April 19th, 2015
Category: Photography, Art Direction, Fashion
Singleview for this post: Electric Pixel

We are addicted to this amazing material we've used for the signage system in Electric Avenue in the Viennese Museumsquartier. We are currently working on a shooting concept blending in these pixels with facial features...

April 10th, 2015
Category: Music
Singleview for this post: from our record collection

The Runaways's, Heartbeat, 1977
March 13th, 2015
Category: Photography, Fashion
Singleview for this post: Inez & Vinoodh

© Inez & Vinoodh and courtesy Gagosian Gallery, and the Collective Shift

Waiting for Kate

We love this ironical/satirical image taken by photographer couple Inez & Vinoodh in 2001. It was published in the 2014 fall issue "Fashion" of Aperture Magazine.

February 26th, 2015
Category: Design, Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: French Connection

Typeface Éclosion / Stéphanie Baron

La French Connection

Pour la deuxième fois la graphiste Française, Stéphanie Baron, travaille avec nous dans notre Studio Viennois. Bienvenue à Vienne, Stéphanie!

Stéphanie est diplômée de l'ESAD Orléans. Dans le cadre de
son diplôme, elle a créé une typographie vivante et organique. Éclosion est une typographie née du procédé de la marbrure contraint (par l'utilisation d'un pochoir) à une forme pré-existante.

February 13th, 2015
Category: Architecture, Photography, Art Direction
Singleview for this post: Nicholas Alan Cope

Photo Nicholas Alan Cope / Vault House by Johnston Markle

Nicholas Alan Cope
& Blog On Paper Magazine

We are very excited to have Nicholas Alan Cope as the main contributing photographer for Blog On Paper Magazine. Cope's architectural photography has caught our attention a few years ago and it remained always exceptional for us. In the meanwhile the L.A. based photographer was discovered by the likes of Carine Roitfeld and Christian Dior. Wallpaper just published the Vault House by Johnston Markle who is winner of the Wallpaper Design Awards 2015 in category best private house. Shot by Nicholas Alan Cope. Amazing building and photography! We can't wait to see Nicholas' extraordinary photography in our limited-edition Blog On Paper Magazine which will include as well a free artist poster of one of Nicholas's "L.A. Architecture" shots. Walter Schupfer Management

February 3rd, 2015
Category: Art Direction
Singleview for this post: Introducing: Pergraphica

Introducing Pergraphica.
Paper for Perfectionists.


In 2014 we were asked by international Paper Manufacturer Mondi Group to develop a Brand Name and Identity Design for their new multifunctional high premium paper. The brand name Pergraphica®, which derives from the latin-origin Pergraphicus (most exquisite and very skillful) was born and meets perfectly the multifunctional skills of the paper. Pergraphica represents as well the connection to arts and graphics; it's the perfect paper to achieve extraordinary printing results of imagery and colorful graphics because of it's pigmented surface.

The signet acts as a reference to watermark signs which were used by paper mills in the past to distinguish their quality paper from replicas. The sublogo was created as a modern watermark which is building a connection to the history of paper manufacture. The hand-drawn abstract flower is inspired by south-African Mondia Whitei, Mondi Group's name patron, and is referring to the company's strong environmental awareness and its sustainable products.

January 9th, 2015
Category: Art Direction, Photography, Architecture
Singleview for this post: Erieta Attali, Photographer

Erieta Attali, The Architectural Photographer

We had the great pleasure to collaborate with internationally acclaimed Architectural Photographer Erieta Attali to create a customized new web appearance for her outstanding photography.

December 22nd, 2014
Category: Art Direction
Singleview for this post: New Typefaces

New custom Typefaces for Blog On Paper Magazine

December 1st, 2014
Category: Art Direction, Architecture, Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: Book Presentation

Book Presentation
at Steven Holl Architects, NYC

We are very honored that our manifesto book we've designed for Italian Architect Paola Iacucci will be presented by Steven Holl himself, December 5th at 6pm at Steven Holl Architects, the NY offices – 450 West 31st Street!

A Light through Architecture | Luce attraverso una Architettura, Paola Iacucci, 536 pages, Italian/English, two volumes in translucent slipcase with white silkscreen-printing. The two parts of this book, The Book of the East and The Book of the West, investigate the subtle relation of void and solid in architecture in two different worlds.

