Discover what went on behind the design of Street Level Studio’s award-winning out-of-home media project—the intricate new street-pole banner system we created for the City of Highwood. Managing the challenging logistics proved we’re not just creative, we’ve got serious execution skills, too.
This fall, Street Level Studio is moving to a new location—just across the tracks in Highwood! The move will consolidate the entire SLS creative team into one beautiful, old reclaimed building on Green Bay Road that was originally a taxicab stand. It’s being refreshed with a new unique brand and personality. Check out this first in a series of posts about the process.
Street Level Studio’s web development manager and digital marketing creative director pick up where they left off in their conversation about DIY web builders. This time around, Brian and James offer some really good reasons why you might want—or need—to go beyond the DIY starter level and get professional help. Cue video.
Rock bands, lawnmowers, the Miss America pageant, and. . . the New England Patriots? At first glance, none of these things have anything in common, but if you look a little closer, you’ll find something tying them all together—SLS!
What were you doing at 4 a.m. this morning? Probably snoring. But while you slept, city workers started installing Highwood’s brand-new light pole banners. SLS not only designed the new banners but also developed an installation plan that rivaled the precision of a military maneuver. And it was definitely a banner day for us!
The fascination with font design continues. A recent Printmag.com article took a “what if” look at Helvetica’s rise to “typographic celebrity.” Did Helvetica just get lucky? Click the link to check out the article.
Personal connections can make for powerful creative partnerships. They also drive our pro bono work at Street Level Studio—leading directly from our talented team members to the communities and causes they are inspired to support.
For those of us in the design business, Black History Month is an ideal time to remind ourselves about the power of art to break—or at least call into question—prevailing stereotypes. Take a few minutes to read about a few African American artists and designers connected to Chicago who use artistic expression to change the narrative about communities of color.