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Gifts for Designers: antrepo, “Design for Design’s Sake” December 2020 | Print Magazine

Given that we're PRINT, we're geeks for any new printed matter. But creative studio Spaeth Hill's new publication antrepo really hits the spot. The publication's goal: to get creatives to step away from the commercial aspects of the field and celebrate design for design's sake.

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Spaeth Hill’s gorgeous first volume of antrepo is on pre-sale now December 2020 | Brightest Young Things

DC-based contemporary design practice Spaeth Hill is about to put out the first volume of antrepo, a dreamy new publication featuring interviews with national and international designers, original essays and expressive artwork. To find out more, we recently caught up with partner and design lead Nathan Hill about the inaugural installment, which is titled Revelations.

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The 100% Official 2020 Holiday Gift Guide for Graphic Designers, Illustrators, Generally Creative People and Also Everyone You Know December 2020 | AIGA Eye on Design

Design studio Spaeth Hill has just come out with a lovely new annual design publication that steps away from commercial design and instead celebrates the experimental and conceptual. The editors say it's "for anyone interested in celebrating design for design's sake," which... we know a few.

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Spaeth Hill Self Publishes antrepo Publication October 2020

Spaeth Hill, a contemporary design practice, announces the launch of antrepo, an annual publication that navigates the intersection between art and design. Driven by experimental thinking and practice, the publication consists of three parts—interviews with national and international designers, original essays and expressive artwork. Each part comes together to form one complete visual experience.

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Alexandria design agency debuts playful furniture line September 2019 | Northern Virginia Magazine

From a customized desk to culinary-themed side tables, this is what design firm Spaeth Hill is bringing to Old Town.

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DC Design Week 2019 September 2019

As we continue to celebrate DC Design Week, explore how graphic design can translate into furniture and spatial design with the partners at Spaeth Hill. Jill Spaeth and Nathan Hill share their creative journey from 2D design to their forward-thinking design-build practice. Guest will be able to take photos on iPad and and draw with Apple Pencil to reimagine furniture and space. 

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Spaeth Hill Launches Apollo At The Park Logo July 2019 | Graphic Design USA

This summer marked 50 years since Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. To commemorate the historic event, the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum launched its “Apollo At the Park” campaign and enlisted Spaeth Hill to design the new logo and branded package. The logo draws inspiration from vintage space and aeronautic campaigns, as well as the work of designers like Otl Aicher.

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Full Service Radio: Antrepo Airs Fridays 11am. EST at the Line Hotel

Each week, designers, artists, and other creatives from around the globe are invited to share personal stories of successes and challenges, giving listeners an authentic and uncensored look at their creative process and what drives them to create for the pure joy of it. 

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Branded Environments, SEGD Conference March 2019 | Las Vegas, NV

SEGD Branded Environments 2019— held in partnership with Digital Signage Expo (DSE) 2019 — is the event for the design of brand-centric customer experiences. Integrating meaningful brand experiences into places and spaces provide the highest branding return on investment to owners and their users. Jill and Nathan gave a talk on creating a sense of culture in their design process with corporate and retail clients.

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AIGA EMERGE October 2018

Our very own Nathan Hill moderated the @aigadc EMERGE panel on Wednesday, October 3rd from 6:30-8:30pm. Hear local creatives share their stories and answer questions on how they got to where they are now.