Client:

Coca-Cola

Description:

The Ocean Is Our Life Support System. Marine Debris is threatening our Oceans Future. Make A Difference. We created a brand engagement program that emphasized the impact that one person can have on saving our ocean and water ways around the globe. This system was rolled out globally using physical activations and social media engagement leading to an overwhelming increase in the number of volunteers for this years clean up efforts.

Credits:

Alan Woodruff [Strategy/Art Direction]
Georgios Saliaris [Design]
Jared Dalcourt [Design]

Client:

Nike & Miami Light Project

Description:

Miami Light Project / Nike Filmmakers Bootcamp is a 4-week summer camp where Miami youth get to learn vital skills necessary to filmmaking. This logo illustrates a continuous strip of film spelling out the initials for "Filmmakers Bootcamp", while incorporating equal parts of both sponsor identities.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Design]

Client:

Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology

Description:

A modern identity for a music department unlike any other.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Design]

Client:

U.S. Marine Corps

Description:

The U.S. Marine Corp needed a mark signifying their new component command in Africa. There are a lot of issues to be aware of in designing heraldry and this design was no different. It was important that the Eagle/Globe/Anchor logo did not interfere with the visibility of the continent of Africa, instead the two needed to coexist peacefully.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Art Direction]
Larry Luk [Design]

Client:

Nice Kicks

Description:

Nice Kicks approached our brand, We Are the Process, about producing a capsule collection for their Austin, TX store in conjunction with 2011's South by Southwest festival.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Design]

Client:

Future Digital LLC

Description:

Future Digital, a boutique digital capture company in New York, wanted a hip, modern look to their brand. We gave them a logo & stark color palette that we have carried into a variety of deliverables since. Their business cards were our favorites.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Design]
Larry Luk [Design]

Client:

Audible Recording Boutique

Description:

Dirty South Productions came to EC with the need to change their identity to something that showcased their ability to accommodate an array of musical talent while keeping a hip hop flavor.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Design]

Client:

Jorge Menes

Description:

Jorge Menes is an Atlanta & New Orleans-based photographer who works with bold concepts and a natural ability behind the lens. After working with Jorge on numerous occasions, we noticed how Rock and Roll and Jorge’s creative processes coexist. The logo also works with 3D glasses.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Design]

Client:

Rebel Wine Company

Description:

Firehose Riesling was created to complement the spiciest of dishes, with a palate that is crisp and refreshing. Using a “less is more” approach, we realized that clean typography and simple illustration conveyed cooling taste and refreshment.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Design]

Client:

Nate Shaw & Will Scruggs

Description:

C.C. Booker III is a band of selected players from the East Coast of the United States, mainly Atlanta and New York. The logo conveys the sum of many parts with a retro feel.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Design]

Client

Yaari.com

Description

Yaari.com was a popular social networking website created for Indians around the globe. EC was tasked to suggest a connectivity between people as they met via the Yaari network.

Credit

Larry Luk [Design]

Client:

Coca-Cola Global Branding & Creative Excellence Teams

Description:

Coca-Cola felt like their new global brand department needed a breath of fresh air. They needed someone to put some life back into their surroundings, so they asked us to assemble a team to redesign their conference rooms and other environments. EC worked together with Wade Thompson & Megan Huntz on Project Fourt. Four people brought together under unique circumstances, given an outlet to express their unbounded creativity.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Design]
Georgios Saliaris [Design]

Description:

This unique department at Georgia Tech was looking to liven up it's online presentation of itself. EC restructured the hierarchy of the website, along with introducing a new color scheme and logo for GTCMT.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Web Design] Ted Ullrich [Web Development]

Description:

Plywood People: An innovative community addressing social needs. The website functions as a blog & a retail portal all for social good.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Web Design]
Ted Ullrich [Web Development]

Description:

We translated the brand that we had already created for Future Digital to the web. Using Flash, we added hints of whimsy that would otherwise have been absent.

Credits:

Ted Ullrich [Web Development]
Larry Luk [Web Design]

Description:

Five years ago, Coach Luma Mufleh started a Fugees team to provide refugee boys with free access to organized soccer. Since then, the Fugees Family has had the national spotlight on them through published books and CNN features. When they approached us about a new website, we were excited to help tell their story.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Web Design]
Ted Ullrich [Web Development]

Description:

Approaching the luxury sailing market in a different way, EC delivered a one-of-a-kind ticket portal to Schooner Welcome. We felt the online experience should echo the what one would actually see on a sail. Therefore the landing page incorporates an exciting full-screen video while full-screen photo galleries help to sell tickets for an array of sails offered.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Web Design]
Ted Ullrich [Web Development]
Joe Martinez [Photography]

