The 1877 Society

Logo and print materials for the Omaha Public Library Foundation's group of library enthusiast young professionals who provide advocacy and fundraising efforts for the library and its programs, patrons, services, and staff.


Oxide wins Judge’s Choice at AIGA’s 2015 Show

We are pleased to share that Oxide received Judge’s Choice, three golds, and three bronze awards this past Saturday at AIGA Nebraska‘s 2015 Show. Nebraska’s biggest annual design competition, Show. recognizes great design from around the state. It’s always inspiring to attend the event and see displays of the high level of work created throughout Nebraska. Plus, entering the competition is one of the ways we like to support our local AIGA chapter. We were privileged to have several pieces…

1877 Society identity

The 1877 Society is a group started by the Omaha Public Library Foundation that is dedicated to supporting the Omaha Public Library. It helps the foundation advocate and raise funds for the library, its programs, patrons, services, and staff. The society is made up of OPL enthusiasts and advocates primarily in their twenties and thirties. We were approached by the 1877 Society* to design an identity that captured the essence of the organization in a way that would be compelling…