Now available at Schlebruegge.EditorIPG Books (US), John Rule Art Books (UK) and Amazon.

November 17th, 2014
Category: Art, Design, Architecture
Singleview for this post: Vienna Art Week

Vienna Art Week 2014

We've just finished our sparkling signage "the running mindmap" for Electric Avenue in the Viennese Museumsquartier.

In collaboration with eSeL, who came up with the idea, we've created an alternative signage system which leads down the Electric Avenue of the quartier21 during VIENNA ART WEEK 2014: the "Running Mindmap" contains quotes, hints and cross references providing insight into the worlds of work and thought of the institutions located in the Electric Avenue. The dialog unwinding through these direct quotes and insider perspectives expands into the virtual space via QR codes and hashtags; in this way the networking of q21 users becomes visible both on site and online. 

Interview Museumsquartier (in German)

eSeL Rezeption

October 12th, 2014
Category: Art Direction, Say Say Say, Inc., Art, Photography, Fashion, Architecture
Singleview for this post: Preview


Blog On Paper Magazine

Blog on Paper is a publication for connoisseurs of fresh ideas and iconic imagery, presenting wondrous visions and views from creators from around the world.

It is published bi-annually as exclusive limited edition on newsprint. Every issue comes in a bespoke packaging. This issue's featured artist is emerging L.A-based Photographer Nicholas Alan Cope.

Blog On Paper will be out in Spring 2015. More news to come!


October 8th, 2014
Category: Photography, Fashion, Art Direction
Singleview for this post: Irving Penn

Irving Penn for Vogue, 1965

I went to Strand bookstore yesterday and found an inspiring book (out of print!) about photography in Vogue from the 60s, 70s and 80s. This image by Irving Penn seems so up-to-date but it actually dates back to 1965.


September 29th, 2014
Category: Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: Italy in NY

Margherita at our rooftop

Grazie Mille!

Graphic designer Margherita Rossi flew in from Italy almost promptly to work with us for a month in our NY Studio. Margherita has been working for Wallpaper Magazine and Vogue in London and she is a former student of the School of Visual Arts
in New York.

Dear Margherita, thank you for your truly great contributions
and help and the deep conversations.

September 22nd, 2014
Category: Say Say Say, Inc., Architecture, Art
Singleview for this post: Bombardement des Sensations

Lego Building by Matthew Bryden Uselman, Paintings Say Say Say, Inc.

Bombardement des Sensations

The architecture critic and writer Yehuda Safran invited us to attend his well-known class 12 dialogical and poetic strategies at Columbia University, School for Architecture And Planning this fall. These brilliant lectures inspired us to create a book object unifying our philosophical views on New York City and Yehuda's poetic visions. And all is now!

September 17th, 2014
Category: Say Say Say, Inc., Travel
Singleview for this post: NY Desktop Series #6

NY Desktop Series #6

from left to right
lookbook schmidttakahashi __ Gotham City's King Kong __ Monograph Brancusi __ Aperture Magazine Fall 2014 "Fashion"
guest editors Inez & Vinoodh __ Woman Magazine, Paris New York __ CRFashionbook FW14 __ leaflet Colophon Foundry __ Tunica Magazine, Brooklyn __ sunglasses found at Hell's Kitchen Flea Market __ Foam Magazine exhibition folder "New Positions in American Photography"__ Newspaper from Chinatown

September 11th, 2014
Singleview for this post: Boss Women by Jason Wu

Photo / Say Say Say, Inc.

Before the show

I had to take this picture of the amazing view from 54th floor of 4 World Trade Center where Hugo Boss Women SS15 was shown today.

August 22nd, 2014
Category: Art Direction, Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: Work in Progress

Set Design & Illustration Say Say Say, Inc.

Work in Progress

We were experimenting a lot with different materials lately for a new project and fell in love with funny plasticine.


July 31st, 2014
Category: Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: French Desktop Series #1

French Desktop Series #1

from left to right
Art Déco postcard Monte Carlo
Thé au Sahara, Mariages Frères
"Palme de Chine", vintage postcard
Tropical laquer box with black velvet lining
Marseille, Wallpaper Guide
La Vagabonde, Colette
Hourglass & pineapple object, Zara Home
"Happy Hours", Illustration Jean Lecointre
Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée,
Photo Man Sullivan

July 17th, 2014
Category: Photography
Singleview for this post: On s'en va en vacances!

