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Bhansali Diamonds: Logo and Business Card


Importers, Manufacturers & Exporters

Importers, Manufacturers & Exporters

sarvil@bhansalidiamonds.com • +91 98202 22335 207, Panchratna, Opera House, Mumbai 400 004. India • +91 22 66340550

MSc Finance, Imperial College London - 2009 BSc Business Administration, Carnegie Mellon University - 2008

Importers, Manufacturers & Exporters


Dancing in the Streets: E-blast and Brochure


GrandWizzard Theodore. Photo: Joe Conzo

Sponsored by With additional support from the Simon Bolivar Foundation, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour, a program developed and funded by The Heinz Endowments; the William Penn Foundation; the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency; and The Pew Charitable Trusts; and administered by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation., and with public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. Major support for performances at the Asia Society is provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Helen and Will Little Endowment for Performing Arts.

www.dancinginthestreets.org

www.casitamaria.org

928 Simpson Street, 6th floor, The Bronx, NY 10459 T: 718 589 2230 F: 718 842 4622

Yuko “Uko Snowbunny” Tanaka. Photo: Nicole Blanxx

DANCING IN THE STREETS & Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education present

HIP HOP GENERATION NEXT ‘11


DANCING IN THE STREETS & Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education present

HIP HOP GENERATION NEXT ‘11 From the South Bronx to East Asia (July 15 - Aug 6 ) Tue, August 2nd & Wed, August 3rd

Exploring the reciprocal influences of Asian culture—and particularly martial arts—on hip hop, and of hip hop on Asian culture. Artistic Director: Adesola Osakalumi Director and Choreographer: Emilio “Buddha Stretch” Austin Jr. Co-Director & Assistant Choreographer: Michele Byrd McPhee Assistant Choreographers: Valerie “Ms. Vee” Ho Tue, August 2, 7 pm CASITA MARIA 928 Simpson St., the Bronx OPEN DRESS REHEARSAL & CONVERSATION WITH THE ARTISTS Free, but reservations are highly recommended. To RSVP, email: info@casita.us (2, 5, 6 trains) Wed, August 3, 8 pm ASIA SOCIETY 725 Park Ave., Manhattan PERFORMANCE [WORLD PREMIERE] Q&A Following the Performance Free, but reservations are highly recommended. Reservations will be held until 7:45 pm. To RSVP, go to: tickets.asiasociety.org LIVE VIDEO STREAM: asiasociety.org/live (6 train) Hip Hop Generation Next is Sponsored by With additional support from the Simon Bolivar Foundation, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour, and with public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.

928 Simpson Street, 6th floor, The Bronx, NY 10459 T: 718 589 2230 F: 718 842 4622

Val “Ms. Vee” Ho. Photo: Linda Gunther

Presented with Asia Society

Jong Hoan “Ra” Choi. Photo: Jung, jipil

HIP HOP KUNG FU


DANCING IN THE STREETS presents

HIP HOP GENERATION NEXT ‘10

DANCING IN THE STREETS presents

545 8th Avenue Suite 1830 New York NY 10018 T. 212 625 3505 F. 212 625 3510 www.dancinginthestreets.org

HIP HOP GENERATION NEXT ‘10

May 30-August 15

May 30-August 15

SITE-SPECIFIC SPECTACLE

DANCE BATTLE Sat 7/24

Sun 8/15, 5-6:30 pm

St. Marks Church in-the-Bowery 131 East 10th Street (cor. Second Avenue), Manhattan

CENTRIFUGAL FORCE

Stepyagameup

Hip-Hop Generations @ Lincoln Center Lincoln Center Out of Doors Josie Robertson Plaza (Columbus Ave. & 63rd St.) Manhattan

Hosts: Emilio “Buddha Stretch” Austin Jr, Mikey Disko, and Bobby Mileage

The world premiere of a site-specific work by choreographers Emilio “Buddha Stretch” Austin Jr, Adesola Osakalumi, and Gus Solomons jr juxtaposes the raw energy of street dance with the splendor of Lincoln Center. 75 dancers lead audiences through Lincoln Center’s plazas to a freestyle dance cipher in front of Alice Tully Hall with music by DJ Doc.

Judges: Popmaster Fabel-Poppin, Shock-A-Lock-Lockin, Loose Joint-Hiphop, Sekou Heru-House and Black Kat-Waackin Admission: $20 moptopmusic@aol.com

Presented in partnership with Lincoln Center Out of Doors

Hip Hop Generation Next is sponsored by With additional support from the Mertz Gilmore Foundation and with public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

FREE ! Photo of Loose Joint by Takahiro Ueno

In this global conversion of world class dancers in all hip hop dance styles, individual dancers compete for cash prizes and “bragging rights.”

Hip Hop Generation Next is sponsored by

545 8th Avenue Suite 1830 New York NY 10018 T. 212 625 3505 F. 212 625 3510 www.dancinginthestreets.org

With additional support from the Mertz Gilmore Foundation and with public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.


Eataly: Photo-editorial


ITALY IS EATALY  


La Pizza

A tie up restaurant with Rossopomodoro, La Piazza is a fan fare of juicy mozzarella and crispy dough, that will leave you wanting to come back for more.

