A NEW LOOK FOR A PREMIER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Awarded "GOLD" in the Corporate Identity Category for 2018
by the Society of Marketing Professionals

 

Rebranding for Sea-Dar Construction updated the company's previous logo with clean lines, geometric forms, and a new color family to reflect the level of excellence Sea-Dar brings to its wide range of construction projects: from luxury urban residences and fine suburban custom homes, to large institutional and commercial structures.

 

 
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work completed for D&CO

celebrating 25 years of insightful design solutions

Voted "BEST" in the Self-Publishers, Illustrated Category,
Annual New England Book Show 2018

 

To commemorate 25 years of excellence in the lighting design industry, Available Light hired us to design a 112-page book covering the company history and milestone projects in three disciplines: Museum Exhibition, Architecture, and Special Events.

Using the President and Creative Director Steven Rosen's analogy of lighting design as a three-dimensional watercolor painting, the design is centered around the artful placement of photographic imagery. Smaller project photos and text are set-off by expansive background photos and screens. The cover echoes this layered effect by a two-part process of ink and embossing for the book title. A "25" anniversary logomark was also designed as part of the project.

 

 

work completed for Available Light

Where Creativity Works

 

Montserrat College of Art is a small art college in Beverly, MA. Over the years the brand identity and print design varied widely across the school and among departments. Employed as the lead designer and creative director in 2018, a cohesive brand was developed including color palette, typography, and supporting graphic visuals.

 
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holistic healing arts

 

Custom logotype, brand identity, and packaging and business card design for Flowers + Stars, holistic healing with offerings of polarity therapy, astrology, flower essences, and more. The label design for the Flower Essences and Essential Oils line features rich full color photography, elegant type, and iconography. Business cards have sixteen individual back designs aligned with chakra colors and a micro/macro textural mirroring of flowers and stars.

 

 
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"uncorked" annual wine dinner and auction invitation

 

The Asian-fusion cuisine of Karen Akunowicz (Myers+Chang) inspired the use of a rich, tropical bird of paradise pattern for the invitation suite of the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston's annual Uncorked Wine Dinner & Auction. In addition to the pattern, a custom logotype is set off by Neenah silver stardream paper. The entire invitation was mailed in a clear cellophane envelope, showing the celebratory pattern on delivery.

 

 
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For the Must Travel Species

 

In the 21st century, the human species resembles a migratory one: compelled to travel great distances in order to gather, conduct business, share an experience, or find some rest and relaxation. For many of us, not moving is not an option. This is the powerful concept behind The Travel Collaborative’s new brand identity and website design.

Using five familiar migratory species, then brand identity system underscores the client's expertise in getting customers from point A to point B like it’s their second nature.

www.travelcollaborative.com

 
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art director / brand identity design: Gary Pikovsky
web & stationery design / production: Bridget Stone
work completed for D&CO

Report on Slavery, Memory, & Reconciliation

 

I was honored and humbled to design a historic document for Georgetown: The Report of the Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation. The 120-page book outlines Georgetown’s difficult and recently publicized history with slavery, and details a comprehensive set of recommendations to the President of the University to account for and redress Georgetown’s past relationship.

Featured on the front page (web) of The New York Times

 

work completed for D&CO

adventure anywhere

 

Elevated and refined the NEMO brand, cementing the company’s street cred in the innovative gear market and increasing brand recognition both domestically and internationally. Established brand standards and visual development of the brand across its traditional channels: catalogs, printed collateral, marketing materials, and packaging.

 
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work completed for D&CO