’s evolution throughout the 20th century

• The identity and campaign design for the 40th Anniversary of Fundació Joan Miró

Around the Neighborhood

Today at 5:30, come get cultured in our very own Brooklyn Navy Yard! A free student-performance of the Taming of the Shrew is being put on at BLDG 93, as part of the Brooklyn Summer Shakespear-ience. This program makes the famous playwright’s works accessible to inner city youth in Brooklyn through reading, analyzing, and performing Shakespeare. The show starts at 5:30! Habana Outpost’s outdoor movie series list is always stacked, but this week’s film is one of our favorites. Get crazy at their screening of cinematic and musical gem Purple Rain on Sunday (8/9) at 8pm.

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