News | December 2016


Merry Christmas and Holiday Wishes from Imagine This Design
Digital illustration entitled, Winter in Fontana di Trevi, inspired by Art Deco travel posters of the 20s and 30s. Each print is limited to an edition of 350. Printed on canvas. Size: 29 x 37 inches.



December 2016

The Helen Sanders Thrift Shop
Visual identity, social media design, and promotional material for a non-profit entitled, The Helen Sanders Thrift Shop. All proceeds from the store benefit the seniors at Daughters of Miriam Center.



May 2016

Imagine This Design Launches New Website!
Imagine This Design is pleased to announce the launch of its newly designed website at www.imaginethisdesign.com. The new website was redesigned to highlight our newest projects as well as our portfolio. Our primary goal was to create a website completely responsive to the multitude of browser formats as well as a custom mobile design allowing more accessibility to our artwork.

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December 2015

Holiday Wishes from Imagine This Design
Original artwork entitled, Winter in the Forbidden City inspired by Art Deco Travel Posters of the 20s and 30s. It is the first in a series of four digitial illustration entitled, Seasons in China. Each print is limited to an edition of 350. Printed on canvas. Size: 29 x 37 inches.



December 2015

The Helen Sanders Thrift Shop
Visual identity, social media design, and promotional material for a non-profit entitled, The Helen Sanders Thrift Shop. All proceeds from the store benefit the seniors at Daughters of Miriam Center.



September 2015

The Helen Sanders Thrift Shop
Visual identity, social media design, and promotional material for a non-profit entitled, The Helen Sanders Thrift Shop. All proceeds from the store benefit the seniors at Daughters of Miriam Center.



May 2015

Privacy Art Screen
Environmental design and architectural installation of a 32 foot Privacy Art Screen with a 16 foot trellis, designed to train our Wisteria, is constructed of exterior pressure treated lumber with 1 x 6 inch, 2 x 4 inch, 2 x 6 inch, and 4 x 6 inch boards. The art screen consists of four panels with equal dimensions of 8 feet x 8.5 feet. The trellis is the same dimensions, except there are no wooden panels just two decorative 4 x 8 foot frosted Acrylic Plexiglas, attached horizontally. Underneath the Plexiglas are two open spaces that measure 8 feet x 4.5 feet. Running through the trellis posts are three 16 foot trellis wires attached to the 4 x 6 inch posts. There are seven 4 x 6 inch posts set in concrete footings with a gravel base in each of the 24 inch holes. The art screen is approx. 20 inches from our pre-existing six-foot stockade fence. The art screen is stained with a gray wood stain to match the color of our fence as well as to blend into the natural surroundings. The panels are decorated with a series of illustrations that my wife Susan and I designed entitled, “The City in Seasons.” This series was on display at the Little Falls Public Library. Each illustration is printed on vinyl to endure the weather. In front of each post wooden boxes are placed. Ornamental grass is plantedin each box along with potted ferns that hang from each post. The depth of the entire structure is approx. 5.5 inches.



December 2014

Holiday Wishes from Imagine This Design
Original artwork entitled, Winter in Japan inspired by Art Deco Travel Posters of the 20s and 30s. It is the first in a series of four digitial illustration entitled, Seasons in China. Each print is limited to an edition of 350. Printed on canvas. Size: 29 x 37 inches.



September 2014

Custom Wooden Deck
Environmental design and architectural installation of a Custom Wooden Deck built with prime pressure-treated lumber and stained grey with an exterior acrylic solid for the highest protection. To the left and right sides of the deck are privacy walls. Each wall consists of two 6 x 6 foot sections built with 2 x 6 boards with 3/4 inch gaps between each board for air flow.



January 2013

CNN's "23 Best Weather Photos of 2012"
It is an honor and privilege to announce that our photo, captured in Union Beach, NJ, after Hurricane Sandy, was selected by CNN as one of the "23 Best Weater Photos of 2012."

CNN.com



December 2013

Rising Waters 2.0: Photographs of Sandy is on Display at the Museum of the City of New York
It is an honor and privilege to announce that one of our Hurricane Sandy photographs will be on display at the Museum of the City of New York. Our photograph entitled, End of Day, captured in Barnegat, NJ, was selected for the “Rising Waters 2.0: More Photographs of Sandy” presentation. The presentation will be on view from Thursday, December 26 through Sunday, January 5 at the Museum of the City of New York. Our image is one of 400 selected for the digital slideshow presentation, shown on two 80 inch screens and will run on a loop between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM, on the first floor of the Museum at the entrance to the Rising Waters exhibition. The museum is located at 1220 Fifth Avenue (at 103rd Street) New York, NY. For your information, The Museum of the City of New York is part of what is referred to as Museum Mile. This includes: El Museo del Barrio at 104th Street, Museum of the City of New York at 103rd Street, International Center of Photography at 94th Street, Jewish Museum at 92nd Street, Cooper-Hewitt National Museum of Design at 91st Street, National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts at 89th Street, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum at 88th Street, Metropolitan Museum of Art from 82-86 Street, and the Goethe House German Cultural Center at 82nd Street.



October 2013

Hurricane Sandy Photography Exhibition
We are proud to announce our Hurricane Sandy Photography Exhibition, commemorating the one year anniversary of this tragic event, will be held at the Little Falls Public Library on October 23 - November 30, 2013. Pictured above is the Jet-Star Roller Coaster as it sat in the Atlantic Ocean. Captured during a Police ride-along through the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in Seaside Heights, NJ. Awarded 1st Place by the Ringwood Manor Associations of Arts.



October 2013


This Old House Magazine
Featured photography in the October 2013 issue of This Old House: magazine, website, and tablet, for the"2013 Best Old-House Neighborhoods". This Old House is an American home improvement magazine published by Time Inc. and has a print run of approx. one million.

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January 2013


"We the Forgotten People"
We are proud to have our photography and story entitled, "We the Forgotten People..." featured on CNN.com.

CNN.com



December 2012

Grand Opening of The Helen Sanders Thrift Shop
Visual identity, social media design, and promotional material for a non-profit entitled, The Helen Sanders Thrift Shop. All proceeds from the store benefit the seniors at Daughters of Miriam Center.






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