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More Brand New to Know in New York Than You Knew?

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Yes! Brand New Conference:

There’s More to New to Know in New York Than You Knew

We checked in with Armin and Bryony to see how ticket sales are going with Brand New 2012 coming up in a few weeks. They are close to 90% sold out. So there is time for you traditionally slow moving New Yorkers to get on line and get last minute registration. Go to this link for further details: Brand New Conference 2012.

Conference impresario Armin Vit said,”We have an international line-up: two designers from London, one is from Sydney, one from Singapore, one was born in Italy and still has his accent [Massimo Vignelli]. North American is represented by  Aaron [The Beast] Draplin from Portland plus others from New York and Los Angeles will round out the presentation list.”  The after party will be held in an impossibly white and minimalist space called @404. No red wine spills, svp. Light, white, or clear hors d’oeuvres served with clear cocktails will be offered to those wearing black. People clad in anything white, metallic, brown, seasonal, chartreuse or magenta are asked to stay at the Marriott and watch Homeland and wish they were or were dating Claire Danes. Just kidding. Come as you are! But remember, this man will be watching you and he is the Original Fashionista:


Who Loves Ya Baby?: This Handsome Eighty-Something Will Co-Moderate  at Brand New

 Look for this signature poster in the lobby. 
Hey!? What’s the Big Idea?!
Neenah is delighted to support Brand New. The poster above was printed on CLASSIC CREST® Cover, Eggshell finish, Red Pepper, 130DTC in letterpress and a clear foil.
Program cover [not shown] was printed on EAMES™ Furniture Cover, Kaleidoscope Purple, 80C with clear foil.

The Henry and Company of Atlanta printed the poster, program cover and program binding — show your appreciation for good design and fine printing when you are in NYC by telling Armin and Bryony how you feel and reaching out to Jason Henry.

The Newspaper Club produced the body of program: give them a look at newspaperclub.com. Great folks, too.