New York, NY, August 27, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Spoon+Fork, a New York City based boutique creative agency offers a special recipe of growth-driven solutions. Rika Koreeda, Pritsana Kootint and Chez Bryan Ong founded the up-and-coming shop, and from inception, the innovative visionaries have been dedicated to feeding those hungry for fresh insight alongside a healthy portion of delicious design.
Spoon+Fork offers the arts, advertising, consumer brand and non-profit worlds a complete range of creative services--Design: art direction, book design, corporate identity, editorial design, event design, package design, print design, retail creative services, and web design; Development: brand development, naming, product development; and Creative Consulting: creative direction, product scouting, project management and talent scouting.
The trio alongside its close-knit team have worked with such companies and brands as legendary comic industry conglomerate DC Comics, and Sagatiba, the first premium Cachaça to enter the global market; Ogilvy, an internationally established advertising, marketing and public relations agency; and international music empire Sony Epic Japan. They are the creative agency of record for the only website dedicated to Latino and Urban Cinema, Cinedulce, brainchild of the New York International Latino Film Festival, the largest film festival dedicated to Latinos across the globe. Spoon+Fork has also worked with the UC Berkeley Center for Japanese Studies and photographer and filmmaker Gregory Colbert’s Ashes and Snow at the Nomadic Museum in Tokyo and Mexico City. Additionally, the firm works closely with non-profits, demonstrating that their versatility as both business minds and artistic visionaries is all-encompassing. In working with such organizations as Career Gear, a non-profit organized around helping men get and keep jobs; Leeway Foundation, Philadelphia based foundation committed to funding woman and trans artists creating social change through art and Keep A Child Alive, a donor-provided antiretroviral (ARV) therapy program for children and their families with HIV/AIDS in Africa, Spoon+Fork has maintained a defining sense of social consciousness that resonates throughout their work and relationships with its clients.
Their work has won awards including the 2006 American Graphic Design Award for Excellence in Communication and Graphic Design for the Spoon+Fork Logo, Spoon+Fork Website, and Explora Logo. The 2007 American Graphic Design Award for Excellence in Communication and Graphic Design for the Keep A Child Alive website, the I Am African microsite, and the Sagatiba Trade Leaflet and Cocktail Recipe Book further shows how Spoon+Fork has continued to feed its clients award-winning designs.
For more information on Spoon+Fork, please visit: www.spoonandforkstudio.com