The Topography of Type is an attempt to document the visual landscape of type in a given area. The website invites users to explore the image and text content in a linear fashion or as aimlessly as one might experience an unknown terrain. This printed broadsheet newspaper is a companion piece to the website.
This project explores if a specific typographical landscape—a “topography of type”—exists that is unique to an area and how it could be visualized in digital and analog formats. Can it be a virtual or visual corridor through which one travels to be in a specific place the same way that a kid might look at […]
Creating a platform for outgoing Parsons The New School for Design BFA and MFA students of the photography department to advertise their capabilities and portfolios to prospective clients and creative agencies.
A website for a fine art painter showcasing drawings and plain air paintings. In the artist’s own words: “I love to draw and paint. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of being out on location, painting a scene, in the ever-changing environment of the natural elements.”
A logo and brand identity for Blue Chalk, a Brooklyn-based production and media strategy company that believes in the power of nonfiction visual storytelling.
For the past two years, Designlounge has worked with the National Academy Museum and School in New York to create the branding and invitation materials for the institution’s 2016 and 2017 Gala and Auction, the museum’s annual fundraiser events.
A starburst logo identity for the 2015 National Academician Induction Ceremony to celebrate visionary American artists and architects.
Designing a logo and brand identity for a nonprofit arts education organization that brings performing, visual and literary arts classes to inner-city public schools in the New York City metro area.
Traveling to any place—however remote, undiscovered, or already described and illustrated in countless ways—means to learn and to embrace unexpected experiences. A trip to Italy produced the desire to visually interpret our impressions in the form of a magazine called “Found It.”
Mirroring the dynamic visions of this creative services agency, the interplay of interactivity and transparency expresses the photographic turn-key solutions Goodrich Visions offers to their clients worldwide.
A website for a photographer that displays his diverse capabilities and approach to seeing the world through the lens of his camera.
Amy Arbus’ long career of photographing famous actors and artists as well as everyday people has resulted in a portfolio that leaves a lasting impression. Designlounge created the website.