• David Zwirner Books Catalogue

    Apr 24, 2015

    David Zwirner Books, the publishing house of the contemporary art gallery, has launched its inaugural book catalogue, designed by Remake. The 156-page catalogue features a variety of titles, interspersed with spreads on each artist. A balance between the rigor of an organized grid system and a more organic compositional aesthetic create a refined and highly individual character for the catalogue.


  • National Jazz Museum in Harlem Identity

    Apr 24, 2015

    Remake has been collaborating with the National Jazz Museum in Harlem on refreshing its visual identity, and applying this updated system to a variety of communication materials. As part of this process, Remake has designed key elements in the museum’s literature suite, and has provided a guidelines document so the museum can design more efficiently in-house.


  • C’H’C’M’ Booklet

    Feb 18, 2015

    Menswear retailer C’H’C’M’ has launched its own line of clothing through partnerships with selected international brands. To document and celebrate these collaborations and the expanding line itself, a booklet series was initiated. Each booklet features text and photography supplied by the manufacturers, as presented by C’H’C’M’. Future books will share format and design elements, but will each be printed in a different single color.


  • New United States Postal Service Stamps

    Feb 18, 2015

    Remake has designed two new stamps for the USPS. The $1 and $2 stamps feature billowing linear artwork in overprinting red and blue, creating a related counterpoint to the award-winning stamps that Remake designed in 2012.


  • Ayala de Chinati Logotype

    Oct 23, 2014

    Remake has digitally re-drawn Judd Foundation’s Ayala de Chinati logotype. Designed by Donald Judd in the manner of a traditional cattle brand, the logotype was utilized on buildings, vehicles, belt buckles, and other applications during Judd’s lifetime. To create this digital version, a number of source materials were consulted, including historic photos and Judd’s original pencil drawings for the design.


  • Eclipse Publication

    Aug 21, 2014

    Remake collaborated with artist duo Sayler / Morris on this ‘Eclipse’ publication, which accompanies their exhibition of the same name at Mass MoCA. Both publication and installation explore the 100th anniversary of the extinction of the passenger pigeon, birds once so numerous that their flocks filled the sky and blocked out the sun. See the show through September 2015, and pick up the free publication.


  • Walking Book

    Aug 21, 2014

    ‘Walking’ is a book of photographs by photographer Jason Powell. The images document his time spent in Los Angeles over a 6-month period. The book employs an innovative grid system to create an uneven rhythm that still has a clear tonal center.


  • C’H’C’M’ Own-Label Branding

    May 23, 2014

    C’H’C’M’, the premier NYC menswear shop, is launching its exceptional own-label line in autumn / winter 2014. Remake has been involved with applying the C’H’C’M’ visual identity to the own-label items, including a whisper-quiet label design, shown above. The aesthetic mirrors the reduced, clean, and unostentatious ethos of the clothing line.


  • Steve Arnaudin Architect Identity

    Apr 03, 2014

    Steve Arnaudin is a North Carolina-based architect whose work bridges a modernist vocabulary with vernacular local architecture. This identity system expresses his unique approach through a considered logotype that implies architectural order and spatial depth. It is the keystone of a system that will be rolled out across numerous communication materials in the near future.


  • Judd Foundation Patron Materials

    Mar 03, 2014

    Judd Foundation has launched a new patron program, which is promoted and visualized in two fold-out posters. The posters display each level’s benefits within a series of colored stripes, creating an atypically bold set of membership materials.


  • Stamps Win Prestigious AIGA Award

    Jan 02, 2014

    The four high denomination stamps designed for the United States Postal Service have been selected in the AIGA Justified competition. The competition recognizes exceptional design solutions that serve as a benchmark for efficacy, clarity, and accessibility. The stamps were one of 14 selected projects, drawn from hundreds of submissions.


  • Fractal Management Identity

    Dec 04, 2013

    Remake has developed a visual identity system for Fractal Management, a full-service real estate boutique based in New York. The core symbol expresses the name of the business through a self-similar series of forms that link notions of organization, perfection, and harmony. Stationery and printed materials are currently in production.


  • Light Work Publications

    Oct 22, 2013

    Following the re-branding of Light Work with a new identity system, Remake has designed two new publications as well. The Contact Sheet Annual and Contact Sheet issue 173 both reflect the refreshed identity and incorporate the completely re-designed publication system that Remake has developed with Light Work over the past year.


