Hudson Valley Current

Carla Rozman Graphic Design Hudson Valley Current Local Currency Money Bill Design New York Funding Eleanor Roosevelt Pete Seeger Hudson River Currents.jpg
Carla Rozman Graphic Design Hudson Valley Current Local Currency Money Bill Design New York Funding Eleanor Roosevelt Pete Seeger Hudson River Clearwater.jpg
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Carla Rozman Graphic Design Hudson Valley Current Local Currency Money Bill Design New York Funding Thomas Cole.png
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Carla Rozman Graphic Design Hudson Valley Current Local Currency Money Bill Design New York Funding Eleanor Roosevelt.png
Carla Rozman Graphic Design Hudson Valley Current Local Currency Money Bill Design New York Funding Eleanor Roosevelt Pete Seeger Hudson River Rhinebeck New York.png

Bill designs for the Hudson Valley Current, a non-profit with local currency to be used in the Hudson Valley. Currents are companion currency to the US dollar (with the same monetary value) that encourage local purchases by keeping money in the community.

We started with bills that would use a Hudson Valley Visionary, for example, Sojourner Truth, Thomas Cole, Eleanor Roosevelt or Pete Seeger. On the back of each bill, there’d be a description of the contribution the person made.

Our final designs featured Hudson Valley animals and their habitats – a Bee in the fields, a Blue Heron in the streams, a Blue Tailed Skink on the rocks and a Rainbow Trout in the river.

Energy Square

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Logos for RUPCO’s newest project, Energy Square, a green energy building located in the heart of Kingston. A $22-million development, Energy Square replaces a vacant bowling alley with 57 affordable apartments, 11,000 square feet of civic and commercial space, and an elevated urban park. The building advances New York State’s clean energy goals by meeting a “net-zero for living” standard, which combines solar panels and energy efficient features to make it the first net-zero affordable housing development in the Hudson Valley.