W42ST Magazine hits the news stands featuring my design work

W42ST Style Issue (September 2015)

W42ST Style Issue (September 2015)

The Style issue of the NYC based magazine W42ST hits the stands today, featuring the latest news and trends of the Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan. Click here to see the full issue of the magazine that features my design work – the cover and pages 6 (Hell’s Kitchen in Numbers Infographics) and 65 (Health and Fitness department).

Stay tuned to see more of my designs in the upcoming issue of the magazine – the October issue.

If only mannequins could talk: The art of making the mannequins

Check out this great exhibition currently running at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City!

Ralph Pucci: The Art of the Mannequin

Designing an Alternative Movie Poster: “Mr. Holmes”

Dear friends, I need your support! Please vote and/or “like” my movie poster I did for the upcoming new film “Mr. Holmes”. Thank you very much for all your support! All your votes count!

Click here to vote.

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Mad Men Infographics: Advertising Industry Now and Then

Continuing with the series of the Mad Men blogs showcasing data visualization through infographics, here’s another one I just did: Mad Men vs. Digital – the Advertising Industry Statistics.

This one was influenced by Swiss and Constructivism schools of design, which are my favorite.

Click here for more.

MadMen infographics

Mad Men Era: Mad Men vs. Digital

Check out the latest illustrations I did for the Mad Men inspired blog post: Mad Men vs. Digital.

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Click here to see all the graphics for this blog.

Infographics: Mad Men Office Life Now & Then

If you are a big fan of Mad Men TV show, as I am, you would appreciate this infographics a lot. I did it for my agency’s blog as a tribute to the grand finale of the show, the last season of which premiered last Saturday. Millions of viewers are in great grief over its ending and so am I. This is why we decided to dedicate a series of blogs to this great American TV show about the advertising industry of the 60s. To see the infographic at its full size and read more about it, click here.

Mad Men: Office Life Now & Then

Has #socialmedia corrupted the #oscars? [Infographic]

Did you tune in last night to watch the Oscars?

If so, have you noticed anything different? How about the fact that it wasn’t funny and/or entertaining at all?

Here’s an interesting infographics I did for this blog for Vertic digital and marketing design agency in New York City that explains what influences the level of entertainment at the Oscars:

Oscars and the Sponsors

What do you think?