  • Braun systems Exhibition Poster

    Oct 22, 2013

    systems is an exhibition of posters inspired by Braun products being held in London in November and December. Remake has contributed a poster featuring a humble juicer, as a suggestion that Braun products, while exceptionally well-designed, are objects intended to fade into the background of everyday life.


  • Uli + Associates Identity

    Jul 23, 2013

    Remake has developed a new corporate identity system for architectural practice Uli + Associates. The logotype is a succinct visualization of the word ULI, creating a unique and highly memorable wordmark through the repetition of forms.


  • New Judd Foundation Projects

    May 15, 2013

    In preparation for the June re-opening of 101 Spring Street, the New York residence of Donald Judd, Remake has been collaborating with Judd Foundation on a variety of projects. Shown here is the press sheet for a re-opening invitation poster. A 26-inch square, the poster features the square west elevation of 101 Spring Street printed in black ink on silver on one side. The other side lists donors, supporters, the many teams and individuals responsible for the renovation, and statistics about the contents of the building.


  • Arenson Bertoia Unbound Poster

    May 13, 2013

    This poster is the result of an exciting collaboration between Remake and Arenson, a leader in high-quality office interiors and commercial furniture. The poster was created for a springtime exhibition of artwork by the designer and artist Harry Bertoia, and features a graphic interpretation of his work on the front with an exhibition checklist on the reverse.


  • Off the Grid Identity

    May 13, 2013

    Designers Frederick McSwain and François Chambard have created an exhibition of new work, for which Remake developed this logotype. The four angles in the logotype suggest the cardinal directions and sketch the corners of an implied diamond, outside of which the typography slips away, off the grid, as it were.


  • Light Work Identity

    Mar 25, 2013

    Remake has been working with Light Work, a non-profit photography organization, on re-defining its visual identity. New stationery featuring the just-unveiled Light Work symbol (shown above) has been produced, and a variety of other print materials and publications are underway.


  • Judd Foundation Window Graphics

    Jan 10, 2013

    Construction at 101 Spring Street, the home and studio of Donald Judd (and headquarters of Judd Foundation) is progressing rapidly. Remake has created a series of temporary block-out window graphics that feature the Judd Foundation logotype in a variety of colors.


  • Hong Kong at 15 Identity

    Nov 15, 2012

    Hong Kong at 15 is an exhibition celebrating the anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover, and featuring three architectural projects recently completed there by NY-based firms. Remake has designed the identity and typography for the exhibition on view at the Center for Architecture.


  • United States Postal Service Stamps

    Oct 18, 2012

    Remake has designed a series of four high denomination stamps for the USPS. The stamps are currently in production and will be available in December. Above is a detail of the artwork used on the $5 stamp.


  • C’H’C’M’ Brand Development

    Oct 10, 2012

    Remake has been working with menswear retailer C’H’C’M’ on developing its brand identity and applications. The work is focused on refining existing assets and creating entirely new elements. The main addition is a series of subtly varied “thread” designs, bisecting everything from stationery to shopping bags to environments, linking each together in a refined chain.


  • New Judd Foundation Projects

    Sep 05, 2012

    Numerous projects with Judd Foundation are underway, beginning with new stationery materials. Each item was printed in 13 different Pantone colors which correspond to RAL colors that Judd used in his enameled metal artwork.


  • New Practices New York Exhibition

    Jun 19, 2012

    The exhibition for New Practices New York at the Center for Architecture is open through September. Visitors can pick up a free newsprint publication for the show, also designed by Remake.


  • NYDesigns Identity

    May 01, 2012

    Remake has partnered with NYDesigns, a non-profit that provides a variety of resources and tools for designers and design-driven businesses. The first major step in this collaboration has been the development of a new visual identity featuring a symbol that connotes a sense of the design process intersecting business and creativity. Brand guidelines are currently being developed, and the first print materials are underway.


  • Spring at the Center Subway Poster

    Apr 19, 2012

    To promote springtime programming and exhibitions, Remake has created this subway poster for the Center for Architecture. The selected photo of the Center informed a typographic strategy of massing blocks and typography that dialogue with the composition of the image, creating a layered spatial effect.


