"Norwest banks on Redmond for in-house design group," Graphic Design: USA, New York, Vol. 23, No. 10, October 1988, cover, p. 2. Notes: Patrick Redmond was [Creative] Art Director, Art & Design Group, Norwest Corporate Graphics, Norwest Corporation, 1988-1989. In 1998 Norwest merged with Wells Fargo and has been known as Wells Fargo since then. According to the corporation's First Quarter 2020 report, SEC Form 10-Q, "Wells Fargo & Company is a nationwide, diversified, community-based financial services company with $1.98 trillion in assets"... and "ranked fourth in assets and third in market value of our common stock among all U.S. banks at March 31, 2020." "Wells Fargo has been ranked No. 29 in Fortune'sTM2019 rankings of America's largest companies." While [creative] Art Director at Norwest [Wells Fargo], Patrick Redmond worked in theCesar Pelli-designed Norwest Center [Wells Fargo Center], Minneapolis, Minnesota, and, among a variety of projects, he designed the inaugural "MODERNISM" wordmark and related material introducing Norwest's "MODERNISM" collection. While Patrick Redmond was [Creative] Art Director at Norwest Corporation (now known as Wells Fargo), he was honored to receive a prestigious "Service Excellence Award" from the corporation.
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