An over-sized poster announces the opening of Antonio’s World, an exhibition of era-defining, influential work by Antonio Lopez at the Suzanne Geiss Company. The folded poster sits within a die-cut holder and invitation to the exclusive preview.
Ever wonder what’s inside Pharrell’s mind? Thumb through his headspace with Pharrell: Places and Spaces I’ve Been, designed by Li, Inc. and published by Rizzoli. Available in three Miami-inspired pastels.
The two faces of Rafael’s visual identity acknowledge his cosmopolitan and dimensional approach between design and architecture.
Vince’s image campaign for Fall Winter 2012, photographed by Camilla Akrans, clearly communicates the brand’s authority within the contemporary landscape.
Recent show materials for Swiss Institute reflect the contemporary art organization’s spirit and reinforces its distinct point of view.
Part of MOCA’s corporate identity incorporates the absence of logo. A stack of business cards shown here, features a die-cut.
Jason Wu’s inaugural campaign features Julia Frauche photographed by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Joe McKenna. Elegance and structured femininity stand in contrast to the poster application covering the streets of Manhattan during fashion week. A hairline fluorescent Jason Wu logo extends across each set of three posters, popping against the silhouettes of the season.