December 18, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

BerkshireWaistCincher

Challenges
Mayer Berkshire Corporation, the second largest hosiery manufacturer in the US, created a new line to target the young, urban professional. In order to stave off competition from fashion brands, the new packages needed to carry the equity of the Berkshire brand yet feel youthful and fresh.

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November 12, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Redken-Elite-Color-Invite_Blog

Challenges
Leading hair care brand, Redken 5th Avenue NYC, was looking to recruit members for their Elite Color Product Testing Team. Forty renowned hair colorists from across the country would be invited to perform confidential product testing and aid Redken in developing new hair care formulas. The challenge was to create an intriguing invitation that conveyed the exclusivity of the team and inspired recipients to accept the position.

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October 12, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Again-Bag2

Challenges
aGaiN, an eco-friendly handbag and accessories line, needed a logo that would capture their environmentally and socially conscious mission. With products created out of repurposed materials, this startup company not only needed to brand itself but also deal with the challenge of defining green fashion—a budding industry at the time.

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October 8, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

Local newspapers report on the LMCCE’s award-winning course catalog designed by MSLK.

“National Design Award”
The Sound & Town Report, newspaper
October 8, 2004

September 17, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

Marc’s story as a designer and co-founding of MSLK is chronicled.

“Family Graphics Legacy Leads to Love, Award”
The Times now The Larchmont Gazette, newspaper
September 17, 2004

July 12, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Redken_NewOn5th_1

Challenges
Redken 5th Avenue NYC sought to rename and reposition their number one sales tool, a monthly catalog, featuring their salon quality hair care products. Read more

June 23, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Vintage-Peanuts-Hangtag
Challenges

United Media needed a brand identity system for their new Peanuts line, a collection of vintage-inspired, high-end clothing. The new identity had to translate into a packaging solution that would evoke nostalgia for the 1960s—the “golden age” of this classic comic. Furthermore, it was important to appeal to a wide audience, as the brand would extend beyond women’s wear into men’s apparel and housewares.

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June 12, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Again-Hangtags

Challenges
An eco-friendly handbag and accessories line, aGaiN needed to create a packaging system for their products. It was important that the hangtags be customizable to suit the individual, limited edition products, yet feasibly produced under a constrained budget.

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June 11, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK-Superfabulous-Postcard
Challenges

SuperFabulous needed a promotional item that would drive traffic to their newly launched website featuring discount designer apparel.

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May 2, 2004
Posted By: MSLK

MSLK’s course catalog redesign for the Larchmont Mamaroneck Center for Continuing Education receives an award

American Graphic Design Award
GD USA
2004

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