"Off-Site Shred Truck Graphics"
Company:Gee + Chung Design
Designer(s): Earl Gee, United States
Category: Print, Professional
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Graphics for a document destruction truck showcase the symbol and company name on each side, using gradation as a metaphor for customers moving their documents "off-site." The logo's dimensional boxes suggest space and storage, forming a circle to represent the access, retrieval and linking of information. The shredder mechanism is highlighted in orange, and the top of the truck functions as a dimensional billboard displaying the firm's complete range of document storage solutions.
About the Designer/Company
Earl Gee is Partner and Creative Director, with Fani Chung, of Gee + Chung Design, an award-winning multidisciplinary brand communications firm based in San Francisco. Gee + Chung Design enjoys the challenge of making complex new technologies understandable through innovative design strategies which engage audiences and enable clients to stand out from competition. The firm has built an international reputation for developing successful branding, print, packaging, environmental and interactive programs for leading clients including Apple, Adobe, National Semiconductor, IBM, Oracle, Lucasfilm, the Federal Reserve Bank, Chronicle Books and Stanford University. Earl was formerly a designer at Landor Associates in San Francisco, creating identity programs for Fortune 500 companies and senior designer at Mark Anderson Design in Palo Alto, designing award-winning branding programs for Herman Miller, PG&E and the Oakland Museum. Earl has been named in Graphic Design USA’s 50th Anniversary Survey as one of the 50 “Most Influential Graphic Designers Working Today” and one of its “People to Watch in 2010.” He was also one of only 50 U.S. graphic designers selected for the international edition of Who’s Who in Graphic Design. He has served on a U.N.-sponsored design delegation touring China, lectured at leading universities and design organizations across the country and served on the board of the San Francisco chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design. He is a frequent juror for major design competitions including Communication Arts, Spark, Creativity, Critique, STEP, Publish, Exhibitor and Sappi Paper. He received his BFA in graphic design with Distinction from Art Center College of Design and was included in Design Impact: A History of Art Center College of Design.