Quick Link: A Photo Interview With Marina Willer
Last Thursday evening, Pentagram hosted an event for Do The Green Thing to mark its first five years of creativity versus climate change. Co-founded by Pentagram’s Naresh Ramchandani in 2007, Do The Green Thing is the charity that uses world-class creativity to inspire as many people as possible to live more sustainably.
“Thinking and Making” is a new film made for Rogers, Stirk Harbour and Partners by Pentagram’s Marina Willer. Willer created the film to celebrate the work of Graham Stirk and Ivan Harbour, two of the leading partners at RSHP alongside Richard Rogers. Willer has previously made two short films made for the firm, “Exposed” and “Inside Out”.
The new film is currently being used as part of the RSHP’s traveling exhibition, “From House to City.” The exhibition premiered in Centre Pompidou, Paris, in 2007 and has since travelled to London, Barcelona, Madrid, Taipei, Singapore, and most recently Hong Kong, attracting more than half a million visitors to date.
To celebrate the Olympic Games, Pentagram’s Angus Hyland, Domenic Lippa and Marina Willer have all designed posters as part of ‘Fit’, an initiative by Central St Martin’s. The group show, curated by Jonathan Barnbrook and Vaughan Oliver, was created to showcase London 2012-inspired posters by contemporary British-based graphic designers.
Pentagram announces its newest partner, Marina Willer.
Marina, who is originally from Brazil, will join the firm’s London office in April, taking the total number of partners worldwide to 18.
Quick Link: Meet Marina Willer, Pentagram’s Newest Partner