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2019 CADC Awards Show Winners

Our team earned 11 awards at the 45th Annual CT Art Directors Club Awards Show, including work for Mount Sinai Health System, The University of New Haven, Brigham Health, Sarah Lawrence College, Dana Hall School, Hudson Valley Fisheries, New Hampton School, and our studio. Congratulations all, including attendees from left to right Dan, Laura, Cindy, Iris, Hannah, Steve, Bria, Kailee, Nora, and Chris.

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Creative Quarterly 56

Our 2019 Taylor Design Calendar entry has been selected to be published in Creative Quarterly 56, which will go live in October 2019. It was designed by Bria, written by Stacey, illustrated by Cindy, printed by Printech, and conceived by the Taylor Design team.

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Rocket Pop Featured in WAG Magazine

Steve, Cindy, and their tri-colored Rocket Pop are featured in the June 2019 issue of WAG Magazine. The article by Bob Rozycki, titled “Go’N Spacey,” profiles the artists who painted the UFOs and rockets for Stamford’s Space Invasion public art exhibit. Rocket Pop is on display at the corner of Atlantic Street and Broad Street. Photo by Bob Rozycki.

Steve and Cindy painting their sculpture, Rocket Pop

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2019 Stamford Boys & Girls Club 5K

The 2019 Stamford Boys & Girls Club 5K attracted over 2,000 runners. Our team this year included (from left to right) Dan Taylor, Steve Habersang, Connie Tao, Iris Tao, Cindy Lau, and Hannah Fichandler. Chris Taylor, who photographed this image, also ran with us. Over $200,000 were raised to benefit the Stamford Boys & Girls Club.

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Space Invasion 2019

Steve Habersang and Cindy Lau’s fun and colorful concept “Rocket Pop!” was selected for Stamford Downtown’s 2019 Space Invasion outdoor sculpture exhibit. They have been hard at work on their 8-foot tall sculpture in a studio space on Atlantic Street. It goes on display for the summer the first week of June. At the end of the exhibit, the spacecraft will be sold at auction with proceeds benefitting the Veterans Park Initiative.

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Fishery Client Featured in the New York Times

Our client Hudson Valley Fisheries was profiled in The New York Times on March 18th. Their signature product, New York Steelhead, is farmed in an indoor facility and raised without hormones or antibiotics. Our design and interactive team of Hannah Fichandler and Chris Yerkes created the company’s new logo, brand style, and website.  Website content written by Heidi Raker of RG Narrative. NYT article by Florence Fabricant with photo by Jeenah Moon.

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Feast Your Eyes

There are a few types of projects that always get eaten up by designers. Those where creativity is king and the world is your oyster—projects like wine and beer labels, music posters, and of course, menus. For the past decade or so, the folks at UnderConsideration have been compiling well designed restaurant menus from around the world. Art of the Menu allows you to browse by city, type of cuisine, or date. Those who have an appetite for design will appreciate every delicious detail.

 

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Client Featured in the New York Times

Our client Green Chimneys was profiled in The New York Times on March 1st. A school for special-needs children located in Putnam County, N.Y., Green Chimneys pioneered the idea that emotionally challenged children could gain confidence and become socially adept by caring for animals. Our design and interactive team of Steve Habersang, Bria Caso, and Hannah Wool created the school’s new website. Article by Richard Schiffma, photo by Desiree Rios.

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Talking Business on WSHU

Nora was a panelist on WSHU’s “The Full Story” on January 28 along with Joe McGee, Vice President, Public Policy and Programs at The Business Council of Fairfield County; Cindi Bigelow, President and CEO of Bigelow Tea; and Eric Gjede, Vice President for Government Affairs with CBIA. With Governor Ned Lamont taking the helm this month, host Ron Ropiak asked the guests to provide the incoming government officials and listeners with ideas for improving the state’s business climate. “The Full Story” runs live Monday through Friday at 1 p.m. on WSHU News-Talk stations and via streaming.