Malcolm Greer’s Studio
393 Eddy Street, Providence, RI
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The structure was built for a jewelry manufacturer in 1919 and enlarged in 1926 when a baking supply company moved in. Since the 1960s it has been the studio of prominent American graphic designer Malcolm Grear (1931-2016), whose work encompassed visual identity programs, print publications, environmental design, packaging, and website design. His firm (now led by his son) is best known for visual identity work and designed logos for the Guggenheim Museum, Brown University, Vanderbilt University, Department of Health and Human Services and the Veterans Administration. Source - National Register of Historic Places