Karen created a new look for this
architectural firm. Their immediate need
was for a holiday invitation. The logo was
based on a red square Karen saw on the front
of their building. She added an architectural
symbol, used as an ampersand.
Theater and magazine advertising.
that Karen designed and prepared
for the client, and a theater ad
using one of the images.
It opens with a flash animation of the logo. Then one of five categories of architectural
projects can be selected: residential, cultural and educational, commercial, civic and municipal,
and houses of worship. Clicking on a square displays a photo of the exterior while a flash
slide show runs underneath. www.clarkandgreen.com
Small scale models of various design options Karen created for the packaging of
a glassware collection produced by Viva Scandinavia.
One of Karen’s projects while working for Milton Glaser was to design this series
of cookbooks for Irena Chalmers’ Great American Cooking Schools. A program of
licensed products followed based on these graphics, and several trade books
were designed for the food industry.
Karen’s pro bono design of a graphics system for radio station WBCR lp fm.
Multicolored logos illustrate diversity and community.
windows during station
WBCR needed a MAP for listeners.
Theater ads. The two ads on the left ran
consecutively, creating more screen time and
a quartet of highly talented musicians who
had never performed together, and had them
play in the studio for a live broadcast.
The result is a glorious CD of free jazz called
The Splatto Festival Chorus for which Karen
did the photography and designed the CD
WBCR fundraising event featuring
author James Howard Kuntsler.
A sweet, tiny gallery selling works on paper. Karen designed four different ‘collectible’
business cards using illustrations from the gallery’s collection.
Brochure and business cards designed by Karen for a high end children's
health service provider.
Karen designed packaging for Milton Glaser’s very large project of redesigning
the Grand Union and Big Star supermarkets.