Description:

Michael Habachy is an acclaimed interior and furniture designer based in Atlanta, Georgia. His style & taste levels translates into his design firm, Habachy Designs. The firm needed a way to boldly showcase their work. Our response was to implement full-screen browsing of their many portfolio pieces with movable navigation.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Web Design]
Ted Ullrich [Web Development]

Client:

Khu.sh

Description:

EC designed the user-interface for this clever musical iPhone app developed by Khu.sh.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Design]

Client:

Personal

Description:

A limited run 2-color screen print poster project.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Illustration]

Client:

We Are the Process

Description:

One of the mainstay graphics of our clothing collection. A remix of classic imagery that many Southerners are familiar with.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Illustration]
Jorge Menes [Art Direction]

Client:

We Are the Process

Description:

One of the lead graphics for We Are the Process' Summer 2009 campaign. Tomahawk Girl references motifs in Atlanta Braves folklore and presents a new story of how the Dirty South was won.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Illustration]

Client:

We Are the Process

Description:

A series depicting the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse. Released as individual t-shirt graphics for the We Are the Process collection.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Illustration]

Client:

We Are the Process

Description:

A Summer 2010 offering from the PROCESS Collection.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Illustration]
Jorge Menes [Art Direction]

Client:

Universal Republic

Description:

This package was sent out to radio stations across the country. It was necessary to catch the eye of a disc jockey as he rifled though stacks of promotional CDs. Rehab's song, "1980", evokes memories of high school and young love. We wanted to reference those glory days with Varsity styling and the iconic imagery of a high school ring.

Credits:

Larry Luk [Illustration]

Client:

Standard Boutique

Description:

Farshad from Standard asked EC to help him turn his latest store into a pop culture experience. Sharing a love for Roy Lichtenstien, we immediately decided to hand paint the walls in honor of the man himself. This task was much more daunting than you'd think! And yes, that's grass! No it's not real!

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Illustration / Painting]
Larry Luk [Illustration / Painting]

Client:

Rob Wonder

Description:

A promotional image commissioned by Rob Wonder for a digital press kit.

Credits:

Georgios Saliaris [Illustration]
Zach Wolfe [Photography]

Client:

Modern Atlanta

Description:

The Nais wire chair is constructed from titanium & is extremely lightweight & sturdy. Modern Atlanta wanted an image of this chair to portray it's unique attributes in an abstract & drastic way.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]

Client:

Portfolio Center

Description:

Heading Coca-Cola's Creative Excellence Department is no easy task. One of David's charges is to find new ways for his company to become more environmentally responsible. What happens when there's no more water to make Coca-Cola?

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]

Client:

Portfolio Center

Description:

Luba Lukova's ability to deliver a message with strong graphical communications is known worldwide. If you've lived a day, you've probably seen her work. The idea behind this portrait was to emulate the nature of her print work.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]
Georgios Saliaris [Illustration]

Client:

Modern Atlanta

Description:

Modern Atlanta invited Atlanta's most talented architects to the High Museum to recognize their contributions to the architectural landscape. Some of the most notable talents in this photo are: Philip Babb [Philip Babb Architecture] & Lee Ann Gamble [G+G Architects].

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]

Client:

Modern Atlanta

Description:

Architects Brian Bell & David Yocum begin every project with extensive research. Often times this involves piecing together hundreds of small photographs to realize a project's true essence.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]

Client:

James Flanagan

Description:

Jorge approached James' High School Senior portrait with the desire to capture the real student, as opposed to a picture that just "looked good", while highlighting special details like James' grandfather's class ring that was passed down through his family.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]

Client:

Portfolio Center

Description:

Herman's company, Dyal and Partners, creates brands, environments, wayfinding systems, and signage. This portrait show's Herman's thoughts for the future landscapes of our world.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]

Client:

Portfolio Center

Description:

Bruce Turkel's speeches on building brand value resonate with audiences, largely due to his quirky nature and hyper-delivery of ideas. Some of which involve playing harmonica & drawing fantastical situations on a giant notepad.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]


Client:

Zehnder Communication

Description:

These portraits of Zehnder staff were meant to replace a typical headshot. They wanted to project their individual persona to potential clients who would visit their website.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]

Client:

Megan Huntz Dresses

Description:

Megan Huntz Dresses are handmade and dyed in Italy. Her hangtags are production polaroids from her photoshoot with Jorge Menes. Other promotional collateral consists of full color postcards of models and dresses that fit into a mailable envelope with a purple-dyed bellyband.

Credits:

Jorge Menes [Photography]
Georgios Saliaris [Design]
Larry Luk [Art Direction]