November 3rd, 2010 by Georgios
It’s always great to see big corporations like Coca-Cola take responsibility for the environment. The International Coastal Cleanup is a brand engagement program that emphasizes the impact that one person can have on saving our ocean and water ways around the globe. We were lucky enough to be brought on board by Alan Woodruff to help create the identity for this program. Jared Dalcourt (soon to be head of EC Design Co. Architecture) and I worked along side Alan to create everything from Posters to T-shirts for the ICC program.
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March 15th, 2010 by Larry
Pop the bubbly! We just wrapped up a web design + web development project that we’re very proud of. NY-based events & experience-marketing specialists, MeanRed Productions, enlisted us to give their website a complete overhaul. Check it out here and leave a comment with your thoughts.
February 23rd, 2010 by Larry
Rehab‘s new single, Welcome Home, hits iTunes today. I had the privilege to lead a team of designers (my Entertainment Design class at Portfolio Center) on some early concepts for the artwork to accompany this single. We ultimately arrived at this finished artwork after consulting with the band. It’s an photo of Danny (Rehab’s lead vocalist) as a kid and his grandfather in their Air Force jumpsuits. It’s a very personal moment in his life that he’s opening up and sharing to the rest of the world. Download the single on iTunes here.
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December 14th, 2009 by Larry
Check out the newly re-launched PlywoodPeople.com website designed by Epidemik Coalition. They wanted a website that allowed them to tell their intriguing stories (via a user-updated blog) and more importantly, to sell the goods created by the people in the stories. We created a structure that allowed them to customize the site and determine where different types of information will go. Check out their site, and revisit it often, as the content changes and evolves rapidly! While you’re visiting, pick up some fair trade goods for the holidays!
December 1st, 2009 by Larry
Rehab just released this exclusive remix via their twitter account. I changed the colorway of the single art I created a few weeks back for this track. Falcons throwback helmets anyone???
Download: Rehab – 1980 (Steaknife Remix)
November 17th, 2009 by Larry
Check out the newest addition to the EC portfolio, an online photography portfolio for our cohort, Jorge Menes. Once again, we employed a proprietary navigation platform that we developed especially for designers and photographers who want to showcase their work seamlessly in full-screen. Visit jorgemenes.com
November 16th, 2009 by Larry
I recently worked with emerging iPhone app developer, Khu.sh, on the branding and interface for their company and it’s new product, LaDida – a reverse karaoke app. You sing, and it makes up the music to accompany your voice. You can choose a genre of music and a tempo for each tune you sing. One of the greatest features of the app is that it allows you to share your tunes on social-networking sites such as facebook and twitter. Future updates will include more music genres and perhaps auto-tune.
This was my first time to work on anything for iPhone, but I found the experience very enjoyable and similar to web design, except you’re dealing with a much smaller canvas.
October 6th, 2009 by Larry
Our friends, Rehab, are releasing the single, 1980, off of their acclaimed album, Graffiti the World. They asked EC to create artwork to go along with their radio-promo CD’s as well as art to accompany song downloads and other fun stuff.
The lyrics to the song remind me of a bro going to his high school reunion and hollering at shortys from way back. It just so happens that my 10-year reunion is coming up soon, so it made sense to draw Rehab’d “class ring”. I intended for the colors in the ring and background to dynamically change out to the school colors of the different regions they’d promote the song in. For example, Red/Black/White for Georgia/Athens area, and Orange/Blue/Green for Florida, and so forth. Somehow the management really liked the Varsity Gold and Maroon colorway I presented. I like it too, except it sort of reminds me of the worst NFL team ever ever ever (Redskins).
September 21st, 2009 by Georgios
I just finished this illustration for our friend and local DJ, Rob Wonder. He’s been on tour with Scion this summer and just started a new campaign. We’ve been working on a few things with Rob so keep an eye out for more stuff to come soon. Photograph was taken by Zach Wolfe who just recently just shot the cover of Time magazine. Congrats Zach. Big things happening in Atlanta.
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September 18th, 2009 by Ted
This week marked the end of a great project we did for FINN Jewelry here in New York.
EC was part of a great team assembled to give this hip jewelry company a fresh identity and new web digs.
I just wrapped development on the FINN Jewelry website. Checkout their beautiful products! The website includes some fun interactive elements that show the spirit of FINN’s creators, Soraya Silchenstedt and Candice Pool. Photography is by Alexi Lubomirski, photographer from Future Digital, another EC branding and web project. Design by Epidemik Coalition and Black Rose NYC.