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Virtual tours and Flash

Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. [Javascript required to view Flash movie, please turn it on and refresh this page] I’ve probably mentioned it before, but one of the many services we offer here at Three Steps Ahead is the creation of “PictureBubbles°,” our brand name for interactive, spherical panoramic photographs. (Say […]

Gallatin Listening to Wine poster, first draft, straight out of Illustrator, and before Devin's Magic

Devin’s Debut

For a recent NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study poster design, my brother Devin Korwin contributed his Wacom tablet skills and helped make a good poster design great. We were inspired by the gritty-yet-soft shading techniques used by advertising poster artists such as Adolphe Mouron Cassandre in the earlier half of the 20th century. After […] t-shirt design contest winner

Speaking of campaigns…

Out of the blue, my lovely fiancée received an email this morning from Barbara Boxer, a US Senator from California. Her campaign is running a design competition to create a new campaign poster for her 2010 reelection bid. Now first of all, I rarely participate in contests. It’s risky business, to say the least. Years […]

NYU Stern CACE Poster… on canvas

Back in December of last year, I posted some initial drafts of the Cohen Arts and Culture Experience poster design I was working on for NYU’s Stern School of Business. Through the inevitable revision process, many elements have been tweaked, including most obviously the color palette. We also added and changed the “marker” text on […]

Drayton Hall newsletter redesign concept, interior spread

Drayton Hall newsletter, best feedback ever

I’ve been working with Drayton Hall, a historic landmark in South Carolina, to help redesign their print identity, including their on-site interpretive signage, their advertising, and their newsletter, among other things. The newsletter has been our most recent endeavor. They’ve had the same design for years now (worth checking out to see the “before” to […]

NYU Stern: CACE poster concept preview

Poster draft inspired by mid-century New York

By now you’ve probably come to understand that I have more than a small obsession with mid-20th-century graphic design. Pictured above are a set of first-drafts of a poster design we’re creating for New York University’s Stern School of Business, promoting their Cohen Arts and Culture Experience program. The program allows current Stern students to […]