Conceived, designed and produced by C&G Partners, "Bible Now: Reactive Media Space" is a Silver winner in the entertainment and recreation category at the 2019 DSE Apex Awards. The APEX Awards honors innovation in digital displays, interactive technology, and compelling content creation. One of the most unexpected galleries at the Museum of the Bible in Washington D.C., Bible Now is a reactive media space that explores the impact of the Bible in real-time. The exhibition experience tracks social media, engages visitor creativity, and tours a holy city in an immersive time-lapse. A 360° full height, dynamic panorama of digital information is sourced from multiple channels, including current contributions by visitors on interactive tables that fill the space, allowing visitors to be part of the museum experience.Read More
C&G Partners is honored to have received two silver awards in the Graphis Design Annual 2019 that is committed to presenting and promoting the work of exceptional talent in design. "There is a reason why winning an award in Graphis is so revered. The winners are the very best of the best," according to Graphis judge and designer Randy Clark.Read More
Transforming bioscience into modern art is the heart of the 2017 Rockefeller University Annual Report, that won a 2018HOW International Design Award in the Annual Reports/Brochures category. The print annual report and accompanying website feature actual biomedical imagery generated in University labs that were converted it into watercolors. The design is refined and subdued but pops off the page, highlighting the University's unique approach to bioscience.
The HOW International Design Awards has been recognizing excellence on a global scale for 25 years now—and honor entries from all over the world in various design categories every year.Read More
The Stolen Heart Video Map has been honored with a 2018 DIGI Award in the Best Content: Ambient Category. The 3D projection-mapped video table was the centerpiece of an exhibition at the Leo Baeck Institute that illustrated Jewish expropriation during the Third Reich. The map mixed topographic and time-lapse elements with stylistic color tints and a custom musical score to create a somber yet inspiring mood. The DIGI Awards are one of the only industry award programs that recognize the "outstanding integrators, content providers, and product manufacturers focusing on digital signage and DOOH (Digital Out of Home) markets."Read More
Just in: C&G's Stolen Heart Video Map for the Leo Baeck Institute was selected as a finalist for the SEGD Global Design Awards 2017. The 3D-printed, projection-mapped tabletop video is the centerpiece of the exhibition “Stolen Heart: The Theft of Jewish Property in Berlin’s Historic Center, 1933–1945,” which was on view at Leo Baeck. Topographic and time-lapse elements mix with stylistic color tints and a custom musical score in the animated video portion of the experience, which is projected onto a 3D-printed, 1:1500 scale, historically accurate model of Mitte, Berlin’s center of culture, commerce and government. Technologies powering the experience include players by Brightsign and specialty projection from Christie. Read more at SEGD.Read More
Two of C&G's projects are featured in Graphis Design Annual 2018, released late last month. C&G's visual identity design for Trellis is a Silver Award winner. Trellis is a digital platform of the well-known American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Designed to be clear and effective, the Trellis identity is a series of repeating “T’s” that emerge from a circle, recalling the product name and its namesake, a structure on which plants grow. This visual metaphor reflects the platform's vision as a place where scientists' ideas are nurtured through collaboration. Platform members discuss climate change, biodiversity, and other ideas that matter.Read More
After over a decade of collaborative exhibition projects Beth Prindle, Head of Special Collections at Boston Public Library, and Jonathan Alger, C&G Managing Partner, lead a plenary session at the Symposium on the Future of Libraries in Atlanta this Monday, January 23, 2017. A new addition to the annual American Library Associations (ALA) Midwinter Meeting, the Symposium outlines innovations that shape the future of libraries.
Library Exhibitions Unbound: Lessons for the Future from a Decade of Special Projects at the Boston Public Library explores the growing relationship between library professionals, designers, and technologists, as well as the evolution of library exhibits centered around interactive elements, participatory experiences, and tech-driven media installations.
Expect lively conversation, insights, as well as applicable tools and techniques.Read More
The ADC 96th Annual Awards Digital Jury in 2017 will include Partner Maya Kopytman, who joins "inspiring creative leaders from 13 different countries" to judge the best in design. Maya Kopytman brings decades of design experience to her practice focused on interactive technologies and websites. She is internationally recognized for pioneering interactive media projects, with a strong portfolio of clients who embrace design for culture. Find out more about the ADC 96th Annual Awards Jury.Read More
Partner Keith Helmetag will be part of the 2017 SEGD Global Design Awards jurors panel this year. A multiple SEGD Award recipient himself, Keith will bring decades of expertise in signage, wayfinding, exhibit and environmental design to the 10-person, multi-disciplinary panel. Now open for submission, the SEGD award is the only global program focused on user experiences in built environments. "Since 1987, the SEGD Global Design Awards have set the standard of excellence for experiential graphic design...from interactive multimedia environments to complex hospital wayfinding systems, and from branded corporate environments to museum exhibitions."Read More