Pentagram

Pentagram is an award winning New York Design Firm. Partners of Pentagram who are involved in Experiential Graphic Design include, Michael Bierut, Paula Scher, Natasha Jen and Michael Gerricke.

Glass Artistry

Glass Artistry

Both palette and canvas, glass is infinitely mutable and eloquently transmissive. The seduction is powerful.

It is impossible to separate glass from light. It simply does not exist without light behind, below, before, above, or through it. It is that intrinsic relationship that draws designers and artists to choose glass as their medium. And as technology continually refines manufacturing techniques and lighting options, the possibilities inherent in glass are virtually limitless.

The New York Times Building Facade

Making Headlines

At the Renzo Piano-designed New York Times Building, Pentagram melds signage, architecture, and brand identity for Times Squares’ founding tenant.

When Pentagram was brought on to conceive the façade identity for The New York Times Building, it was obvious that signage should be integrated with the building’s innovative brise soleil, a curtain wall of white ceramic rods designed to control light and heat intake.

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Photo of New York City street parking signage

Pentagram (New York), working with the New York City Department of Transportation, has created a new, simplified design for the city’s street parking signage that is more easily understood and may result in fewer parking tickets for New Yorkers.

Eddie Opara and his team kicked off the year in color with the new Pantone 2013 Calendar, which recontextualizes the familiar PMS chips into colorful “digitized” images for each month.

Pentagram - Menil Collection

Photo of packaging and graphics for the Menil Collection DVDs

Pentagram (New York) designed DVD packaging and graphics for a series of newly restored documentary films about works and artists in the Menil Collection, the art museum in Houston. Designed by Eddie Opara and team, the series includes the films The Rothko Chapel (1972) and Max Ernst Hanging (1973), directed or co-directed by Francois de Menil, son of the museum’s founders, Dominique and John de Menil.

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Photo of LOOK campaign for New York City

Pentagram (New York), working with the New York City Department of Transportation, has designed a playful new symbol and campaign that reminds pedestrians and drivers to look out for each other before entering crosswalks and intersections; “LOOK!”—created by Michael Bierut and team—is being introduced with a marketing campaign written and designed by Pentagram.

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Photograph of Truth or Dare shoe collection exhibition

Pentagram (New York), working with the Aldo Group, has created a pop-up shop for the launch of Truth or Dare, the new shoe collection from music superstar Madonna. Installed at Selfridges London, the store design captures the line’s unique mix of pop and luxury in a stage-like display that features shoes in gilded cages. “Cages keep beautiful things in and dangerous things contained,” says Daniel Weil of Pentagram, who created the shop.

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Photograph of Olympic rings public installation

Pentagram (London) Partners Harry Pearce and Naresh Ramchandani collaborated with the artists Ackroyd & Harvey on an installation of rings suspended in trees at London’s Olympic Park at Stratford. Elegant and quietly powerful, the 10 rings––each 15 meters in diameter and forged of phosphored bronze and stainless steel––tell the story of the Olympic site over the past few centuries and will remain in place after the Games.

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