Spokane cartoonist Dave Rowles created four custom Helvetica-inspired cartoons for a set of unique letterpress-printed note cards.
A pair of mini-posters, adapted from a design by SFCC student Corri Woods, pay homage to Eduard Hoffmann and Max Miedinger – the creators of Helvetica.
These coasters, designed for online retailer Helveticahaus, were letterpress printed on 220-lb. Crane’s Lettra Fluorescent White, a 100% pure cotton paper.
Printed on 220-lb. cotton paper, Helveticahaus’ business cards feature an imagined conversation between the creators of the namesake typeface; thank-you notes playfully employ the company’s logo.
edco’s recent entry into the North American market coincided with the release of its 2016 product catalog. The Dutch company specializes in hand-built carbon bicycle wheels, primarily for racing.
Hecla’s 2016 annual report focused on the strategies that led to a record-breaking year: the most silver production and the highest revenue in the company’s history.
Hecla’s 2015 annual report marked 125 years in business for the North Idaho mining company – and the 28th consecutive Hecla report designed by helveticka, a streak that goes back to 1988.
Hecla Mining Company’s 2014 annual report employed infographics, full-page photography, and quotes from the company’s leadership to communicate its theme: “stronger than ever.”
“Inside & Outside the Box” was a presentation by helveticka founder CK Anderson, about the life and work of Spokane architect Kenneth W. Brooks, FAIA. Both the title and the poster design were inspired by one of Brooks’s most well-known projects, his personal residence.
Integrus celebrated its 60th anniversary in business with a 76-page hardbound book chronicling the firm’s achievements – including a sample portfolio – since 1953.
The theme of NOVAGOLD’s 2016 annual report – Empowerment. Stewardship. Respect. – can be seen as a distillation of the mining company’s ethos.
Novagold’s 2015 annual report features an extensive Q&A with a wide range of stakeholders, including company management, financial analysts, and representatives from Alaska Native Corporations.
Eschewing convention, NOVAGOLD’s 2014 annual report relied on an exhaustive Q&A with the entire management team for its main content. New photography, shot throughout the year, featured prominently.
The inaugural issue of PROOF!, a biannual arts publication designed, researched, and written by helveticka, featured the work of Russian photographer Leonid Bergoltsev, whose career spanned decades of Cold War history.
The work of Benedictine monk and iconographer Brother Claude Lane, OSB was the subject of issue no. 2 of PROOF!.
The clothes came off in issue no. 3 as the living art of tattooing – and the culture that surrounds it – was examined.
The Modern architecture of Swiss immigrant Moritz Kundig, FAIA, was featured in PROOF! no. 4.
An exploration of commercial art was the impetus behind the fifth issue, which took a look at the work of Gary Kaemmer.
The sixth and final issue of PROOF! took a surprising turn, showcasing the work of world-renowned fly tier John Newbury.
Persistence, Perspective, Position, a 40-page book commemorating Hecla Mining Company’s 125th year in business, features archival imagery and a historical timeline.
Hecla’s Social Responsibility Report is a 12-page publication promoting the North Idaho mining company’s core business principles: safety, environmental stewardship, and economic development.
Pressworks’ 2016 holiday card enabled recipients to customize one of six vintage photographs with a series of humorous captions – or they could create their own with a provided blank.
The customizable card came with a built-in easel that not only allowed for displaying on flat surfaces, but also provided storage for the excess captions. All cards featured die-cutting, embossing, and foil-stamping.
Coeur Mining’s 2013 corporate responsibility report is a 40-page publication that expands on the company’s fundamental business strategy: “to protect while we produce.”
An accompanying tri-fold brochure summarizes some of the main points from the corporate responsibility report, enabling Coeur to provide much of the same information at a much lower production cost.