For our fundraising events, we crafted unique identities that lived across both physical and digital environments. Due to the speed at which these events were organized, email invitations were often the most crucial visual component. Each event attracted a wide range of donors, raising millions of dollars for the campaign.
Made for History, a New York Fashion Week kickoff event hosted by Anna Wintour and Huma Abedin, showcased a limited-edition apparel collection designed by fashion’s biggest names in support of our candidate. Following the event, the collection was sold in our official merchandise shop.
The fundraising concert at the historic Greek Theatre in Los Angeles featured performances by renowned singers and musicians, including Christina Aguilera and Stevie Wonder, as well as an appearance by Hillary Clinton herself.
The concert was titled to show support for our candidate. The colors and shapes reflected the art deco architecture of the venue, Radio City Music Hall.
We used our rainbow “pride” H across all print and digital collateral. The invitation’s decorative border was derived from the wrought ironwork of the historic venue, Cipriani Wall Street.
We designed the event collateral for “Stronger Together,” an evening at Broadway’s St. James Theatre in October 2016 that featured performances by dozens of leading actors, musicians, and dancers, as well as remarks by Bill and Chelsea Clinton.
This network of young professionals, leaders, and grassroots advocates under the age of 40 was committed to electing Hillary Clinton as the 45th President of the United States. It sought to move the conversation forward on issues important to young professionals and the next generation of leaders.
We designed hundreds of invitations over the course of the campaign. Here’s a collection of our favorites.
Team Audience Development
Team Project Management
Matthew Jacobson, Illustration
Daily Mail, They’re with her! Clinton’s celebrity supporters turn out en masse for glitzy Hollywood concert ahead of the California Primary
New York Times, Elton John and Katy Perry sing Hillary Clinton’s praises, unconditionally
New York Times, Clinton band: Katie Perry and Elton John