This week, we teamed up again with AAM (American Alliance of Museums) and NAME (National Association for Museum Exhibition) for the annual NAME Summer Mixer. The event brought together exhibition-minded folks and emerging museum professionals for an evening of networking and mingling—over summer-themed cocktails and snacks, of course.Read More
C&G is honored to join over 75 current New York City graphic design studios in the new exhibition Image of the Studio: A Portrait of New York City Graphic Design . The show, opening tonight, will feature original visuals and studio portraits from each studio (ours below), as well as data visualizations on the similarities and differences in philosophies, working styles...Read More
Today marks the second anniversary of the re-opening of Griffith Observatory , on November 3, 2006, with exhibits designed by C&G Partners . The Observatory is the most popular public observatory in the world, and one of the most photogenic, playing a starring role in many films . In commemoration, here is a collection of images of the exhibits at Griffith that C&G; Partners designed. The twist: these were not taken by professionals. They are all by the public at large, via Flickr (link to a great Flickr slide show of full-screen images at the very bottom of this post). There are 360 images total here, which is only a fraction of the Griffith exhibit images available on Flickr. A statue of Albert Einstein is a favorite subject.