For the second year in a row, Wall-to-Wall Studios provided graphic design and creative services for Ballet Hawaii's performance of The Nutcracker that includes guest artists from New York City Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Carolina Ballet, Ballet West, and Hawaii’s finest dancers along with the Ballet Hawaii Orchestra and Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus. In addition to designing the promotional poster, Wall-to-Wall Studios created the integrated marketing campaign with direct mail and print advertising.
December 22, 2010
December 21, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios designed and developed a Holiday e-Greeting for Hawaii National Bank, Hawaii's only locally owned, privately held bank that specializes in helping small to mid-sized businesses grow. Who knew just how many things you can do with a snow globe?
December 20, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios designed and developed the new website for Magee-Womens Research Institute & Foundation, a home for University of Pittsburgh researchers who are engaged in research that spans reproductive biology and development and diverse aspects of women’s health. The website uses W|W's custom Content Management System (W|W CMS) with an integrated calendar, news module and staff directory.
December 18, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios designed the rebranding of Marcus Studio that included a new identity/logo, stationery system, graphic standards and website (www.MarcusStudio.com). Founded by Craig Marcus in 1992, Marcus Studio's fine furniture work is often characterized by the ancestry of many “straight-line” styles admired for their simplicity and timeless beauty, including “Arts and Crafts”, Shaker, Danish, Scandanavian. From those rudimentary beginnings, Marcus Studio's work has evolved by introducing details derived from Japanese, French Noveau, as well as contemporary American and Italian pieces. The website is powered by W|W CMS, Wall-to-Wall Studios custom content management system with the News and Form Builder modules and PayPal integration.
December 14, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios designed the logo / identity for Heart Ball Pittsburgh 2011, the gala fundraiser of the American Heart Association Pittsburgh which will take place on Saturday, February 26 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. This year's event will feature the Asian theme "Good Fortune, Good Health" - the logo incorporates the Chinese character Fu, a traditional blessing meaning the same. In addition to the logo, Wall-to-Wall Studios is designing the event branding, invitation package and promotional materials. The Heart Ball is one of Pittsburgh’s premiere social and fundraising events, to learn more or attend, visit the American Heart Association website.
View the American Heart Association's Heart Ball 2010 case study.
December 7, 2010
Print's Regional Design Annual, the most comprehensive survey of graphic design in the United States, containing 200 pages of award-winning work, and the only design annual organized by geography, hit the newsstands in December 2010 containing a quote from Wall-to-Wall Studios partner and creative director, Larkin Werner. Werner's response to a question about the Pittsburgh design community:
"Pittsburgh has had a reputation for being fairly conservative, maybe a little
provincial, a vestige of our blue-collar history, perhaps. But there's a lot of great,
progressive, and smart design going on here."
December 1, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios co-founder and Partner, James Nesbitt is a featured artist in Pulp Friction, a special show at James Gallery in West End Village that will be showcasing unique incarnations of paper: burned, sliced, disguised, reclaimed, reconfigured. Pulp Friction opens Friday December 3rd.
November 30, 2010
For the tenth consecutive year, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center hired W|W to design its annual report. The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is a joint effort of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh together with Westinghouse Electric Company advancing the state-of-the-art in high-performance computing, communications and informatics and offers a flexible environment for solving the largest and most challenging problems in computational science. The Annual Report made its debut at the SC10 Conference in New Orleans, which also featured a promotional video by Wall-to-Wall Studios for SC11 in Seattle.
November 18, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios designed and produced a promotional video for SC11, the preeminent conference dedicated to supercomputing. SC11 will be hosted in Seattle in November 2011 and continues a long and successful tradition of engaging the international community in high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis, and for 2011 places an emphasis on bringing together communities to facilitate information exchange, discussions and new collaborations for research and education related to innovating high performance computing applications and advancing scientific discovery and scholarship. In addition to providing concept and design, Wall-to-Wall Studios also handled all filming, editing, animation and post-production.
November 16, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios launched an integrated marketing campaign for Jaco Rehab that includes a TV advertisement and website landing page (www.jacorehab.com/go). Jaco is a progressive physical therapy rehabilitation center in Hawaii. Wall-to-Wall Studios also designed Jaco's website, promotional brochure and other marketing materials.
November 9, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios recently launched the new branding for Valley School of Ligonier, an independent, coeducational, nondenominational, day school for kindergarten through Grade 9 students that was founded in 1946 and situated on 400 beautiful wooded acres. Wall-to-Wall Studios' re-branding efforts began with the creation of a brand platform via an integrated marketing and communications plan which was followed by the design of the new identity system (logo, seal, tagline, stationery system and usage guide). In the coming months, Valley School's new branding will be phased into all marketing communications, including the website that was also designed by Wall-to-Wall Studios.
Wall-to-Wall Studios Launches New Website for HICORE (The Hawaii Iniative for Childhood Obesity Research and Education)
November 8, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios launches a new website for The Hawaii Initiative for Childhood Obesity Research and Education (HICORE.org), an organization that provides collaborative and multi-disciplinary leadership in research and education on childhood obesity, physical activity and nutrition in Hawaii. The Initiative is based at the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics and is the collaborative effort of academic and community partners in Hawaii. Wall-to-Wall Studios designed and developed the new HICORE website powered by W|W's Content Management System.
November 5, 2010
This First Friday in Honolulu, the vote is not yet over: We're letting the people decide.
Bring a friend. Bring beer. Or bring wine. The choice is up to you.
Wall-to-Wall Studios' First Friday Happy Hour is back. 6pm. Be there, Aloha.
November 3, 2010
Commercial Data Systems is a specialized system integrator that delivers value-based products and services to a diversified and sophisticated public sector and commercial client base. The $80 million IT integration company maintains offices in Honolulu (corporate headquarters) and Albuquerque (mainland headquarters), with field representatives servicing the company's east coast clients and nationwide. Wall-to-Wall Studios designed and developed the new CDS website powered by W|W's Content Management System.
November 2, 2010
Wall-to-Wall Studios designed the 2009-2010 Annual Report for The Frick Art & Historical Center (aka, The Frick Pittsburgh), located on the Victorian estate of late-19th century industrialist Henry Clay Frick. The Annual Report's non-traditional fold-out poster format functions as a direct mail piece and a marketing tool, and continues to reinforce The Frick Pittsburgh's campaign, One Museum. Many Experiences. Recently, Wall-to-Wall Studios also launched an integrated marketing campaign for The Frick Pittsburgh that included outdoor, transit and print advertising, as well as other communication devices.
October 30, 2010
The state of Hawaii marked another milestone in its 12-year, $2.3 billion Airport Modernization Program today with a dedication ceremony for its new International Terminal arrivals corridor. The 2,100-foot-long enclosed, air-conditioned corridor at Honolulu Airport has glass windows on the outside with a series of three people-mover systems that will eliminate the need for Wiki-Wiki shuttle buses...
Read more via Honolulu Star Advertiser.
View the W|W Case Study: Hawaii Airports Modernization Website