Jerry Pavey is an International Gold Medal designer and artist who has
been a part of the Washington, DC area advertising community his entire
career.His firm produces a
variety of design and illustration projects for corporate, small
business, trade association, government and public service clients that
include logo designs, corporate identity programs, brochures, annual
reports, magazine/newspaper advertising, posters, photography and a
variety of imaginative illustrations.
He has received over 300 awards for his work, including Gold, Silver
and Special Gold Medals For Innovation from such prestigious groups as
The White House Presidential Awards Program, New York and Washington Art
Directors Clubs, New York Society of Illustrators, Washington
Advertising Club, American Advertising Federation ADDY Awards (local,
regional and national), New York Advertising Club ACE Awards, Print
Magazine’s Best Annual Reports In The USA, Society of Publication
Designers, and AIGA.Annual
reports and wall calendars he has designed, illustrated and produced
have garnered over 25 Gold Medals in various competitions- 2 Special
Gold Medals For Innovation from the Printing Industries Of America
(PIA), runner-up for Best Of Show in the New York Advertising Club ACE
Show, and runner-up for Best Of Show in both the National Calendar
Marketing Competition and the World Calendar Marketing Competition.
His work has been featured in all major design, art and advertising
magazines/books in the United States, Japan, Canada, Germany,
Switzerland, and England, and include: ‘Designing Corporate Symbols’ (2
issues); ‘Trademarks’ (4 issues); ‘America Corporate Identity’ (3
issues); ‘Annual Report Trends’ (3 issues); ‘Print Regional Design
Annual’ (10 issues); ‘Graphics’ (3 issues); ‘Print Magazine’s Best Of
Corporate Publications’ (4 issues); ‘Communication Arts Design Annual’
(4 issues); and ‘Communication Arts Art Annual’ (2 issues). Feature
articles/chapters have appeared in the books ‘The Best Of 3-Dimensional
Art’, ‘Fabric and Needlework Art’, ‘Fabric Sculpture’, ‘Print Magazine’
and Japan’s ‘Illustration’.
His art is a part of the permanent collection of The New York Museum Of
American Illustration, as well as numerous private and corporate
collections: Exxon-Mobil Oil, Brookings Institute, Goodwill Industries
Of America, National Institutes Of Health and New York Fiscal Agency For
The Farm Credit Banks to name a few, and is sold in select galleries
throughout the country.
He has served on the governing boards of many area art and advertising
clubs; has contributed artwork to, and written articles for, various
publications for features on excellence in art and advertising; has
served as consultant on art/design to the U.S. Civil Service Commission.
Pavey regularly donates his art/design to The United Nations UNICEF
Children’s Relief Fund for use on greeting cards. He is very proud that
items bearing his work have sold over 2.5 million pieces toward this
global humanitarian effort.