C&G Partners is working on the signage, architectural graphics and exhibits at the new Yankee Stadium , which opens to the public next month. Although the project is still officially under wraps until the public opening, images of the work in progress have been appearing in various places (see previous post ) for a few months and in the Yankees official online...Read More
The outdoor exhibition/signage installation designed by C&G Partners at the Erie Commercial Slip appear in the current issue of SEGDdesign, the magazine of the Society for Environmental Graphic Design . The three-page article introduces the idea that "a new breed of interpretive graphics is bringing sophisticated museum exhibition design to the great outdoors".
EMPAC is featured in Metropolis Magazine this month. C&G Partners worked with architects Grimshaw and Davis Brody Bond Aedas to create the signage and architectural graphics for this precedent-setting project for Rensellaer Polytechnic Institute's (RPI's) Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in Troy, New York.
C&G Partners has just learned that the Erie Canal Harbor project , led by partner Keith Helmetag , has just won a 2008 Honor Award from the NY Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), under the category of collaborative design. The award will be presented in New York City in December. Award winners will be posted to the ASLA...Read More
Next week, on Friday, November 21st, the National Museum of American History will open to the public after a long renovation. The new centerpiece of the Museum will be an exhibit of the Star-Spangled Banner, the flag that Francis Scott Key saw when he was inspired to write the National Anthem of the United States. C&G Partners, in collaboration with...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.
C&G Partners is working on signage, architectural graphics and exhibits at the new Yankee Stadium, opening in April 2009. Today the Times ran an image of the main sign being installed (shown here) alongside an article about security at the last game. Caption: "Yes, they really are serious about it..." Photo by Librado Romero.Read More