• The Alameda Free Library

    Membership Cards

    These colorful membership cards and the new logo were designed to appeal to a younger audience and to signal a new beginning for one of the city of Alameda's most cherished institutions.

  • San Francisco University High School


    A family of marketing pieces combining student portraits and historical figures gave prospective students and parents a glimpse into the spirited dialogue and rich learning environment of UHS. Half pages feature student achievements and highlight the school’s distinctive and numerous offerings.

  • Friends of Lafayette Library

    Direct Mail

    Drawing on patterns and colors from books of a bygone era, this eight-panel mailer celebrates literary tradition and the Lafayette Library.

  • The Nueva School


    Symbolic tractors and bulldozers introduce the plans for the school's new building. All the campaign materials are designed as a family of communications and invitations for fundraising events for the school's expansion.

  • San Francisco University High School

    Capital Campaign

    This mini case statement communicates the school’s diverse and enduring character through personal vignettes of faculty and alumni. Dual narratives inform the reader and invite participation.

  • The University of California, Los Angeles

    Humanities Consortium

    The UCLA Humanities Consortium was founded to address new ways of thinking about the most pressing issues in the humanities and social sciences. Readers can mix and match a series of inserts featuring the artwork of various cultures and time periods.

  • The San Francisco Conservatory of Music

    Case Statement

    Alterpop designed this capital campaign brochure to communicate the tradition of the old and a sense of the school's future. The goal was to elevate the Conservatory to the same level as the symphony, opera, and ballet.

  • Lafayette Library and Learning Center

    Funding Appeal and Celebration Invitation

    This brochure was a direct mail piece showing the new library and home of the Glenn Seaborg Consortium. Split images suggest the multitude of needs and functions of the new facility, as well as life long learning for all ages.

  • Lafayette Library Sweet Thursdays


    Drawing on book style of a bygone era, we designed this poster in support of a series of lectures hosted by the Lafayette Library. The Posters were so popular that Lafayette merchants began requesting copies.

  • Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory School

    Sesquicentennial Reunion Poster

    The themes of faith, action, integrity, thought and hope are celebrated in a rich pattern of images and words drawn from the school's 150-year history.