New Work

The Value of Our Voices

January 16, 2017 Branding, New Work

After such a divisive and vitriolic presidential campaign, a hole started to grow in my heart. I felt hopeless. Saddened. Selfishly, I longed for comfort. Selflessly, I prayed for national unity. I became desperate for a dialogue centered on what we all value as Americans: respect, love, acceptance, common good, compassion. As a designer, I wondered how…

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Festival Disruption

September 9, 2016 Event Graphics, New Work

FringeArts partnered with Masters Group Design for the 8th consecutive year to craft a memorable and distinct look for their 2016 Fringe Festival. The Festival’s world-class curated presentations never conform to a shared mood or theme but, this year, many present dark subject matter that can make audiences a bit uncomfortable and inspire questioning and discussion….

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Designing a Revolution

March 31, 2016 Event Graphics, New Work

MGD was hired by Philly Friendship Circle to design the materials for their 2016 benefit: “Start a Friendship Revolution”. A Brief Background The Friendship Circle connects teens and young adults to youth with special needs and their families. The organization offers a full range of Jewish and social experiences including creative arts group activities, Jewish…

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BZBI’s True Colors

March 8, 2016 Branding, New Work

Last year, Philadelphia’s Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel (BZBI) received a brand refresh when we designed their new website. We were inspired by the synagogue’s Neo-Gothic building and their extensive roster of community programs that aim to educate, engage and foster a feeling of belonging. To capture the vibrancy and excitement found in their engagement efforts, we infused the site with…

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A New Year’s Resolution!

January 25, 2015 New Work

NEW WORK In 2014, Masters Group Design was selected to redesign Perspectives, Einstein Healthcare Network’s community newsletter. We upsized it from a traditional letter size to a more attention grabbing format — 9″ x 12″. The layout was transformed to appear like a magazine with large engaging photographs and multiple sidebars with rich support content. On a…

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