We were pleased to work with The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University (CDS) on the Jazz Loft Project, an incredible undertaking documenting the life and work of W. Eugene Smith in the late 50s/early 60s. Our primary role was in the development of the content-rich Jazz Loft Project website, which features Smith’s photography and audio recordings, promotes many outcomes of the research (book, exhibit, radio series, blog) and features bios on over 600 people who visited the loft. Following the launch of the website in 2009, Splinter provided marketing and design support for exhibits in Durham and San Diego.
Our work with the Jazz Loft Project dovetailed into a re-brand of CDS in 2010. The new logo and “Do. Tell.” slogan capture the creativity and energy of the Center and their role in exposing artists and storytelling.
Communication Arts | Website Pick of Day www.jazzloftproject.org
ASCAP Foundation Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Multimedia Award