Graphics

Graphics include logoart, technical illustrations, maps, charts, infographics, and other forms of complex visual information. Graphics can also enhance photographs by adding a layer of information to images. When combined with communications products, database systems, and Websites, graphics can help distill complex information into visually intuitive presentations. They ultimately give credence to your organization’s messages and to its visual identity.

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HARPERS FERRY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION LOGO
JOHN BROWN 1859 RAID LOGO
  • John Brown 1859 Raid logo (697k | PDF) – The logo, created for the sesquicentennial of John Brown’s Raid in 2009, was developed in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. It features a scanned image of John Brown’s signature.
GRISTMILL MACHINERY DIAGRAM
  • Gristmill Machinery diagram (568k | PDF) – The diagram was created in Adobe Illustrator for the 6th edition of “A Walker’s Guide to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia”.
LOWER TOWN TRAIL GUIDE
  • Lower Town Trail Guide, 1998 (26k | PDF) – The Lower Town map was created in Adobe Illustrator, and the trail guide was created in Adobe InDesign.
  • Lower Town Trail Guide, 1997 (143k | PDF) – This black and white version of the Lower Town map was created in Adobe Illustrator, and the trail guide as created in Adobe InDesign.
MAP OF CONFEDERATE ADVANCE
  • Confederate Advance on Harpers Ferry (929k | PDF) – The map was created in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop for the 6th edition of “A Walker’s Guide to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia”.