Pentagram’s Michael Bierut and team have created a new graphic installation for a stairwell at the Museum of the City of New York that pays tribute to the city, its people and their many ups and downs.
Pentagram (worldwide) announced completed work including a dynamic branding initiative for the University of Colorado Boulder, launched by DJ Stout and his team and inspired by the school’s adventurous spirit.
Justus Oehler designed a new logo, packaging, website, and communications to help Oliveda, an extraordinary and natural cosmetics company, grow into 20 new markets.
Pentagram (worldwide)’s Luke Hayman and Emily Oberman design a brand identity and marketing campaign for the luxury residences at The Printing House in New York that use graphics inspired by the building’s heritage as a printing factory.
The Natural Areas Conservancy, an affiliate of NYC Parks, introduces a new identity by Paula Scher, Pentagram, that uses photographs taken by Joel Meyerowitz to highlight the beauty of the wilderness the organization is trying to preserve.
Pentagram’s exhibition for The New York Public Library celebrates a special birthday for the landmark building it calls home.
The New York Public Library may be better known for Patience and Fortitude, the regal marble lions guarding the entrance to its main branch at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, than it is for the 60 million artifacts it holds.
A landmark exhibition at the Cooper-Hewitt casts designers as champions of conservation.
The concept of “truth to materials” is nothing new in the design world. Even before the modern architecture movement made it a central canon, designers have always had a love affair with materials, inspired by their textures and behaviors and often testing their limits.
With a newly renovated building, dynamic wayfinding, and engaging interactives, the Museum of Arts and Design enters a new era.
A caterpillar requires 10 days to emerge from its chrysalis as a Monarch butterfly. It takes 10 weeks for a downy cygnet to transform into a Trumpeter swan. For the Museum of Arts and Design, metamorphosis has been a decades-long undertaking.