Monthly Archives: May 2011
Discerning and multilayered, like the man and his work. French, US and International websites, designed by Li, Inc. and programmed by Monolith NY, bring Frédéric Malle Editions de Parfums’ extensive collection of ultimate fragrances directly to you and your home!
An industrial, unfolding self-mailer invitation for Creative Time’s annual benefit, this time honoring the tireless Liz Swig. The grittily refined invitation was inspired by the legendary New York nightclub Area whose rotating installations reappeared the night of the benefit.
Announcements for the explosive survey of destruction-based art moves from the Museum Tinguely, Basel to the Swiss Institute, New York. It’s a must-experience three-part show!
Two simultaneous gatefold covers featuring Lara Stone, photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, styled by Nicoletta Santoro, and designed by Li, Inc., celebrate fashion from Day to Night!
A fast paced and intense collaboration with London-based Ten magazine resulted in a guerilla exploration of type and image for the Spring Summer 2011 issues, edited by the inimitably spectacular Sophia Neophitou. Of particular note are the single color and … Continue reading
A subtle nod to the artisanal tapestry techniques Lim drew upon for his F/W collection shown in Paris. The intricate pattern was silkscreened on the face of the invite as well as the interior of the envelope to great effect.
Invitation announcing the first institutional exhibition of vintage prints by the late Karlheinz Weinberger (1921-2006). An unsung pioneer of vernacular photography since the Fifties, Weinberger captured a young generation of rebels. The invitation, designed for the Swiss Institute New York, … Continue reading
After a 10+ year hiatus, http://www.kcdworldwide.com is back! Powerful and discreet, the website, designed by Li, Inc. and programmed by Monolith NY, conveys the agency’s services and strengths simply and effectively.
One of our favorite design and book stores in the world popped up in Grand Central Station during the 2010 holiday season. To commemorate the temporary kiosk, we designed a mailer slash catalog of some covetable items, curated by Gregory … Continue reading
One could spot guests to Phillip Lim’s extraordinary show in Beijing partly because they were so well-dressed but also because many wore the flowers that were part of the designer’s special invitation designed by Li, Inc.