This map/brownstone invitation project is complete! And documented! Just wrote about it on my site: http://kellianderson.com/blog/2012/03/paper-brownstones/
about 1 year ago
Incredible type! Great work!
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@kellianderson Incredible! First off I am happy to see that classical musicians are finally putting some effort into their media - the music is timeless but websites and material from 1995 don't cut it in 2012. Secondly, about the project: I couldn't be more effusive. Incredible attention to detail, historically more or less accurate (kerning aside!). I love the flyer. Brownstones: unique, fun and so well executed. I can imagine the registration problems! The end result is nothing short of perfect, I'd love to have the opportunity some day of working with top orchestras on projects like this. As a devotee of classical music (and violist in 2 orchestras and a gigging string quartet) it's an area that means a lot to me and I hope to be able to fill this niche someday. Local orchestras however are budgeted very tightly and have a hard time understanding the dictates of the modern web and design needs - I tried doing a website for one pro bono but they said, "well a member of our board maintains the current [20th century fossil] and he would be offended if we got a new one!" Someday...
WOW! This is amazing!!
WOW! This is amazing!! So beautiful!!!
Thank you guys. This was a fun one. Places+music = X
@Alessio :) SO glad you feel this way. I really lucked out that the B. Phil's artistic director is so cool (everyone there seems really cool actually, and their board didn't "help" with the design.) But it seems like these local orchestras have small, overworked staffs, so I bet if you have your eye on one that you'd like to work with, they'd probably be happy to hear from you. :)
This is crazy awesome, so many layers!
Beautiful work Kelli.
The execution of this is absolutely beautiful. The process had to be pure joy - getting to see those vintage maps and all that ornate typography showed in your work - brilliant stuff.
This is amazingly wonderful.
@kellianderson True, I just have to find the right one! A lot of these people are traditionalists, which is valuable in its own right, but sometimes that means that they only want a 1.0 website and desktop-publishing print media! Great work once again.
Your creativity with paper always delights me, Kelli. Another great project.
i first saw this on design*sponge and drooled a little bit. amazing work, as usual.
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