is an umbrella that we conceptualized and designed for the Municipal
Art Society, in cooperation with the MTA. Black on the outside, the
umbrella opens up to reveal the famous constellation ceiling of Grand
Central Terminal. The proceeds go to the MAS, wonderful organization,
which is involved in preserving and enhancing the city. Available at
Urban Center Books (212 935 3960).
are invitations for Municipal Art Society events. The MAS is one of
our favorite organizations in the city, dedicated to enhancing and preserving
the city, and making it a more livable community.
invitation on the left was for the first anniversary of the Urbanists,
which is a division of the MAS. Printed with silver ink, it is a die-cut
with images of the city on four flaps, which then fold out revealing
is the invitation and program for the MAS 2001annual benefit, which
was at Lever House. The invite was created with metallic gold ink (for
the moon, the medal, and the type) on cobalt blue, and was also die-cut
and folded out.
was an ad pitch for the comeback ad campaign for Fiorucci, which we were
obsessed with in the '80's. The clothing and accessories company used to
have a store in Manhattan, where you could easily bump into Andy Warhol
and Debbie Harry (two of our idols!), on the same day.
*Note: All images are
and ads for Fire & Water, a lighting
and furniture company, which is also part of the Bergworks GBM studio.
For so many reasons, we love designing for Fire & Water.
All designs and material contained herein (unless
otherwise noted) © David Bergman or Lori Greenberg.
The Fire & Water logo is a trademark of David Bergman.
The Visual Seltzer logo is a trademark of David Bergman
and Lori Greenberg