Mostly Mozart Festival 2018

Mostly Mozart Festival 2018

Lincoln Center, Brand Design Studio

The Mostly Mozart Festival, a beloved summer tradition for more than 50 years, spread its wings in 2018, expanding to include more multidisciplinary presentations, enhancing its commitment to the music of our own time.

The iconic season art was captured collaborating with photographer TOMO during a dress rehearsal of Bernstein’s Mass at the LA Philharmonic, a production that later was part of the Mostly Mozart Festival 2018 season.

A new identity was established along with motion graphics of the logo and program titles, combined with striking footage of the performances.
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The brand experience was consistent across all customer touch points and led to a highly successful season.

Graphic Design USA In-house Design Award

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Mostly Mozart Festival 2019

Mostly Mozart Festival 2019

Lincoln Center, Brand Design Studio

This year's Mosty Mozart Festival will run from July 10 to August 10 and build upon last year's festival, which was one of the largest in the decades-long event. The festival will feature "international multidisciplinary productions, acclaimed artists of all genres, introductions to emerging creative voices" and works commissioned specifically for the festival.

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Mostly Mozart Festival 2019

Lincoln Center, Brand Design Studio

This year's Mosty Mozart Festival will run from July 10 to August 10 and build upon last year's festival, which was one of the largest in the decades-long event. The festival will feature "international multidisciplinary productions, acclaimed artists of all genres, introductions to emerging creative voices" and works commissioned specifically for the festival.

Lincoln Center's Great Performers

Lincoln Center's Great Performers

Lincoln Center, Brand Design Studio

Lincoln Center’s Great Performers features the world’s most inspiring artists interpret the world’s greatest classical masterpieces.

Graphic Design USA In-house Design Award

Great Performers

White Light Festival

White Light Festival

Lincoln Center, Brand Design Studio

Lincoln Center's White Light Festival centers on music’s transcendent power, enabling audiences to experience moments of connection in an increasingly frenetic and fragmented world.
After nine seasons, one of the core elements of the festival's promotional materials remains the brochure. Its most important characteristic is the black cover with a die-cut number reflecting the current season, along with the small format of the brochure that conveys an intimate feel.

Graphic Design USA In-house Design Award for the season brochure.

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Lang Lang's New York Rhapsody

Lang Lang's New York Rhapsody

Lincoln Center, Brand Design Studio

Collaboration with set designer Travis A. George on stage design for Live from Lincoln Center's Lang Lang's New York Rhapsody starring Suzanne Vega, Andra Day and many others. Lighting design by Alan Adelman.

Photo: ©Richard Termine

Lincoln Center 60th Anniversary

Lincoln Center 60th Anniversary

Lincoln Center, Brand Design Studio

Lincoln Center’s 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Gala, honoring families who have had a significant impact on Lincoln Center over the past six decades.

Lincoln Center Global Exchange

Lincoln Center Global Exchange

Lincoln Center, Brand Design Studio

The Lincoln Center Global Exchange conference brought art to the center of international discourse by convening a community of distinguished thought leaders and change agents to spur innovation and propel social impact through art.

The established identity carried through from the Save the date card to conference materials and signage.

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Jeff Koons Balloon Flower Magenta

Jeff Koons Balloon Flower Magenta

Christie’s, Creative Services

In June 2008 Christie’s London sold Jeff Koons’ Balloon Flower (Magenta) sculpture for $25,752,051. This promotional book was sent to prospective clients. The New York Times art critic Carol Vogel mentioned the design of the book in her column.

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Christie's Impresionist/Modern Art

Christie's Impresionist/Modern Art

Christie’s, Creative Services

Campaign promoting Christie's Spring Impressionist/Modern Art Sales, which set new artist auction records for Monet, Giacometti, Rodin and Mirò.

How In-Howse Design Annual
World Luxury Award Finalist, Monaco

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Christie's Hong Kong Auctions

Christie's Hong Kong Auctions

Christies’s Creative Services

Christie’s Hong Kong Spring 2008 Sales achieved a record result of $310.7 million, the highest total at that time for any series of auctions in Asia, giving Christie’s 58.5% market share in the region.

During the sales week the first evening sale ever in Asia was held for the Asian Contemporary and Chinese 20th Century Art department. The campaign featured a black and silver colour scheme, integrating images of Hong Kong’s skyline by night. Zeng Fanzhi’s Mask Series 1996 No.6 sold for $9,662,114, setting a new world auction record for Asian Contemporary Art.

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Andy Warhol Double Marlon

Andy Warhol Double Marlon

Christie’s, Creative Services

This book was sent to Christie’s top clients to promote the sale of Andy Warhol’s Double Marlon silkscreen.
It was divided into two sections: Film stills of Marlon Brando in The Wild One, the subject of the work, arranged as a flip book; followed by two essays about Warhol’s approach to filmaking and the silkscreen itself. Schott, the original maker of the Perfecto leather jacket that Brando wore in the movie, manufactured custom leather book jackets and party invitations upon my inquiry. The painting sold for $32,521,000 in Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Evening Sale on May 13, 2008.

World Luxury Award, Monaco

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Andy Warhol Big Retrospective Painting

Andy Warhol Big Retrospective Painting

Catalogue Design for Galerie Bruno Bischofberger

During the 40th edition of Art Basel, Zurich based Galerie Bruno Bischofberger offered Warhol’s Big Retrospective Painting (7x36 feet) from 1979 for $74 million, making it the most expensive painting of the fair.

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Richard Neutra The Kaufmann House

Richard Neutra The Kaufmann House

Christie’s, Creative Services

Along with Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House and Philip Johnson’s Glass House, Neutra’s Kaufmann House is one the most important examples of modernist residential architecture. The brochure was sent to Christie’s top clients to promote the sale of the Kaufmann House. All the characteristics of this architectural masterpiece were expressed by the choice of materials used for the brochure and the design. The house sold for $16,841,000.

Communication Arts Design Annual
World Luxury Award, Monaco
Featured in Men’s Vogue

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Christie's Jewels

Christie's Jewels

Christie’s, Creative Services

The campaign was realized collaborating with photographer Ian Cuttler.

Christie's Van Cleef & Arpels Centennial Tribute Auctions

Christie's Van Cleef & Arpels Centennial Tribute Auctions

Christie’s, Creative Services

Collaboration with the famous jewelry brand. Auctions in Zurich and Geneva achieved close to $30 Million. Working with Geneva based photographer Denis Hayoun, the “larger than life concept” was realized.

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