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Keeping Art in Schools

a Mixed Media Art Project at Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School

Art is the foundation of everything we do here at The Lemon Ad Stand. We are deeply moved by the connection between art and education. This passion drives our commitment to partner with schools to help students understand the joy they can find in art and the potential for art-related careers. We’re honored to have visited Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School to host a mixed media project for 4th and 7th graders.

The Year of Scodix Sense Application

ENGAGING THE SENSES

This year we’ve had several opportunities to display our expertise of Scodix Sense on a variety of projects. From business cards, folders, sales sheets and holiday cards, the possibilities to enhance these print projects have been vast. 

Whether a photograph or a vector file, our team of professionals have risen to the occasion and elevated the plane. If you are interested in engaging your clients’ senses let us add the finishing touch. 

2015 Graphic Design USA

American Package Design Award Recipient

This is our award winning package design project. It was created for Iris Ade who is a real-estate broker and luxury collection specialist in some of the most affluent neighborhoods in Chicago. She understands the value of her clients and always keeps them top-of-mind. The keepsake box contains a bound book filled with memories and photographs of the family and their recently sold home in which they will most likely never step foot in again. Each box and book is hand-crafted and completely customized for the family that will receive it.

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#LOVELOFT Event on Michigan Ave.

Photographed event featuring Chris Uphues

Our New York based client gave us the honor of shooting their #Lovefoft Event on Michigan Avenue. This event featured renowned artist & illustrator Chris Uphues as he painted the walls with his charismatic heart illustrations. We captured this event and it’s patrons as well as photographing the exterior and interiors of the Monroe Ave. and Michigan Ave. LOFT locations.