Dunes / Edward Weston

On s'en va en vacances!

July 10th, 2014
Category: Travel, Architecture
Singleview for this post: The Say Say Say's in Marseille

Le Corbusier, La Cité Radieuse

Not just Another City

We love the many modernist buildings in Marseille. The most famous one is Le Corbusier's Cité Radieuse with its breathtaking rooftop view over Marseille and the Mediterranean. Since last year French designer Ora Ito is inviting artists to "take over" the space for a certain time. This year's installation of Daniel Buren is on view June 30th to September 30th.

June 29th, 2014
Category: Music
Singleview for this post: From Our Record Collection

St. Tropez & Brigitte Bardot

The song St. Tropez by Francis Lai / performed by Brigitte Bardot is part of the album "In Flight Entertainment" from 1996. It's a great compilation of Easy Listening music which experienced a revival in the mid-nineties when Grunge was exploited and we all were yearning for some glamorous sounds reminiscing about extravagant movies of the 50s.

Brigitte Bardot, St. Tropez
June 22nd, 2014
Category: Art
Singleview for this post: Monumenta Paris

La Cité étrange / Paris
Ilya et Emilia Kabakov

On the very last day of the strange city we went to the Grand Palais to see this extraordinary installation of Russian couple Kabakov for Monumenta 2014. The artists have taken up the Monumenta challenge with the creation of a utopian and mysterious city, both monumental yet intimate. The installation is inspired from the Renaissance, Romanticism and modern science, and is the synthesis of a long artistic career.

June 21st, 2014
Category: Travel, Say Say Say, Inc., Design
Singleview for this post: Marseille–Paris–Paris–Marseille

Carte Postale / Roger Broders, 1927


La première fois pour nous: en TGV de Marseille à Paris. 
En trois heures. Vraiment formidable!

On adore ces cartes postales Art Déco des années 1920
qu'on trouve partout ici dans le sud. Si la route Marseille – Paris en TGV existerait à l'époque, l'illustrateur Parisien 
Roger Broders ferait une affiche aussi extraordinaire.

June 17th, 2014
Category: Say Say Say, Inc., Travel
Singleview for this post: The Say Say Say's sur Mer

The Say Say Say's sur Mer

After a very busy time in Vienna (many thanks to our intern Marianne, who handled the stress with grace) the Say Say Say’s have moved their Studio to the south of France for the next five weeks. We are based at the French Riviera, collaborating with New York BAU Institute's Artist-In-Residence program at Camargo Foundation in Cassis whose campus is overlooking the Mediterranean Sea – just incredibly beautiful. Surrounded by writers, composers, and visual artists, we are pleased to work on a new typeface, a branding, an installation, Blog On Paper Magazine, and last but not least TICKY, our super simple time tracking tool which will be launched in 2015.


May 23rd, 2014
Category: Art Direction, Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: Art Direction and Design

Illustration / Custom Typeface Say Say Say, Inc.

Bon Anniversaire!

Paper Manufacturer Mondi Group asked us to create a 25th Anniversary logo for their environmental paper "Bio Top 3" – as well as a set of four charming birthday cards that were sent out as a very special gift. We were quite into this Birthday issue lately as we were celebrating our Birthdays just as well in April and May. We envisioned a tropical garden with pineapples, a Miami Flamingo surrounded by hand-written typography all stamped in a very freaky silver foil, a hand-made marbled wrapping paper and – as you can see above – a très french illustration which is blind-embossed additionally. Our families will receive those cards probably for the next ten years...

April 25th, 2014
Category: Music
Singleview for this post: From Our Record Collection

Nouveau Shoegazing

Actuellement j'adore ce song de White Poppy (Crystal Dorval / Vancouver / Not Not Fun Records). It reminds me of early Cocteau Twins and The Chameleons and that's a very nice mix.

White Poppy, Wear Me Away, 2013
April 6th, 2014
Category: Say Say Say, Inc., Press
Singleview for this post: our mural painting

The Say Say Say's published by
DiePresse, Vienna

Newspaper DiePresse published our mural painting
"Fear is not an Option".
To see our design click here

March 28th, 2014
Category: Design, Interior Design
Singleview for this post: Marble

Our new love: marble

We were experimenting with marbled paper lately for our magazine Blog On Paper and felt that it's the time for reinventing this classical material and it's beautiful pattern.
It reminded us how moved we were when visiting Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavillon with the amazing onyx marble wall. The modern constructivist era in graphic design is about coming to an end and there is this appetite for more rounded shapes or even psychedelic forms and the marble pattern combines that perfectly.

