August 12, 2003
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-TUMI-Flow HangTag
Challenges

Tumi, a premium luggage company, was launching a line of design-forward, everyday bags called Flow. Targeted towards young, urban men, the bags featured an asymmetrical design and customized pockets for media gadgets such as iPods, PDAs, and laptops. The challenge was to create a versatile packaging system that was evocative of the unique design and curves of the products.

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August 12, 2003
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Caban-Lilien-Invitation
Challenges

This destination wedding, planned as an elegant affair to be held in the rustic Berkshires, needed an invitation that would provide information for guests to plan for the unusual location. The unique piece would also set the tone for other wedding materials.

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July 14, 2003
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Tumi-T3-Signage-1
Challenges

Tumi, a premium luggage company, needed a signage system announcing the launch of their new T3 line. This line was a departure from Tumi’s traditional black boxes and instead incorporated sweeping curves and ergonomic innovations into its design.

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May 14, 2003
Posted By: MSLK

elseware
Challenges

Elseware, an industrial design collaborative, needed a promotional poster for their exhibit, American Cheese: Processed, inspired by kitschy products prevalent in American culture. The designers celebrated America’s “cheesiness,” while transforming these products into new and mostly useful objects.

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April 12, 2003
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Tumi-Cubic-Display

Challenges
Tumi, a premium luggage company, needed to create a flexible, yet attention-grabbing retail display that would activate store windows with seasonal messaging. The challenge was to introduce Tumi’s new line “Cubic,” which featured a distinctive jacquard texture, while creating a memorable display that highlighted the Valentine’s Day season.

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March 10, 2003
Posted By: MSLK

ashhole
Challenges

Elseware’s Daniel Harper created an aluminum ashtray that could pop onto the top of empty beer bottles, thus recycling typical party detritus while preventing smokers from ashing into an unfinished drink. The product’s packaging would have to clearly display the product, demonstrate its use, and enable the product to either hang or stand on retailers’ shelves.

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February 25, 2003
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK’s invitation design is selected for the Mohawk Show.

Top Finalist of Fourth Annual Mohawk Show
Mohawk
2003

January 1, 2003
Posted By: MSLK

In order to promote a unique design exhibition featuring kitschy, repurposed American products, MSLK created a humorous limited edition poster. The end result was recognized for excellence in design by Print Magazine's Regional Design Annual.

In order to promote a unique design exhibition featuring kitschy, repurposed American products, MSLK created a humorous limited edition poster. The end result was recognized for excellence in design by Print Magazine’s Regional Design Annual.

Regional Design Annual
Print Magazine
2003

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