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Projection artist, Cila MacDowell, requested we help her solidify the image of her performance persona, Cecilia Spell.
After preliminary interviews with the artist, we closely collaborated on creating a visual narrative using Cecilia Spell performance objects and projections.
A photo shoot and exhibition poster series publically introduces Cecilia Spell, the technologically integrated plasma woman.
The International Brazilian Opera Company asked us to design the poster for their concert premiere of the composer Joao MacDowell's new opera, "The Seventh Seal," while still giving homage to the Ingmar Bergman film from which the opera is adapted.
We blended the characters and storyline into a personification of Death as a woman, expressed by Brasilia-based dancer, Eliana Carneiro.
Simultaneously specific yet ambiguous, the poster updates iconic imagery from the film with a minimalist touch.
Brand a new condo on the Upper East Side that attracts residents who care about their environment and surroundings.
With interior design by world renowned designer, Clodagh, the campaign had to be home-focused, uplifting, clean, family friendly and approachable.
An uplifting and visually sophisticated, yet friendly campaign.
Celebrate the creative roots of NYC's East Village in the building campaign for 100 Avenue A.
Inspired by the self expression of tattoo art and the neighborhood's mural culture, we hired artist Trina Merry to body paint models with the logo, finishes and surrounding environs.
Bring awareness and remembrance to the tragic public water failure in Flint, Michigan.
Elude to the everyday necessity of tap water, the free option that should not be taken for granted.
A visually graphic poster with a simple and clear message.
Commemorative Poster for 6/26/15 - when the United States Supreme Court ruled that state-level bans on same-sex marriage are unconstitutional, thereby legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.
Long persecuted or at best tolerated with a "don't ask don't tell" policy, we wanted to shamelessly reveal intimate love between same-sex couples.
Simple and sweet, like a Valentine's day note, the poster celebrates same-sex marriage with a contemporary aesthetic.