March 11th, 2014
Category: Fashion, Photography
Singleview for this post: Prada & Marni SS14

Prada & Marni SS/14

photographed by Californian couple Julia Galdo & Cody Cloud for Paper Magazine / styling Shirley Kurata, Set Design Adi Goodrich

January 29th, 2014
Category: Music
Singleview for this post: From our Record Collection

Art of Noise, Paranoimia, 1986
January 27th, 2014
Category: Architecture, Art Direction
Singleview for this post: Manifesto Book

Luce attraverso una architettura

We are in production phase with Architect Paola Iacucci's
manifesto book which will be published by Schlebruegge.Editor
distributed via John Rule Art Books London and IPG Books
in the US in 2014.

January 24th, 2014
Category: Art, Say Say Say, Inc., Art Direction
Singleview for this post: Ceramics Shooting

Gerold Tusch, Artist

It was a great pleasure to meet Gerold Tusch in his amazing atelier last Friday in Salzburg, Austria. We were working on a particular moving image for his website and did a lot of experiments with different ceramic objects in the atelier. Gerold Tusch is known for his large-format ceramic installations (recently shown at Belvedere in Vienna) and subtle gestures and mix of materials within his preferred ceramic substance.

January 17th, 2014
Category: Art, Design
Singleview for this post: Art Cars

Richard Prince 'Vanishing Point (The Artist Cut)'

Art Cars at Art Basel Miami

The link between cars and art has always been strong. While the Italian Futurists — perhaps the first movement to really engage with the rapid motorisation of the world — hailed the vision of speed, chaos, dust and destruction the motor car promised, others have embraced it for purely sybaritic reasons...

January 13th, 2014
Category: Travel
Singleview for this post: Bari Airport

Tropical Bari Airport 

January 7th, 2014
Category: Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: New York

view over Midtown

Our new Studio! 
The Glass Farmhouse, NYC

Please note our new address:
Studio 448 / 448 west 37 St, 8th Floor, NY, New York 10018
The Viennese Studio address remains the same.

December 11th, 2013
Category: Art Direction, Say Say Say, Inc., Art
Singleview for this post: Galerie Bernard Jordan Paris

3 Days in paris

New catalogue for Artist Gabriele Chiari. The cover is made
out of industrial chipboard with coppery hot foil stamping on
the front, the core starts with delicate thin paper of 40g/m2 
that enwraps the painting section which is printed on special treated fine paper. The catalogue was presented a week ago at Galerie Bernard Jordan during the 3 Days in Paris event.

December 8th, 2013
Category: Music
Singleview for this post: From our Record Collection

Les Reines Prochaines
from Switzerland

It was all about political statements, rebellion against
the bourgeois society and, last but not least, about feminist aesthetics and action. All of the founders are visual artists
and created music by chopping vegetables for a soup, singing
and putting together some synthesizer sounds.

I came across Les Reines Prochaines while working for the Swiss/French Designer Ruedi Baur in Paris and at the weekends
I would wander around the beautiful but weird Père Lachaise listening to this song all the time. It's a hilarious persiflage but at the same time quite serious. And of course
I adored Helena Christensen during the supermodel era of the 90s in the music video of the original song by Chris Isaak...

Les Reines Prochaines, Opfer dieses Liedes, 1993
December 5th, 2013
Category: Art
Singleview for this post: L'Eclisse

Monica Vitti & Alain Delon
by Antonioni

We are very moved by Antonioni's trilogy on modernity
and its discontents: L'Avventura (1960), La Notte (1961)
and L'Eclisse (1962). Watching those films is always
such an inspirational experience.

November 21st, 2013
Category: Say Say Say, Inc., Art
Singleview for this post: Vienna Art Week/Kunst & SpieleN feat.

Vienna Art Week 2013 
Kunst & Spielen
feat. Say Say Say, Inc. &
Herr Mensch Mayer

Game along!
Sunday, November 24th from 5pm:
open community meeting for digital and analog gaming
in the Electric Avenue / quartier21, Museumsquartier.

