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Alison Charney

Alison Charney is passionate about the power of design in the built environment. She has a strong passion for a healthy and conscious lifestyle surrounded by color and meaning. Her undergraduate studies fulfilled her interest in human behavior and visual communication. She wanted to learn more and make more of a difference which led her to New York City.

LHSA+DP JetBlue Junior Playspace

LHSA+DP recently completed a new aviation-themed interactive playspace for JjetBlue airlines. The interactive play space at JFK’s Terminal 5 is designed to delight and educate children from age 2 to 12 with hands-on and digital activities, keeping them engaged and entertained while waiting to board their flights.

 A celebration of New York City’s rich immigrant culture, the sculpture takes the form of 33 metal poles inscribed with the origins of foreign-born NYC residents.

280 Park Avenue Exterior Identification

Originally designed by Emery Roth & Sons in 1961, 280 Park Avenue is one of midtown Manhattan’s premier corporate addresses.

Hamish Smyth

Hamish Smyth is a New York based graphic designer.  Hamish holds a Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) degree with Honors from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), Melbourne, Australia.

From 2010 to 2016 Hamish Smyth worked at the New York office of Pentagram Design under partner Michael Bierut on a variety of identity, wayfinding, and publication design projects. In 2015, he became an associate partner. He is also owner of Hamish Smyth Design.

Design studio Two Twelve has moved!

For the public information design firm, developing graphics and design for a new workplace was a welcome endeavor.

Brian Collins, Collins

Over his career, Brian Collins has won every major creative award. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Creativity, Fortune, Rolling Stone, Creative Review, Graphis, NBC News, ABC News and Fast Company, which named him one of five American Masters of Design.

For ten years prior to the founding of COLLINS, Brian was Chief Creative Officer of the Brand Integration Group (BIG), the design and innovation division at Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide. His clients included IBM, Motorola, The Ford Motor Company, Goldman Sachs, AT&T, Vera Wang and American Express.

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