The cups above were designed for famous Lindy's restaurant in New York City. They were keep sakes for tourists and given for free when customers ordered cocktails. Some point of purchase posters also were used in conjunction with this promotion. The cups were created in 2004 using Adobe Illustrator.
Prototype of a lucite trophy created for SL Green Real Estate Corporation in 2004. The design is a silhouette rendering of three of SL Green's most prominent Manhattan high-rises. A dieline was created in Adobe Illustrator used to produce the cast for the lucite along with the etched architectural details. The awards that were actually presented to the agents had $100 bills embedded in them.
The set of pens above was created for Better Homes and Gardens - Rand Realty's affiliated services, Rand Mortgage, Hudson Abstract and The Hudson Group Insurance Agency. The pad printed logo system was designed by Eric Ortner in an attempt to create a more unified brand identity for Rand Realty's affiliates. The pens were released in 2012.
The Fruit Harvest apron was part of an event marketing campaign for Kellogg's Corporation. The apron contained large front pockets for brand ambassadors to keep sample cereal boxes as they distributed them on the street. The Fruit Harvest logo was silk screened on the front of the apron.
These pint glasses were created for Riese Restaurants, owner of The Times Square Grill. These glasses were given away at the bar as a promotion hence the need for the restaurant's address. Times Square Grill has since changed names to Charley O's.
This day planner and note book was created for MTV studio's internal staff. However, it was so popular that they decided to sell it in the gift shop at MTV studios in Times Square. The notebook was created with monthly calendars on each page, check boxes and a year at a glance. It was created in 2004 using Adobe InDesign and Illustrator.
The MTV Movie Awards use the same basic trophy design of a bronze popcorn cup every year. To keep things interesting, the wrap around the cup changes for each year's award. In 2002 Eric Ortner had the honor of creating the design for the wrap. This proved to be a difficult project because the design needed to be flush at the seam of the cylinder. Eric also created the Winner envelope which is pictured. The Wrap and Envelope were designed using Adobe Illustrator and Quark XPress.