All That Glitters Is Gold At The Museum of American Finance

"Jewe;ry Box" gallery at MoAF

New York City boasts hundreds of museums, but you can literally count those that attract the lion’s share of visitors—tourists and residents alike—on one hand. Every year, smaller and lesser known museums in neighborhoods throughout the entire city offer eye-opening, educational, moving and quirky exhibits that deserve a much larger audience. One of them, the […]

Save The Date: Invitations You Can’t Refuse

Every season has its whirl of A List social and corporate events. Some are tony, like Art Basel Miami Beach, others make for great storytelling (“Did I tell you about the time I played poker with Warren Buffett?). But they all have one thing in common: The highly coveted invitation that beckons the recipient to […]

highresolution Struts its Stuff on the Catwalk

Did you ever wonder how an establish model or an up-and-coming “fresh face” gets cast in a runway show? It’s not a spur-of-the moment decision by casting agents or design house. Venerable modeling agency Ford Models sends promotional packages to agents and designers months before show seasons in New York, London, Milan and Paris to […]

A Brief Moment in Time

The Morgan Library & Museum “Bob Dylan's American Journey, 1956–1966" Exhibit Poster

In many ways, January 2016 was the month that music died—among those we lost: David Bowie, Pete Huttlinger, Gary Loizzo, Dale “Buffin” Griffin, Glenn Frey and Paul Kantner. Each time, millions of people shared a moment of disbelief that gave way to mourning and regret that a creative light was extinguished too soon. By the […]

We’re Popping Up at Paper Expo

We’ll be bringing the third dimension to the Paper Expo at The Art Director’s Club this Thursday, May 8 in New York City. You’ll see amazing examples of our work in paper, acrylic, glass, canvas, mixed media and much more. We’re bringing tremendous creative inspiration and all the capabilities in our tool kit – from […]

Innovation, Meet the Invitation

This multi-part, interactive invitation to the reopening of the Chevy Chase Pavilion was a collaboration with our clever and creative client, the multi-disciplinary design collective Street Sense. This highly customized piece was specified in a quantity of less than 500 pieces, so creating a cost-effective way to produce it took some imagination.  We love projects […]

Events So Special They’re Unreal

We’ve come a long way in corporate events since the office party Santa conga line. Still, even in the 21st century, often the most interactive thing at a gala party is the vermouth in the martini shaker interacting with the gin. For party planning pros, finding that special element to engage and delight party guests […]