Time stands still when this invitation leaves its sleeve. Here is a stunning laser cut Plexiglass invitation we created for the premiere of an Adidas and Daniel Arsham short film collaboration. Made from clear acrylic Plexiglass and screen printed in white ink, the invitation was then laser cut into the iconic HOURGLASS shape for which […]
A cube within a box containing a puzzle that reveals an icon. We’re no strangers to working with Bloomingdale’s, having had the opportunity to help produce several unique items for the legendary New York City department store over the years. This puzzle and gift box project was no less a challenge and a thrill for […]
Letterpress holiday cards that share it forward. Project: These sophisticated letterpress holiday cards, designed by Kuhlman Levitt for legendary architectural firm, HOK, actively encourage sharing — right at the moment such sentiments are activated — via an equally sophisticated detachable postcard. While giving and sharing is still fresh on the mind, the mechanism for spreading the […]
Elevated conference event materials emblazoned with a sky-high icon. Project: For J.P.Morgan’s 2017 Bank CEO Conference, DATAGRAPHIC was challenged with embossing an impossibly high Empire State Building impression onto the cover of one of their conference event materials. The building’s image was foil stamped in Crown 520 and white and registered perfectly with the embossed impression to […]
Project: These “VIP Kits” we printed and made for Seagram’s are not your typical promotional product packaging. Created as part of a national re-branding campaign that included point of sale (POS) marketing, media, social media and experiential, the kits were intended to excite and inspire Seagram’s most loyal customers to act as brand ambassadors for the time-honored cocktail […]
Making your bakery stand out in New York City is tough, even if you’ve been serving up the best rugelach – a croissant-like Jewish pastry – for years. Fortunately for Lee Lee’s Bakery, DataGraphic crafted a logo and packaging that deftly capture what’s made it one of the most beloved institutions in Harlem for decades – the personality of its founder, Alvin Lee Smalls.
Offset or litho, for short, is the most common printing method whereby the inked design is transferred from the printing plate to a rubber blanket and then onto the paper. Digital printing is ideal for short runs. Designs are printed directly onto a variety of substrates using electroink technology. This digital ‘ink’ does not require additional drying time like conventional offset printing, allowing for more rapid production and finishing.
A perfect bound keepsake for a perfect night. Project: The 2017 AIGA Awards Gala proved to be a night of sheer creativity as this year’s honorees shared heart-felt messages of inspiration and gratitude to a room filled with design’s top talent. The 94-page program book, designed by Andrea Hyde, boasted a 5-color PMS offset litho + micro […]
A Direct Mail Campaign that ‘Stands Up’ to Multiple Processes Project: Playing on harsh winter weather and optimistically anticipating a gentle spring, we decided to show off our multi-process artistry with a playful, free-standing direct mail campaign. The piece, which blew across our presses like a nor’easter, combines five different processes and, with the tuck of a […]
Over-the-top beauty requires suitable packaging. Project: With only 2 weeks lead time, DataGraphic was tapped to create this luxe presentation box suite for the David Yurman High Jewelry Collection launch. Wrapped in richly textured, silver Cialux cloth, the box covers are stamped with Kurz Alufin Satingloss foil to create a dimensional, reflective logo effect. Hidden magnetic closures provide the magic […]
Project: Co-founded by Alicia Keys, the Keep a Child Alive Foundation aims to realize the end of AIDS for children and families, by combating the physical, social and economic impacts of HIV. One of their major fundraising efforts is the annual, star-studded “Black Ball” gala, for which DataGraphic was tapped to produce an event program […]
How It Works Digital printing allows your designs to be printed directly onto a variety of substrates. Modern digital presses use electroink technology. One major difference between digital and conventional offset printing technology is that digital inks do not require additional drying time, allowing more rapid production and finishing. Stocks Only certain stocks are certified and compatible for the digital […]