The in-house design team at MoMA does some great work. I try to check out their site every so often to see what they are up to.
In the midst of doing some research for an upcoming project, I came across this colorful and contemporary gem.
I love the bright yellow and the perfect orange-y red graphic; and it’s wonderfully anchored by the strong grey color — the whole design pops off the wall.
I must say: I love design…I love museums. Put them together and I can hardly contain myself!
Via: New Work: 500W21 | New at Pentagram.
Pentagram’s work for a new development in New York’s High Line area is an example of well-crafted creativity. The luxurious and elegant identity features a serif logotype with an ornate “W” character — a reference to the building’s architecture.
Equally impressive is Pentagram’s contribution to the sales office environment. In a unique and tangible gesture that is perfectly in sync with the established identity, the office features a wall-mounted brass map of the neighborhood streets. Oxidized copper accents the composition, demarcating the High Line path and other local highlights.
Together, it all makes for a harmonious whole.