Washington University in St. Louis established the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics in 2010 as a center of scholarly excellence and public engagement with issues of critical importance in American life. The Danforth Center is led by a dedicated group of scholars and professionals working to support outstanding analysis of the historical and contemporary intertwining of religion and politics. The Center’s aim is to educate students and the public through its courses, events, and publications, while modeling discussion and debate that values each person’s humanity as the cornerstone of a productive democracy.
Danforth Center leadership turned to Grady Campbell to design its symbol and logotype, and to establish its brand identity guidelines. Since 2010, we have designed the Center’s annual report, publications and displays.