Cover design created for No Labels' first book, A Shared Vision for a Stronger America, edited by Senator Manchin and Governor Huntsman.
Appeared on Morning Joe January 2014.
Creative Direction: Megan Flood
Design: Megan Flood, Yejin Shin and Claire Harold
Illustration: Anna McAlpine and Yejin Shin
Collaborated with No Labels to design MAKE GOVERNMENT WORK!, a program backed by 81 No Labels Problem Solvers, Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. House and Senate. The bills are the Problem Solvers' first legislative initiative, and mark a first step toward rebuilding trust across the aisle to solve problems
As all of the bills revolved around reducing inefficiency and duplication in government, we used the overprinting technique to echo the overlap and duplication in government.
Designed a series of bold, energetic pieces for Ogilvy PR, with the theme "Classic. New Twists." Collaborated with the amazing Frederic Benaglia to produce the whimsical illustrations.
Recipient of the 2014 Print Celebrates Design Award
Megan Flood, founder of Marine Lane, committed herself to creating a special experience for her NYC wedding to high school sweetheart Timmy Beringer. Megan and her team transformed the wedding cocktail hour into an art gallery, which celebrated the couple's 8-year journey.
The wedding invitation said the reception was at "The Art Gallery." Guests were truly shocked when they arrived and stepped into a personalized art exhibit about the bride and groom!
Timmy and Megan’s handwriting was blown up on the walls, describing each of the six 8-foot paintings that told the story of their relationship. A gentleman in a top hat greeted guests and distributed programs. The gallery also included a hanging paper heart installation, and a phototribute to the couple’s parents and grandparents.
Lastly and most importantly, the reception venue, Prince George Ballroom, is owned by Common Ground. Common Ground is an organization that helps NYC homeless get back on their feet. Megan has been involved in helping the homeless for the past 4 years; her senior thesis on the homeless, Living Without Doorknobs, has been featured twice on National Public Radio.
Creative Direction & Art Direction: Megan Flood
Typography: Megan Flood and Timmy Beringer
Illustration: Frederic Benaglia
Copy Editing: David Kornhaber
Heart Installation: Alana Jones-Mann
Heart Illustrations: Anna McAlpine
Design: Yejin Shin
Caterer: Real Food Catering
Videographer: Fiore Films
Floral and Production: Blush Designs
Photographer: Sue Kessler, Christian Oth Photography
Custom event creative for an exclusive pop-up supper club at the Setai Penthouse in NYC. The event promoted Tupperware's newest line of upscale cooking products.
The dinner was prepared by James Beard Award-Winner, Chef Michael White. Attendees included John Legend, Deborah Cox, Caroline Rhea, Ashanti, and NFL star Dhani Jones.
"Tuesday at the penthouse of the Setai Fifth Avenue, there were no silly games, no Swedish meatballs and no packets of money-saving recipes. In place was an impromptu performance by R&B singer Deborah Cox with John Legend on piano, a four-course meal by chef Michael White and a booklet with instructions on how to make veal with pancetta cream sauce."
-The Wall Street Journal
Awarded the 2012 AIGA Justified Award, this contemporary 32-page booklet for NO LABELS’ 12 Steps to Make Congress Work is certainly an unexpected design for Capitol Hill.
Make Congress Work is No Labels’ first grassroots campaign to effect real change in our government at a time when our nation faces immense challenges. No Labels believes the biggest problem with Congress is the outdated rules; the 12 proposals are simple and straightforward to promote constructive discussion in Congress.
The booklet was highlighted in a 6-minute segment on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.
Created branding for Dashlocker, a new dry-cleaning service in New York City that enables customers to drop off and pick up their clothes from public lockers, 24/7.
To highlight the swiftness of the service, we incorporated an ostrich into the Dashlocker branding, as the ostrich is the world's fastest two-legged animal.
"An eye-catching logo." -Adweek.com
Designed the No Labels "Stop Fighting, Start Fixing" pins, worn by 70+ members of Congress from both sides of the aisle, at President Obama's 2013 and 2014 State of the Union address.
"Another symbol of bipartisan unity tonight…about 40 members of Congress are wearing the Orange Pins, which stands for the No Lables movement. These are Democrats and Republicans who are committed to reaching across the aisle to get things done."
"The newest push on the part of lawmakers revolves around a clothing accessory - an attention-grabbing orange lapel pin that more than three dozen lawmakers will wear to signify their intent to "put their country first- ahead of party."
Featured on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, this booklet was created for No Labels’ plan to Make the Presidency Work!
The intent was to create a vibrant, bold piece that excited readers about No Labels’ Presidency plan. We collaborated with award-winning illustrator Olimpia Zagnoli to develop the color-blocked illustrations.
Art directed, researched and designed an engaging and easily-digestible infographic that illustrated the rise of employee health coverage costs.
Designed and directed the album cover design for the NO LABELS ANTHEM. The single, performed by Deborah Cox and composed by Akon, is available on iTunes.
The album artwork is made up of an iconic symbol of our country – paired with contemporary typography. The abstracted American flag was created using acrylic paints.
Designed custom car wraps in collaboration with five top fashion bloggers; designs were presented and voted on by Facebook fans and the winning design was produced on a smart car; ROI for smart client was strong and resulted in significant increase of social media followers for brand.
reated a custom glass invitation for the auction of Glenfiddich's final Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve. The invitation was screen printed on glass and doubled as a paper weight.
Rebranding for Fjord Fisheries, a high-end fishery located in Cos Cob and Greenwich, CT.
Designed logo and branding materials for Hedera Weddings, a luxury destination wedding planning firm, with headquarters in New York City and Rome.
A modern infinity symbol was created, made up of romantic ivy (hedera) leaves.
Designed a custom donor packet for No Labels.
Developed title and cover design for first time author Marcella Rosen’s book, Tiny Dynamo. The book shines a light on how Israel, one of the world’s smallest countries, is also one of the most innovative. The large typography on the cover was intended to illustrate the strong impact Israel’s inventions have had on the modern world.
Branding for a new tech company in Palo Alto.
Rebranded New York Center for Autism Charter School, the first public charter school in NY State dedicated exclusively to children with autism and their families.
Branding for a designer boutique on the Upper West Side.
Branding for a well-known fashion designer in downtown NYC. JDC creates custom, classic and elegant dress designs. The logo was achieved by hand-drawing a custom “J” with needle and thread.