12 20 10
2010 Branding Quiz… This image was the primary visual for which of the following marketing initiatives/campaigns: (a) Marc Jacobs Men’s Fall/Winter 2011; (b) hot new downtown eatery by the latest Thomas Keller defectors; © global hair salon/spa/hair products/cosmetics/lifestyle megabrand (d) $1.29 oldies sale; (e) former trustafarian, hybrid 30-something pop-meets-rock sing-along band
12 08 10
Barneys New York recently launched their “Have A Foodie Holiday” campaign, partnering with the Food Network for their much anticipated holiday promotion. The unveiling of the flagship store’s holiday window also marked the launch of the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival Cookbook designed by Kellyco Creative Director Paul McKevitt. The kickoff party was a who’s who of all things culinary and cooking along with a side of the city’s most tasty fashionistas. And the book is selling like hotcakes!
12 07 10
@work | REPRISE MEDIA (identity, graphic design, web design, sales support)… Designed and developed brand identity, web site and sales support program for leading search marketing agency. Efforts included brand identity system, stationery, sales kit, web site and blog design.
11 27 10
Hats off to the resilient American Express Company for designing a program to both stimulate the critical small business sector and simultaneously encourage additional spending from their legions of card-carrying members. American Express OPEN—the company’s small business unit and public and private organizations are joining in establishing the Saturday after Thanksgiving “Small Business Saturday”. The first-time event encourages shoppers to include small, independently-owned businesses when they make their shopping rounds the day after the much publicized Black Friday. American Express states, “Small Business Saturday recognizes the importance of small businesses to the overall economy and local communities. It’s a day to support the small, independently owned businesses we can’t live without.”
11 26 10
Renowned New York Chef (& Kellyco client) Marco Canora on The Next Iron Chef… “I was shocked. I thought I won it. It’s bittersweet. I got this far and I’m going to go out with my head high, for sure. It’s been a wild ride.” Be sure to check out his flagship eatery Hearth or one of the wildly successful Terroir wine bars.