Ankita Garg

Ankita Garg is a Communications Designer/Architect at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.

Before joining Pratt in 2016 Ankita Garg worked at Graphics Beyond, and Nayak and Associates.

Antkita Garg earned her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Design and Visual Communication from Pratt Institute and a Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology.

Connect with Ankita Garg on LinkedIn.

Ankita Garg is a Communications Designer/Architect at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York

Andrew Freeman

Andrew (Drew) Freeman is the founder and principal of afreeman. He works with clients and colleagues to envision, create and implement conceptually significant yet commercially successful design solutions. Drew is responsible for excellence across all afreeman projects.

Andrew Freeman
Brooklyn, NY

Michael Freimuth

Michael Freimuth is the co-founder and creative director of Franklyn, a boutique creative and technology firm based in Brooklyn. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Michael is an award-winning creative director whose work has been recognized by myriad industry organizations including the AIGA, Art Directors Club, the Society of Publication Designers, Print and Communication Arts magazines.

Michael Freimuth, Franklyn
Brooklyn, NY

Yasmin Elayat

Yasmin Elayat is a new media artist, experience designer, and creative technologist working at the intersection of art and technology. Her work focuses on pushing the boundaries of immersive, storytelling experiences ranging from new media documentary to immersive environments and interactive installations. Yasmin leverages emerging technology to create new forms of storytelling constructs to build collaborative, participatory projects for engaging communities and for social impact.

Yasmin Elayat, Scatter
Brooklyn, NY

Saori Tahara

Saori Tahara is a Japanese designer and artist who lives in Brooklyn. Born in Hiroshima, she moved to New York City in 2012. She graduated The City College of New York of Master of Fine Arts in 2016, where she studies digital media art in Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice. Her career began as a graphic designer with a focus on package graphics, layouts, themes, and promotions. Her passion has always been in making digital images and the majority of her work is now exploring programming language for interactive arts and design.

New York

Masterwork Plaques

Masterwork Plaques is a studio focused on the creation of custom plaques and specialty metal signage. Founded by a team of sculptors and public artists, we are skilled collaborators, working with designers and architects on creative problem solving for wayfinding, branding and interpretive projects.  Our studio’s mastery of traditional metal techniques allows us to develop new and dynamic ways to incorporate metal signage into contemporary installations that are long-lasting and visually unique.

Masterwork Plaques specialties include:

Pamela Parker

Pamela Parker is a designer and artist interested in developing a fresh solution to every creative challenge. Pamela Parker's work is about creating an engaging viewer experience and clarifying and focusing a message, while allowing room for the subtle, ephemeral and whimsical. She is specialized in design and strategy for exhibitions, print, web, and animation with an eye towards drawing connections and telling a story.

Pamela Parker, Undercurrent Design
Brooklyn, NY

Roger Westerman

Roger Westerman has over twenty years of experience as a designer. His practice focuses on the conceptualization and design of immersive and interactive museum environments and experiences. He has expertise in all phases of the design process, including master planning, concept sketches, graphic design, content research and writing, digitally and manually produced control drawings and renderings, and project management. He founded Roger Westerman Design LLC in 1999, after leaving ESI Design (Edwin Schlossberg, Inc.) (1994–1999).

Roger Westerman, Rogerwesterman Design, Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn, New York

“David Bowie Is,” a Feast for the Senses (and the Bowie Obsessive), Arrives at the Brooklyn Museum

Go. Just go. I mean, read this first, yes, but if you’re any kind of Bowie fan—from the supremely casual variety to the palpitating obsessive—and haven’t yet reserved your tickets (advance booking is required) for “David Bowie Is” at the Brooklyn Museum (March 1 through July 15), do it now.

Airspace Announces The Breeze

Airspace and The Breeze

Airspace (New York) is excited to announce their new adaptive reuse project in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn set to open in Summer 2018. Their client, The Hudson Companies, Inc., along with S9 Architecture and ABS Partners Real Estate, have developed an office and retail destination, which features a rooftop restaurant with views of Manhattan. Airspace was responsible for the identity, exterior murals, signage and wayfinding.

The project was recently profiled in Crain's New York.


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