Vienna Art Week
Esel Rezeption
quartier 21

Photo of cat: Jeux pour chat (Game for cat),
Icosahedron, Radi Designers , Paris 1998

November 8th, 2013
Singleview for this post: Galerie Bernard Jordan

Test du marquage à chaud sur carton pour la couverture du catalogue "Mécanique du Fluide" de Gabriele Chiari. On trouve que ça marche très bien!

October 22nd, 2013
Category: Photography
Singleview for this post: La Femme New Yorkaise

Photo Txema Yeste

La femme New Yorkaise

One of my favorite photos. Very Helmut Newton.
Shot by Txema Yeste for Qvest Magazine in 2009.

October 17th, 2013
Category: Music
Singleview for this post: From Our Record Collection



Ratt, Nobody Rides For Free, 1991
September 19th, 2013
Category: Art
Singleview for this post: NY Artist Dagmar Frinta

The Notebook

We met New York Artist Dagmar Frinta in Italy at Bau Institute's
Artist in Residence program where she was working on book n° 4. The notebooks began with an invitation for a group show at Printed Matter, our most favorite bookshop in NYC.


September 3rd, 2013
Category: Art Direction, Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: Galerie Bernard Jordan Paris

Custom Typeface, Say Say Say, Inc.

La mécanique du fluide

On est en train de finaliser le catalogue "La Mécanique
du Fluide" d' artiste Gabriele Chiari pour la galerie
Bernard Jordan. La présentation aura lieu en Novembre à Paris.


August 8th, 2013
Category: Design, Miscellaneous
Singleview for this post: Write on NY Time


We love this write-on digital watch we brought from NYC
earlier this year. (Streamline Inc., 5$)

July 19th, 2013
Category: Art Direction, Advertising

Ad Campaign, Typeface
and Signature Collage 
for Mondi Group

We have designed the signature collage for the
sustainable "Bio Top 3 Next" paper and created an 
ad campaign including magazine inserts, posters, 
cards and a custom typeface. The posters will be 
shown at Monster Kamer in Amsterdam.

July 3rd, 2013
Category: Travel, Design
Singleview for this post: Au revoir Paris!

Bye Paris! Hello Vienna!

We are back in Vienna working all July in our Studio
in the Electric Avenue of the Viennese Museumsquartier.

June 27th, 2013
Category: Art, Travel
Singleview for this post: Oh Yeah, NYC!

Oh YEah, NYC!


We came across those posters put onto walls of cultural institutions in Paris. It turned out to be an imaginary
line-up of the famous Central Park Summerstage in New York.
We still don't know the Artist – any suggestions?

June 26th, 2013
Category: Art Direction, Say Say Say, Inc., Photography
Singleview for this post: Lookbook Shoot

On adore ce photo!

C’est tout simple, mais c’est sympa.
C’est frais!
(Parlez Parisien)

June 20th, 2013
Category: Travel, Say Say Say, Inc., Art
Singleview for this post: The Say Say Say's in Paris

Taking a break at the bar at Palais de Tokyo

The Say Say Say's
in Paris


We were invited to the Hermès Foundation opening at Palais de Tokyo where the Artist Gabriele Chiari showed her fantastic woven watercolors which she developed in collaboration with the Parisian Fashion House.
The Hermès exhibition was part of the Nouvelle Vague opening which took place all around the Palais de Tokyo and Paris. After travelling that much we needed to get a rest at the Café in the Palais surrounded by nice colors...

June 19th, 2013
Singleview for this post: Gianni Sirch

Gianni Sirch
at BAU Institute
in Italy

It was a pleasure to meet Gianni Sirch at Bau Institute in Otranto last week. Gianni Sirch is an art historian, critic and filmmaker who combines interests in contemporary art and visual anthropology. We were honored to attend the screening of his outstanding documentary "My Private Zoo" which deals with post-apartheid condition in the townships in South Africa.
A must-see documentary!

My Private Zoo Trailer

June 13th, 2013
Category: Design, Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: Graphic Design (can sometimes be)

Designers: Sophie Balch & Fanny Wacklin Nilsson


Graphic Design
(Can sometimes be)
a Boys club.


A few months ago I got an interview request from Sophie Balch and Fanny Wacklin Nilsson – two Graphic Designers from Brighton, UK – to answer questions about the role of female designers in contemporary graphic design. As I have been studying the gender issue in our domain for quite a while I was very delighted to contribute my personal experiences and thoughts.

