Army Museum Halifax Citadel—Donor Recognition

Army Museum Halifax Citadel—Donor Recognition

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Lest we forget 

For small museums like the Army Museum Halifax Citadel, support from donors is the lifeblood that keeps short- and long-term goals met. While the Army Museum has maintained a high public profile—attracting much media attention since the launch of the first of many phases of exhibition refurbishment—it regularly requires help to meet goals.

For smaller museums, it is less about annual fundraising campaigns for large development funds, and more about making connections with corporations and individuals to help support special initiatives. Donors, for their contributions and support, are proud to see the impact of their funding in a visible way. With help from others comes gratitude, and finding ways to recognize donors for their contribution is an important aspect of museum life.

For the Army Museum, we created a series of donor recognition certificates to be given as gifts for those who have helped the museum mount a successful series of permanent exhibitions.

STATUS

2014–16

TYPE

graphic design

CLIENT

Army Museum Halifax Citadel

www.armymuseumhalifax.ca

LOCATION

Halifax, Nova Scotia

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LETTERPRESS Letterpress is the oldest form of printing. In this method, a surface with raised letters is inked and pressed to the paper. Typically, metal type has been used but today we use polymer plates. We chose this methods because of the hand-made qualities and historical nature of letterpress print.

LETTERPRESS
Letterpress is the oldest form of printing. In this method, a surface with raised letters is inked and pressed to the paper. Typically, metal type has been used but today we use polymer plates. We chose this methods because of the hand-made qualities and historical nature of letterpress print.

FLANDERS FIELDS The poppy has came to represent the immeasurable sacrifice made by those who served in the great wars and later conflicts. A long association with Remembrance Day, the scarlet corn poppies (Popaver rhoeas) serve as a memorial symbol to the fallen, as realised by the Canadian surgeon John McCrae in his poem In Flanders Fields.

FLANDERS FIELDS
The poppy has came to represent the immeasurable sacrifice made by those who served in the great wars and later conflicts. A long association with Remembrance Day, the scarlet corn poppies (Popaver rhoeas) serve as a memorial symbol to the fallen, as realised by the Canadian surgeon John McCrae in his poem In Flanders Fields.

THE ARMY MUSEUM CREST A finishing touch includes a custom crest, created to stamp one of five seals representing five levels of giving.

THE ARMY MUSEUM CREST
A finishing touch includes a custom crest, created to stamp one of five seals representing five levels of giving.


CREDIT

Photos: © Andrea, Rahal, Inkwell Press.