This is our founder, throwing shade long before that term even existed, and shortly after starting Grafik with co-founder Alex Berry. But then, she was always ahead of her time—creating a woman-owned, woman-friendly workplace valuing work/life balance and great, great work. So great, when the AIGA chose designers to graphically depict a year for its centennial celebration, Judy was one of the 100 honorees.
See her centennial piece.
Born to rock
Senior Production Manager Regina Esposito’s band, The Young Professionals, opens for Duran Duran’s first D.C. show.
Our Wave of the Future poster lands a cameo in Weird Science.
Grafik invests $15,000 in new technology—our first two Macs.
(Complete with beautiful black & white displays.)
We rebrand the NFLPA, introducing several art directors to the concept of football.
Grafik.com goes live. Takes less than 2 minutes to load on dial-up.
Lynn and Heath discover how long they can hold their breath underwater during company whitewater rafting outing.
Thrilled to have our work for George Mason University Athletics stepped on repeatedly.
Our extremely hands-on relationship with the Smithsonian hits a new high with branding for the National Museum of the American Indian.
After driving traffic to arenas and museums, we tackled an entire city: Lynchburg, VA.
Sometimes we work on our own stuff, too.
Former first chair gong player in a gamelan orchestra joins Grafik, introduces new way to make office announcements.
Judy assumes an emeritus position; our send-off nets more than $15K for AIGA’s Design Continuum Scholarship Fund.
Zipline outing brings new meaning to the term “tree hugger.”
We’re highlighting some of our most iconic endeavors from decades past as part of our 40th Anniversary celebration.
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