DDG is a digital consultancy based in New York City. We have been helping them with their own design and branding since the 2009. We also help their clients with various design needs.
Obercreek is a certified Organic farm located in Hugsonville NY run by husband and wife team of Tim Heur and Sam Wildfong. We have been helping them with their branding and design needs since 2011. Their produce is so good, we often accept it as payment!
We worked with Game Seven Marketing to bring this new product to Footlocker stores across the country. We handled all aspect of the brand creation including: art directing the photo shoots, designing in-store displays, and designing and building their website.
LQ is the interior and landscape design firm run By Leslie Linksman and Karen Quinoa. They have been in business for over 10 year without a logo or business cards. partly because they were too busy to worry about it, an partly because they wanted something great. Now, even know they are too busy to take on new work. they hand out their business cards at every opportunity.
We worked with Game Seven Marketing to design all aspects of this Italian Ice Stand that opened in Harlem in the summer of 2011. The freezer of the store was a secret entrance to an invite only sneaker store.
Beacon Music Factory
The Beacon Music Factory is another client we started working with from the beginning and have done more ads, promos and event posters than we can count. Here are a few of our favorites from the past few years. we are currently building a brand new website to replace the one they cobbled together over the years : )
Electric Projected was a follow up event to Electric Windows. We partnered with the Animation Company General Idea We invited 24 animators to reimagine the paintings that were installed in the windows of a 19th century factory building on Main Street. A Sound Artist and DJ created audio tracks for all the animations. The results were 24 dynamic animations that dazzeled over 1000 people.
Coney Island Shortcakes was open for the summer of 2006 and took the coney island boardwalk by storm. From initial design concepts, permits and building the booth, right down to sourcing a baker for the shortcakes and buying and preparing strawberries nightly. We ran every part of this business, even a blog that received over 25k visitors over the summer ( about 30x the amount of actual visitors to the stand)
Electric Windows is a community based art event that we co-organized in Beacon NY. We invited 24 artist to spend 2 days painting giant canvases that were installed in the windows of a 19th century factory building on Main Street.