Our recently-opened Erie Commercial Slip landscape exhibit project was just featured on Buffalo Rising Online. It's an interesting read and has some great pictures. Keith is the scale model in photo #1. Here's a short excerpt: Keith Helmetag, a partner with C&G Partners LLC, principal designers of the exhibits and site graphics at Erie Commercial Slip invited BRO on a...Read More
Steff Geissbuhler was just interviewed in TAXI. In the interview, he shares some of his philosophy about branding, design, mergers and a few other things. Along the way, TAXI kindly calls Steff "one of the industry's most established veterans on branding" and suggests that he has been "helping to 'invent the entire category' of corporate identity."Read More
On Saturday, Jonathan spoke at the fifth annual Cranbrook exhibit design retreat. He reviewed a number of "museumless" exhibit projects by the firm. Museumless projects are ones that are developed like museum exhibits (they are curated, credible and educational) but you don't find them in museums. They might be in a library, an observatory, on a sidewalk or on...Read More
C&G Partners' exhibit at the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum, "OIL! Whales, Wells ... What's Next?" was reviewed in the New York Times today. The exhibit, open during the summer season of 2008 in Sag Harbor, Long Island, draws a parallel between the revolutionary situation that led to the end of the whaling era and the energy crisis of modern times...Read More
C&G Partners designed a new traveling exhibit about race, war and community that is opening at the Institute for Texan Culture in San Antonio today. It will be on view through January 8th, 2009. This interactive experience will then tour throughout the country. The traveling version is based on our permanent "Fighting for Democracy" exhibition at the National Center for...Read More
Interior Design Magazine just profiled Partner Jonathan Alger as part of their "Crosslines" monthly feature. In the article, titled "O Say Can You See: Exhibits Designed by Jonathan Alger Teach Us New Ways of Looking", Jonathan "discusses why objects can't be separated from ideas, how exhibitions are like filmmaking, and what museums have in common with Starbucks coffee."