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Fine Print Process Vol. 4 - Fashion Week Printing

Fashion Week Printing

We recently collaborated with The Daily Front Row for their 10th Anniversary celebration during fashion Week. We produced custom print and mount posters of various Daily Front Row Covers from the magazine's archives....

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Fine Print Process Vol 3. - Cut Vinyl for Aeropostale/TeenVogue

Cut Vinyl for Aeropostale/TeenVogue

We recently collaborated with Aéropostale and Teen Vogue for a custom vinyl metallic lettering installation. The event was held at the Aéropostale Times Square Flagship store, celebrating the 10th anniversary of Teen...

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Fine Print Process Vol 2. - Step & Repeat for Make-A-Wish/Blue Bunny

Step & Repeat for Blue Bunny and Make A Wish

We recently collaborated with Little Miss Party Planner who designed and planned this event for the Make a Wish Foundation and Blue Bunny Ice Cream. The event, which took place at MPE Penthouse required a custom step...

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Fine Print Process Vol 1. - Wallpaper Project at the MoMa

Wallpaper Project at the MoMA

We recently collaborated with the New York City's Museum of Modern Art at PS1 in Queens on a custom wallpaper design and installation project for the "Islands in the Cloud" exhibition by Metahaven - a design...

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History of the Puma Logo

History of the Puma Logo
Puma (formally known as PUMA AG Rudolf Dassler Sport) is recognized for its best performance, design oriented athletic shoes and other sportswear. Unlike many of its competitors however, the branding story behind this...Continue to Full Article

FedEx logo History

FedEx logo History
The original Federal Express logo was designed by Richard Runyon in 1973. The logo was redesigned following the expansion of the FedEx's courier business into a company offering courier, freight, and logistics...Continue to Full Article