  • Matthew Stacey Photography

    Mar 14, 2012

    Remake has designed a new identity and literature for New York City-based photographer, Matthew Stacey. In reflecting the iconic, object-centered quality of the photography, a carefully spaced all-caps logotype encourages a dual interpretation of the wordmark. The letterforms read as words, but they also stand as semi-independent figures, anchored by a powerful vertical stroke.


  • Building Back Exhibition

    Jan 10, 2012

    Designed for AKRF, this recent exhibition surveyed 30 years of growth and re-development in New York City. Project boards of different depths overlapped one another to create a variegated wall topography suggestive of urban density.


  • Artists and Legacy Book

    Dec 13, 2011

    Produced for the Isamu Noguchi Museum, this book serves as documentation of a symposium that explored how artists plan their legacies.


  • New Practices New York

    Dec 08, 2011

    The first materials for New Practices New York are underway. NPNY is a biannual competition focused on emerging architecture studios. The program identity is built on a simple form that relates to the geometric construction of the letter N, suggests the tail of an awards ribbon, and creates a stable architectural platform that folds in space. A 24 x 36 inch poster has been produced to promote the call for entries, and the winning firms will be featured in an exhibition and publication, also designed by Remake.


  • Branding High Speed Rail

    Jun 24, 2011

    If the US is going to take high speed rail seriously, the network will require an authoritative and engaging corporate image. Remake developed a concept for such a branding system as part of a call for ideas focused on improving dialogue and critical thinking about high speed rail.


  • Project Workshop Identity

    Jun 23, 2011

    Remake has developed an identity and branding for design and fabrication company Project Workshop. The direct, utilitarian nature of the name is echoed in a logo that communicates precision and incremental building units. Measurement, an all-pervasive common denominator in the workshop environment, is exploited as a modular graphic language.


  • Ongoing Work with Judd Foundation

    Apr 12, 2011

    As 101 Spring Street, the New York residence of Donald Judd, undergoes restoration, Remake has created exterior site signage for the building. Remake is also developing new print materials with Judd Foundation, in support of upcoming events and programs.


  • ARC PC Book

    Mar 21, 2011

    Remake continues to work on a variety of projects with architectural practice ARC PC. The most recent project, still in progress, is a new firm book featuring 18 case studies. Press proofs (shown above) were produced in order to test printing processes with metallic inks and tinted varnishes. The final book will be both a retrospective portfolio, focusing on highlights of work produced in the past decade, as well as a marketing piece explaining the services offered by ARC PC.


  • McSwain Identity

    Feb 25, 2011

    McSwain is a conceptual design studio that explores overlaps between art, design, and popular culture. A fundamental component of the emerging brand identity, the symbol visualizes a rational dynamism. As McSwain focuses primarily on furniture design, allusions to joinery and construction were also suggested.


  • BRB Architects Identity

    Feb 25, 2011

    Work on a new identity for architecture practice BRB Architects (formerly Butler Rogers Baskett) has resulted in a new logotype. The logotype expresses the firm’s clarity of thinking and problem-solving, and its commitment to modernist architecture. The logotype will be applied to stationery and other business communications and is the keystone of a new website currently being developed by Remake.


  • Franklin + Gower Lookbook

    Jan 12, 2011

    Remake has developed the design of the Fall / Winter 2011 lookbook for Los Angeles fashion brand, Franklin + Gower. The design is derived from the panoramic photography shot on a balcony high in the Hollywood Hills and creates a sweeping, cinematic effect.


  • Brooklyn Cookworks Identity

    Dec 20, 2010

    Remake is currently developing a new brand identity for culinary studio Brooklyn Cookworks. The symbol references the company’s goal of treating food as an art form within the context of the table—the center of conversations and friendships.


  • Studio Work in New Book

    Sep 23, 2010

    Several recent projects by Remake, including printed literature for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, a trend forecast booklet for Teague, and the 2009 Design Awards program for the American Institute of Architects (shown above), were recently published in “Great Graphic Design on a Budget.” The book is produced by HOW books, and covers a range of examples demonstrating that a limited budget can be an asset in developing strong design solutions.


  • Teague Booklet in Communication Arts

    Apr 13, 2010

    Remake’s capabilities booklet for industrial design firm Teague was recently featured in Communication Arts magazine’s Design Annual.