A promotional brochure to accompany a special edition of the National Geographic Traveler.
The brochure folds out, revealing a poster and a booklet within. Chapter openers interact with the poster and information is color coded according to location.
The Piano Anthology
A program booklet for an instrumental performance held at The Lincoln Center.
Gold at iNova Awards 2012
Conceptualized and designed a multi-functional website to combine the many facets of restaurant group, Schastye (Bar, Restaurant, Cafe and Confectionary), into one easily accessible space for general information, menus, news/updates, reservations, user interactivity, downloads, etc. Worked closely with a fellow creative to update the logo.
As a brand established in 1922, it was important for Worth & Worth to have a website that seamlessly fused their rich brand heritage, with contemporary lifestyle features and a robust commerce system.
Worth & Worth believed that an individual’s personality can be expressed through the hat they wear. The “icons” are central to the lifestyle integration throughout the website. Each icon is assigned a hat that best reflects their persona which is also shown on their music playlists, personal profiles and video story.
The website also educates the consumer about proper hat care, offers personal consultations and the opportunity to become the next W&W Icon.
Founded in 1922, Worth & Worth has had several owners and subsequently the logo has been through several evolutions. The key challenge was to maintain W&W’s original logotype’s timeless elegance yet give it a more contemporary feel.
The logo was applied to a variety of promotional pieces that included business Cards, letterhead, postcards detailing their services, hat labels and email newsletters.
commissioned as Designer @ GPNY
Underneath My Hat
As an avid contributor of the arts, Orlando Palacios has not only spent 20 years designing and creating the finest handcrafted hats for internationally renowned fashion brands, but has collaborated with countless designers and had his work featured in numerous exhibitions. Underneath My Hat serves as a personal archive for all his work up-to-date.