Project: The die cut 3D invitation for A/D/O—a 23,000 square foot former warehouse in Greenpoint, Brooklyn that has been converted into a work space, gallery and start-up accelerator—was designed to mimic the work space’s iconic glass “Periscope” which sits in the center of the main studio. The invitation was for a Press Preview ahead of […]
Project: DATAGRAPHIC was asked to print two gilded real estate brochures for The Chamberlain, a luxury apartment building located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. For one, a fine line pattern was stamped in gold Kurz Luxor foil on its cover, which mimics the trim on the building’s ground floor windows and doors. For the other, we utilized laser to […]
An intriguing title for an art book, to say the least. Project: Printed to accompany a series of paintings by legendary New York artist, Jan Frank, this simple, saddle sewn art book takes on more gravity due to its striking cover. Just beyond the brown kraft stock lie 4-color litho renditions of the “Suicide Paintings” named after […]
A retail fashion identity with a name that’s…surely familiar? Project: When fashion industry favorites, Kate and Andy Spade, launched a new high-end shoe and handbag brand they needed printed collateral that spoke to their savvy customers. DATAGRAPHIC are no strangers to retail fashion identity suites having worked with some of the biggest names in the industry […]
As a holiday gift for clients, a limited edition puzzle within a puzzle. Project: For their 2017 holiday client gift, NYC branding studio, Partners & Spade, commissioned Canadian-born artist, Geoff McFetridge, to create a limited edition puzzle…within a puzzle. Using McFetridge’s shapes and artwork, the designers worked closely with DATAGRAPHIC to re-imagine what a jigsaw could be. The […]
An exhibition catalog as intriguing as its subject. Project: The tiniest stitch of color binds this elegantly modern exhibition catalog for Lars Jan’s large scale “Slow-Moving Luminaries” project featured at Art Basel Miami 2017. Extra care is required so as to not wrinkle or crease the clear covers, which create dimensional interplay with the under sheet. […]
A custom box and note cards for an iconic Manhattan tower. Project: Designed by Philip Johnson, the striking tower at 550 Madison Avenue in New York City is one of the most recognizable buildings in Manhattan. Its characteristic notch and 7-story arched entrance way provided the inspiration for the minimalist line drawing foil stamped onto the […]
A gilded invitation suite befitting of a 125th anniversary celebration. Project: Designed by Sacks Communications, this elegantly gilded invitation suite for the New York Electrical Contractors Association’s 125th Anniversary Celebration is just the stuff that gets us out of bed in the morning. We love the challenge of combining different printing processes and finishing techniques […]
When extra special real estate offerings come along, there’s no better way to communicate luxury, uniqueness and class like the rich, tactile nature of print.
A real estate identity suite as luxurious as its address. Project: Designed by renowned architects Beyer Blinder Belle, the team behind the restoration of Grand Central Terminal and The Empire State Building, 1010 Park Avenue is both a striking and contextual addition to the Park Avenue Historic Landmark District in which it is located. Such […]
(NOTE: This article originally appeared on PaperSpecs.) Making your bakery stand out in New York City is tough, even if you’ve been serving up the best rugelach – a croissant-like Jewish pastry – for years. Fortunately for Lee Lee’s Bakery, DataGraphic crafted a logo and packaging that deftly capture what’s made it one of the most beloved […]
The beginning of Fall has us thinking about one of our favorite holiday traditions: spreading joy and good will with beautifully printed and tactile holiday cards. From Thanksgiving through New Years, there’s no more memorable way to show your gratitude for another successful year.