Sensical Design & Communication is a small graphic design firm in Washington, DC, specializing in publication design for non-profits and financial-services companies.

Sensical Design & Communication is a top graphic design, publication design, branding, and web design firm in Washington, DC specializing in publication design for non-profit and financial services organizations.

Sensical Design is based in the Capitol Hill area of Washington DC. We provide a full range of graphic design services, including print publications, collateral, book design, magazine design, annual report design, branding, logos design, infographics design, and web site development. We have an excellent reputation in the community for tackling complex, challenging projects and delivering on time, on budget, and without drama. Call today at (202) 546-8049 or email to learn more about how Sensical Design can improve your visual design.

Israeli Embassy 70th Anniversary Book and Logo

Israeli Embassy 70th Anniversary Book and LogoFor the 70th anniversary of the Israeli Embassy in Washington in May 2018, we were asked to design a commemorative photo book and a logo. The book honors 70 Americans (or groups of Americans) that have supported Israel over the years. Each received a spread of photos and a short biographical essay. The book is not offered for sale; it was distributed as an exclusive gift by the embassy.

The logo is meant to highlight the special relationship between Israel and the U.S. It appears on the cover of the book, as you can see in the photo, and was used for the Embassy’s anniversary celebration on May 14. It was even used on a medal given to the honorees and their families. (More photos below, after the jump.)

This was a big project, on a tight turnaround, and everyone were very pleased with how it turned out. If you would like to see more of this or discuss doing something similar, please contact us.

Front and back covers of 70th anniversary book

The front and back covers of the book

Logo projected on wall

The logo was projected on the wall at the anniversary event

Honoree medal

A family member of one of the honorees was kind enough to pose with the medal featuring the logo

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