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Fort Lauderdale Graphic Design Firm Retained by Bonnet House Museum & Gardens

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 5, 2007

S.MARK Graphics Florida Inc. has been awarded the graphic design account of Bonnet House Museum & Gardens in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The work includes a complete re-branding and marketing of Bonnet House including a new logo identity, print collateral and web site.

Bonnet House was the winter home of artists Frederic Clay Bartlett and Evelyn Fortune Bartlett. The historic home is located on 35 acres between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway and encompasses one of the last natural areas on the southeast Florida coast. Frederic Bartlett built the home over a period of years in the 1920s as his interpretation of a southern plantation house. In 1983, Evelyn Bartlett deeded the estate to the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation. Today, Bonnet House is open for public tours and is the site of a variety of educational programs. The house is serenely elegant and filled with artwork painted and collected by the Bartletts as well as their original furnishings.

"After an extensive search for an agency with an understanding and appreciation for Bonnet House, the selection of S.MARK Graphics was the obvious choice," comments Karen Beard, Executive Director of Bonnet House. "Their understanding of our needs as well as the community is a real asset."

S.MARK Graphics is a full-service graphic design firm providing design of print, electronic and advertising media. Founded in 1984, the firm works with a multitude of industries including law, real estate, finance, public relations, education, retail and not-for-profit. For additional information, contact Mark Budwig at 954-523-1980.


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