4 Nov

SDF LOUISVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DISTILLING GREAT EXPERIENCES

The Louisville International Airport looked to refresh their brand as a gateway to the world that reflects the heart and soul of Louisville for generations to come. Stakeholders along with the board authority explored options for a dynamic brand that created a sense of motion while capturing the ever-expanding economy, new conventions, community partnerships, and the growing cultural tourism our Louisville.

18 Jul

MURAL-LING IN BUFFALO

As part of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s busiest season of public art yet, a team of artists from the local design firm White Bicycle will begin transforming a building at 1260 Hertel Ave. into a community-centric mural. At the same time, longtime friends and artistic collaborators Chuck Tingley and Matthew Grote will fuse their styles on a large wall at 1503 Hertel.

30 Nov

BLINK CINCINNATI—FOUR BRIGHT NIGHTS

The sun was setting over a strange, futuristic-looking inflatable structure quietly sitting on the lawn of the newly renovated Music Hall. Projection towers and pylons had been conspicuously erected in front of buildings, parking lots, and green space all across the city center. Along the banks of the Ohio River, immensely large teeter totters started to sway, chime, and illuminate.

21 Nov

GLENDALE MILFORD BRIDGE

The Village of Evendale ( located just north of Cincinnati, Ohio ) approached IBI, Human Nature and Kolar Design to develop a master plan for the aesthetics of the I-75 and Neumann Way corridors through Evendale. In October 2015, the Design Team presented the final Master Plan for the corridor to the Village Council.

31 Oct

BLINK – RECAP

Kolar Design showcased a complementary “Enchanted Forest” environment to the, “Our Homecoming” Charlie Harper mural light projection by We Have Become Vikings, as well as large-scale inflatable rabbits by Parer Studio at the corner of E. Court and Walnut Streets during BLINK Cincinnati, October 12-15, 2017 downtown.

18 May

CINCINNATI CHILDREN’S CLINICAL SCIENCES PAVILION

When Cincinnati Children’s opened their new Clinical Sciences Pavilion it made a 14-story, 445,000 square-foot commitment to research, innovation, and collaboration. The Clinical Sciences Pavilion is located between the hospital’s main clinical care center and its companion research tower, the William Cooper Procter Pavilion. The positioning of this new facility is symbolic of its purpose which is to connect researchers and clinicians.