Last year we fabricated and installed a show at New York Public Library called “Charles Dickens: The Key to Character.” It was designed by our friend Roger Westerman and consisted of illustrations, original writings, rare translations, and even Dickens’s pocket diary full of code that he used with his mistress.
We just found out…the show won an award!
SEGD (that’s Society for Environmental Graphic Design in case you were wondering) gave the exhibit a Design Merit award.
Here are some photos:
We had the pleasure of working with Mark Kincaid, proprietor of FOG (Forward Observations Group), a high-end men’s clothing store in NoHo. We helped him realize his vision of a clean, discreet, somewhat mysterious interior.
Upon entering FOG you’re confronted with a simple monolithic flat-black wall with only a few product on display. But then, with a gentle pull of the steel handles, large cubbies, cabinets, and closets open up revealing a myriad of high-end cloths from collections around the world. Even the fitting room is found behind a glass display case. Our friends over at Urban Daddy wrote up a nice review.