Home Stagers, LLC
Logo for Home Stagers, a staging company based in Brooklyn.
Fundación Ismael Rivera
Ismael Rivera a.k.a. "Maelo" (October 5, 1931 – May 13, 1987), was a Puerto Rican composer and singer. This logo was created for the Ismael Rivera Foundation, a non-profit that preserves and spreads Maelo's legacy. It's headquarters are Maelo's own house.
The organization wanted a new look, starting with a new logo. They wanted to include the singer's face in the logo to keep him present at all times. This project is still on process.
Logo The Eagle, located at 630 Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn, a new development project at the former Eagle Provisions building, formerly known as White Eagle Market, which has a deep-rooted history as a neighborhood staple serving the Greenwood/South Slope community with authentic Polish fare, convenience food and goods (and, more recently craft beer) for 75 years. A landmark that participated in a relatively homogenous community anchored by Luigi’s and Giuseppina’s, Toby’s Public House and Greenwood Park along with its bakeries and coffee shops; auto places and industrial warehouses, peppered with proverbial mom and pop retail throughout. Located at the confluence of Brooklyn’s arterial 5th Avenue, and the short-spanned 18th Street that effortlessly bridges the post-post-industrial Gowanus with the residential enclave of Windsor Terrace, The Eagle is an intrinsic part of South Park Slope’s geography.
New logo for Cortelyou Road, to be used on activities ran by the Flatbush Development Corporation.
Logo The Orion, a new development in Brooklyn.
Logo for 327 Herkimer, as part of the branding for the new development located in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
The Barn Lofts
Logo for The Barn Lofts, a new development at 489 Third Avenue, in Gowanus.
The Greene Stone
Logo for The Greene Stone, a sustainable new development on 5th Ave, Brooklyn.
Logo for The Martha Washington in Prospect Heights. This logo was part of the re-branding of a building with rental homes, located at the crossroads of Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park, which have just undergone a loving, beautiful renovation.
Logo for Carlton Mews, located at 232 Adelphi Street in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Built in 1886, this re-envisioned Gothic Revival was converted, in 2015, to provide luxurious and unique apartments.
The Boom Agenda
Logo The Boom Agenda, a theater collective formed for the artistic purpose of creating live theatrical productions that will challenge and encourage the debate about the importance of sexual, gender and racial diversity for the creation of a more inclusive and plural society.