Lesley Gasparetti Design

  • Long-time client KALA ART INSTITUTE is an internationally renowned printmaking and multimedia center located in Berkeley, California— serving approximately 25,000 individuals annually through its fellowship and artist-in-residence programs, exhibitions, art classes, and youth educational programs.
  • Logo for an exhibition, gala, and auction to benefit Kala Art Institute. This is the primary fundraising event of the year and Kala wanted a fresh new event graphic that would compliment the existing brand.
  • Logo for a subsidiary of Miraglia Catering, a long-time client. The project included website design, catalog, and letterhead/envelope/business card package.
  • Proposed logo for BALTIMORE GREEN SPACE, a non-profit organization that works to protect community open spaces created and cared for by city residents.
  • Logo for the 42nd annual SGC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE (2014). SGCI is the largest organization in North America focused on the field of printmaking. This will be the first West Coast conference in the organization’s history.
  • The goal of this logo assignment for MAYBECK HIGH SCHOOL was to evoke the architecture of its namesake while creating a forward-looking and memorable design.
  • PEEKABOO MAPS logo. The project included designing custom icons and developing a color-coded polka dot system to point parents-on-the-go to kid-friendly businesses and resources.
  • THE SOLAR CALENDAR PROJECT is an in-progress, outdoor public art and education destination at César Chávez Park on the Berkeley waterfront. The installation is located on a 1.5 acre site with a stunning 360 degree panoramic view.
  • POTOMAC EDUCATION CENTER specializes in comprehensive test preparation. This logo was a play on the fill-in-the-dots standardized test formats.
  • Identities for two programs sponsored by LENS CULTURE, a Paris-based online international photography magazine. One logo represents a camera while the other evokes prints in a portfolio, these are part of a comprehensive branding system (web, signage, books, event materials).
  • Bowling and hipsters? Who knew...
  • An oldie, but a personal favorite. This graphic was designed for a retrospective exhibition at Kala Art Institute.
  • Business cards a go-go.

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