A rainbow of 15,000 paint swatches from the hardware store creates a fantasy party setting for Benjamin Moore’s 125th birthday celebration.
The Metropolitan Opera’s 125th Anniversary gala, held in the grand tent at Lincoln Center, is transformed with 125 years of exciting poster graphics from their archives.
Potted primroses created from recycled book pages fill the shelves of a pop-up store/installation created to celebrate the launch of our book DAVID STARK DESIGN. THE (purely paper) FLOWER SHOPPE was open for three days and every plant, bloom, tool, pot, and even the store was created from paper!
The re-launch of the iconic garden brand SMITH & HAWKEN, now exclusively available at Target, inspires a vertical garden installation at the Philadelphia Flower Show. Mixing 2-D and 3-D elements, this topsy-turvy display highlights the new product selection with whimsy and charm while showcasing the largest living wall in the show’s history.
A tented, late-summer wedding on Little Cranberry Island off the coast of Maine harnesses local blooms, foliage, berries, and cones from the property to create a lush and seasonal décor.
An undulating curtain created from 15,000 Benjamin Moore paint swatches creates a colorful WOW for The American Patrons of the Tate Museum’s gala.
With a wink and a nudge, a “sinking ship” bellows plumes of fresh baby’s breath “smoke” to mark the entry of the Second Annual Global Volatility Summit in an empty floor of an office building in the financial district of New York City.
To celebrate Target’s READ ACROSS AMERICA initiative, a sculptural R – E – A – D, erected to 30 feet in height on the steps of the New York Public Library uses actual books as its building blocks. After the installation came down, all 25,000 Dr. Suess books used went on to a second life in schools and libraries throughout New York.
Miles of red ribbon and hundreds of gold ornaments create striking, seasonal décor for the U.S. State Department’s fabled reception rooms.
New York’s iconic Plaza Hotel Ballroom is customized with fresh boxwood walls and a garden of blooms and candle light for a December wedding.