La Pasta

Also part of the link with Rossopomodoro. La Pasta brings the scrumptious Italian staple food to your table in New York.

Il Pesce

At Il Pesce, one can revel in the flavors of Esca’s Dave Pasternack. He is known for his mastery with sea food, and now, he brings to Eataly

Le Verdure

“ The city's ultimate destination for food lovers to shop, taste and savor”

The freshest harvest, and the best ingredients put together to make the most tasteful food. Le Verdure is Eataly’s own all vegetarian hub. - Mario Batali

Il Manzo

This is Eataly’s more fine dining experience. Headed by Chef Michael Toscano, Manzo celebrates America’s finest meats in an Italian setting.

La Piazza

Located in the center of Eataly, La Piazza is the public square where one can try the finest cheeses, salumis, shellfish and wines while meeting new friends.

Restaurants


Shopping at Eataly is as exciting as eating at Eataly. Throughout the market, the walls are covered in Italian food products that can be bought and taken home to make your own Italian meal. Almost anything you eat at Eataly, is available. While some of it is locally produced, other stuff is specially made in Italy. The finest coffees and oils find their way across the oceans to the racks that cover the Eataly walls. One can even buy fresh fruits, seafood, meats and vegetables over the counter.

The Market Place

Eataly also sells many in house specialties. They sell fresh breads, chocolates, cheeses, wines and pastas that can’t be found any place else. Along with food, one can also find kitchen ware from Guzzini and Alessi. They have an in-store Library that houses a number of cook books written by renowned authors. Eataly is a one stop shop for all, that relish a good Italian meal.

“We sell what we cook, and cook what we sell ”

- Eataly


Advertising Concepts: Bike to Work Campaign


iPhone App: Tandoori Tell


Tandoori Tell

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This is an application that creates a network of people who know or want to know about Indian food. By downloading this application, you are agreeing to help your fellow Tandoori Tellers with their questions and queries.

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Information Design: Type Classification Poster


1845

Egyptian/ Slab serif

the 19th century saw a boom of eclectic typefaces by experimental designers. Heavy serifs and the return to reduced line variation were prominent features of this period.

Clarendon Rockwell Calvert

Eg yptian/Slab Serif

Garamond Palatino Goudy Old Style

Calligriphic Style Line Variation

er n

Ax Little Line Variation

Heavy Bracket Serif

O

Humanist

Classification

as Uniform, Upright, Less Line Variation

1928

ac

Sculpted Bracket Serif

le/

1924

Perfectly round counter

Am Sty ld

1500

This 16th century style was created to complement the print technology at the time. It has thick strokes, heavily bracketed serifs and little line variation similar to calligraphy.

Futura Eurostile Century Gothic

Tra nsi t i o na l

Old Style/Humanist

Transitional

Baskerville Times New Roman Cochin

oa Geometric Style No Line Variation

Increased Line Variation

ist m an u H

This style worked well on the better paper, inks and presses of the mid-18th century. There was greater contrast in the line weights. The serifs are more sculpted and the vertical axis is more prominent.

Sharp Bracket Serif

G

This typeface has lilting counters and callagraphic variations in the line weight. It has characteristics similar to the Humanist serif type style.

Humanist

1750

Transitional

Ar Increased Line Variation

Heavy Bracket Serif

Gill Sans Optima Lucida

Transitional

1957

Bell Didot Bodoni

Aa

Sans serif type styles further evolved into Geometric forms. The points of the As and Ms became perfect triangles, while counters became perfect Os.

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By the end of the 18th century typographic refinement was achieved; resulting in thin strokes and serifs. The brackets were eliminated, which resulted in higher contrast and abstraction.

Geometric

Little Line Variation

me eo

1798

Modern

This style has a uniform upright character that makes it similar to the Transitional serif style. These fonts are also known as Anonymous sans serif.

Helvetica Univers Arial

Simoni Bhansali and Aashika Gupta


Pattern Design


Advertising Concepts: Lucille Roberts


who said women can’t lift?

who said women can’t fight for themselves ? ALL WOMENS GYM

ALL WOMENS GYM


Samsung Mobile Phones: Sample Packaging


Morgenthal Fredrics: Marketing Materials


MORGENTHAL FREDERICS CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO MEET DESIGNER,

JEFF PRESS AT OUR CUSTOM BUFFALO HORN EYEWEAR TRUNK SHOW. PREVIEW EXCLUSIVE, ONE OF A KIND, HANDMADE PIECES.

Please join us to view the collection, 12:00 - 5:00 pm November 19th, Optica, The Shops At North Bridge November 20th, Optica, 129 East Oak St

We look forward to seeing you there.

North Bridge

The Shops At North Bridge 520 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago IL 60611 312-595-1171

Optica

129 East Oak St Chicago IL 60611 312-642-2550


iPad App: Sharpening the Dhar(avi)


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Campaign against Sex Trafficking: Curb


Branding: West Side Campaign Against Hunger


hunger can be so

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hunger can be

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WSCAH

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west side campaign AGAINST HUNGER

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