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NIH Record - 75th Anniversary - National Institutes of Health

Medical Arts Produces Award-Winning Designs

Everett stands by a UNITE poster in a hallway

Senior designer Jeffrey Everett stands by a UNITE Initiative diversity poster installed in a Clinical Center hallway. Designers of these and several other works were among 700 projects awarded by Graphic Design USA.

The image shows six different posters, all encouraging NIHer's to schedule COVID-19 vaccinations

Covid-19 vaccination campaign posters produced by ORS’s Medical Arts

Blalock, Taylor and Hamalainen headshots

The awardees (from l) are acting branch chief Martha Blalock, production lead India Taylor, and art director Bonnie Hamalainen

Jackson and Tyler headshots

The awardees are senior designer Jessica Jackson and medical illustrator Ethan Tyler

Everett, Romano-Verthelyi and He headshots

The awardees are (from L) senior designer Jeffrey Everett, designer Maiu Romano-Verthelyi and medical illustrator Erina He.

Several designers in ORS’s Medical Arts recently were honored by Graphic Design USA. Winning pieces included posters, flyers, visual branding and murals for several NIH institutes, centers and offices. 

Awards went to Jessica Jackson, Jeffrey Everett, Bonnie Hamalainen, India Taylor, Maiu Romano-Verthelyi, Ethan Tyler and Erina He, as well as creative director Martha Blalock for projects that included:

  • Covid-19 vaccination campaign posters
  • NIMH Director’s Innovation Speaker Series posters
  • ORS strategic plan and work-life@NIH branding
  • NHLBI workplace innovations flyers and office artwork and murals
  • NIAMS GCgx scientific web app identity mark
  • UNITE Initiative diversity posters

The GDUSA Awards showcase 700 projects out of more than 11,000 entries that reflect how graphic design shapes business, society, culture and causes.

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