We had a wonderful time creating the wedding for Cecilia and Bret, a beautiful Brooklyn-based couple. We folded paper boats, strung together garland, and incorporated special details like Cecilia's grandmother's lace doilie collection. The event was full of love, and we're so excited for the happy couple.
See photos from the wedding here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.422889117748370.87328.11293791...
We love getting involved with local events, and we were really excited when we were recently asked to create an installation at the Northside Festival in Williamsburg. Using tags, we created colorful mobiles that hung on ropes above Bedford Avenue. We think they added a great touch of color and fun to what was already an incredible event.
Check out more photos on our facebook: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.397640143606601.81041.11293791...
Learn more about Northside here: http://www.northsidefestival.com/
Last week we had a great time styling an event for MTV Tr3s. To create a festive Latin feel, there was a Chiva bus, a taco stand, and a dulce shop. We incorporated a lot of colorful elements like Mexican blankets, exotic flowers, and picado banners.
The event was a blast! Tr3s presented their new season of shows, while guests got to chow down on nachos, tacos, and a whole lot of sweets. There was even a performance by Juanes, which got everyone in the party bus dancing.
An event with unlimited amounts of tacos? Count us in.
We are designing an event this fall in a space that has quite possibly one of the best views eva. So excited about the potential of this raw space and the opportunity to create some high rise magic!
Thank you Inhabitat for featuring our applause stage design!
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yesterday we had our first event in the lot next to our studio! it was so so so hot but all of our amazing friends came and helped us celebrate. we built benches and a cabana out of palettes we had left over from an event we designed at the natural history museum. a old cast iron sink we found on the street last week served as an alternative to ugly plastic coolers. our friends had just gone tubing down the delaware river and we were thrilled when they needed a place to store the tubes...instant seating!! our favorite thing on the whole lot was the photo op cut out that our friend max made.