Energy Square

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Logos for RUPCO’s newest project, Energy Square, a green energy building located in the heart of Kingston. A $22-million development, Energy Square replaces a vacant bowling alley with 57 affordable apartments, 11,000 square feet of civic and commercial space, and an elevated urban park. The building advances New York State’s clean energy goals by meeting a “net-zero for living” standard, which combines solar panels and energy efficient features to make it the first net-zero affordable housing development in the Hudson Valley.

Wilde Beest

Large format artwork in the Wilde Beest dining room, an “enhanced Audubon"

Large format artwork in the Wilde Beest dining room, an “enhanced Audubon"

Wilde Beest logo

Wilde Beest logo

“Very Special Person” cards

“Very Special Person” cards

Artwork above the bar

Artwork above the bar

Bobcat watches while you eat

Bobcat watches while you eat

Menu design

Menu design

Artwork by the kitchen.  Photo by Phoenicia Flea

Artwork by the kitchen. Photo by Phoenicia Flea

Gift Certificate

Gift Certificate

Chef Chris Turgeon in the Wilde Beest window.  Photo by Nina Duncan

Chef Chris Turgeon in the Wilde Beest window. Photo by Nina Duncan

Branding and interior artwork for Wilde Beest, a modern farm-to-table restaurant in Kingston, NY. We designed all of the restaurant’s branding and collateral – their logo, website, windows, menus, business cards, gift certificates, and more.

Inside the restaurant, the large-format artworks are “enhanced Audubons” – classic Audubon illustrations with mixed media painted on top. First, we chose animals that suited the space, then added white paint, black charcoal and oil pastels to make the prints more alive. We then enlarged and framed the art on the walls, with a nod to humor (squirrels over the bar), intensity (a bobcat hovering over a 5-top) and beauty (an alluring fox in the entry).

Visit their website at wilde-beest.com.

US China Music Institute

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Website for the US China Music Institute of the Bard College Conservatory of Music, the first music program in America offering majors in Chinese instruments. The website was designed with English and Chinese text, with traditional colors and artwork from China. We also updated their logo and designed supporting graphics for the site.

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