A fine art gallery based in upscale Rockville Town Square, Sands Artwork came to Marstudio for a print strategy that reflected the decorative, modern art it offers. Pairing a vibrant royal purple with black and white, with a splash of paint across the logo to emphasize the passion that only a true artist imbues into his or her work, the print designs convey the gallery's intention to offer a place where one can find extraordinary works of art that draw the eye. Marstudio's print work for this gallery is fun and lively, inviting the reader to visit and engage.
Flemington Jewish Community Center
Marstudio was asked to create Flemington Jewish Community Center's design competition poster for Michael Mostoller Architects. The design of the building was a complex amalgamation of history, tradition and modern technology. The final design was sophisticated and complex yet featured every aspect of the design and its components.
Floatograph approached Marstudio to design a flyer template for their tradeshow appearances. The challenge was to create, design, and build the flyer in a way so that the client could change the content of it last-minute and tailor it to the specific audience they were trying to address at a specific tradeshow. Marstudio produced a sleek, simple, and efficient flyer for them that was completely customizable.
Stevens Institute of Technology
Brochure Case Study
Stevens Institute of Technology called upon Marstudio to produce a case study by designing a brochure for the school's new Product-Architecture Lab. The final result captured the essence of what the program was about and it showcased the futuristic nature of the products that were being studied and produced at the lab.
Yanni Eat & Sleep
A couple of New York freelance architects tasked Marstudio to design two fold-out brochures for two amazing pieces of furniture that they had designed for the Highbridge House in upstate New York. Their design was very unique and the challenge was to design the brochures in a manner that would showcase the furniture rather than overshadow it. Marstudio managed to do just that and the result was two stunning fold-out brochure pieces that were submitted to I.D. Magazine's furniture design competition.