Dear male readers: it is not about feminism, it is about equality. Those things are happening in an unconscious way. Of course you do not notice immediately. We all just want to work together and have fun!

Sophie Balch and Fanny Wacklin Nilsson:
"Through university we noticed that male designers were a lot more prominent than women. Interested in why this was, we began asking successful female designers questions such as “Why are there fewer ‘famous’ female graphic designers?” to gain perspective from people who are experienced working in a male dominated industry. The gathered content is a starting point for an ongoing discussion as well a celebration of female designers. The unconventionally large size of the publication actively asks the reader to engage with the material by piecing A3 pages together to assemble a larger editorial piece, illustrating the idea of reading the bigger picture. Printed on a risograph and digitally."

June 6th, 2013
Singleview for this post: Italian Desktop Series #1

Desktop Series


June 5th, 2013
Category: Music
Singleview for this post: From Our Record Collection

Il Signor Rossi
cerca la felicità

Franco Godi, Viva La Felicita, 1976
June 1st, 2013
Category: Travel, Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: Say Say Say's in Italy

The Say Say Say's
in Italy

We are currently assisting New York B.A.U. Institute
on its Artist-In-Residency program in Otranto, Italy. 

May 13th, 2013
Category: Fashion, Travel, Photography
Singleview for this post: Rencontre à Paris

Photographe: Nathalie Malric


Bonjour Paris,
Goodbye New York

De retour à Paris j'ai rencontré la photographe Nathalie Malric, qui est fondatrice et rédactrice en chef de PEUTÊTRE MAGAZINE
J' ai eu le sentiment que j' ai rencontré finalement quelqu'un qui est obsessive et passionée par son métier comme moi.

May 6th, 2013
Category: Say Say Say, Inc.
Singleview for this post: NY Desktop Series #5

desktop series

I went to sample sale of CONFETTISYSTEM lately and got the Party Party Paper Diamond which is featured also in our Mondi Lookbook. Confettisystem are Julie Ho and Nicholas Andersen,
a NYC based duo working as Artists, Stylists and Designers.

MARY MEYER is a Brooklyn based fashion designer whose clothing is handmade there as well.

I had to buy the latest issue of ACNE PAPER.. it's called the Manhattan Issue. There were three covers and of course I got the one with Mikhail Baryshnikov.

LAURA is the Zine of Jared Leon & Johanna Heldebro who have been publishing it for 3 years now. It all started in Red Hook, Brooklyn, where many things were going on at that time and Jared and Johanna tried to capture this flow in their magazine.

CLOG MAGAZINE'S February 13 issue is about Brutalism which is a defining architectural style of the post-war era – characterised by severe, abstract geometries and the use of cast concrete, block and brick.


April 26th, 2013
Category: Travel, Architecture
Singleview for this post: New York

NYC 1978

The citiest of all cities

"It's good to be back, right?" – a very young kid on a skateboard shouted out to me the other day when crossing a street in Manhattan. I totally agree.

April 23rd, 2013
Category: Art Direction
Singleview for this post: Lookbooks arrived!

April 17th, 2013
Category: Music
Singleview for this post: From Our Record Collection

From Our Record Collection

We really like the new album "Wait to Pleasure" of Canadian shoegazing band No Joy.
It just came out and we went to Other Music to get a vinyl copy of limited edition release. Other Music: "Compared to most of the other shoegaze revivalists of recent, No Joy's new album really does sound like it could have been released in the early '90s"

No Joy, Blue Neck Riviera, 2013
April 12th, 2013
Category: Photography, Say Say Say, Inc., Travel
Singleview for this post: Erieta Attali, the Cosmopolitan

Photographs Erieta Attali

The cosmopolitan Landscape

New York City; the last weeks we met regularly with ueber-talented architectural photographer and cosmopolitan Erieta Attali whose images of the most visionary, contemporary architecture around the globe are transcendent to us.

We are very happy to develop and design a new identity and website for Erieta who has been working as photographer for Richard Meier, Toyo Ito, Steven Holl, Tadao Ando – just to point out a few. As serious as that all sounds, we are always ending up giggling like kids when we meet with Erieta. Maybe it's because she brings Champaign to our reunions...

March 29th, 2013
Singleview for this post: NY Desktop Series #4

desktop series

In NYC, I'm always stopping by at PRINTED