Category Archive for: Case-studies

Case-studies November 25, 2017

Case Study: Moda Operandi Social Media Campaign

Name of the Company: Moda Operandi Your Name and Position: Jennifer Blaber Vice President, Creative Services What does your company make: In homage to the history of couturiers who showcased their creations in trunks to elite clientele, Moda Operandi is the only online retailer to invite clients to pre-order next-season’s looks straight from the runway.

Case-studies November 25, 2017

Case Study: Lauren Moshi

Lauren Moshi Interview with Michael Moshi: Client: Brother and sister team, Michael and Lauren Moshi, created Lauren Moshi Inc. They are inspired by high fashion and fine art. Each piece is unique, produced in limited quantities, and hand drawn by Lauren. Their clothing is targeted towards customers who appreciate finer details and intricate designs. Summary:

bodypainting Case-studies August 26, 2016

“I got body painted in Central Park “

Catherine commissioned me to paint her in the beautiful fall foliage of New York’s Central Park.  It was a special present for her husband but she really scored the gift of courage. Here’s an interview with her about that unique, bucket-list experience. ****** Q: Did you know about body painting before your were painted?  What kind of

Case-studies November 18, 2015

San Jose Museum of Art: Fundraiser Arts Activation

Case Study: San Jose Museum of Art (SJMA) Lisa R. James. -Director of Development at SJMoA Anniversary Gala Fundraiser Dinner. The San Jose Museum of Art raises funds for education. They used to do them every year and then stopped, starting up again 5 years ago It is a very important source of funds for

Case-studies November 18, 2015

ESMoA: Living Art Installation

Click here for the ALBUM OF IMAGES ESMoA An “Art Laboratory” that holds four experiences each year of different mediums. The experiences are centered around a theme or question that allows visitors to make their own interpretations. Chelsea Hogan, Education specialist Demographic: general public Trina did an experience for us. We call our exhibitions experiences.

Case-studies July 28, 2015

Case Study: Event at the California Academy of Sciences

Client: BethSandifur Events in collaboration with the Gladstone Institute and the California Academy of Sciences.  She does live events from Napa to San Jose, Idaho to Seattle and Los Angeles, all over the west coast.  These are non profits and fundraising events so her target demographic are high network people on board on a non

Case-studies July 27, 2015

Case Study: James Williamson (Iggy Pop & The Stooges)

Client:   James Williamson is an American guitarist, songwriter and record producer best known for being in Iggy Pop and The Stooges.  His music spans generations and he is influential to people and musicians of all ages. The Story: The first time I ever saw Trina’s work was when the promoter for one of our

Case-studies July 2, 2015

Case Study: Music Video

Client:  Janna Pelle – Music video, “City Life”. Alternative Pop Musician. Demographic:  Indie Music Scene: CMJ, SXSW, Younger Brooklyn audience, 15-35 years mainly. STORY I actually saw Trina’s work on some New York Blog that I follow featuring Brooklyn Bridge camouflage painting and the one in DUMBO. I had already written my song, “CITY LIFE” and I

Case-studies Commisions July 2, 2015

Case Study: NERF SuperSoaker Commercial

Introduction: We teamed up with Nerf to create a national commercial.  The spot featured kids camouflaged in different parts of a park who have a water battle with friends and spray off all the paint with the strong super soakers. In this project we broke many of our “rules”- we painted children under the age

bodypainting Case-studies June 24, 2015

Case Study: Tech Company Brings Branding to Life

    TRILOGY VISUAL MEDIA for PANASAS STORAGE: Artist Trina Merry Creates Innovative Human Body Sculpture for Trilogy/Panasas Film Shown at National Association of Broadcasters Convention Summary. Trilogy/Panasas wanted to create something highly impactful and provocative to show major entertainment executives so they would understand the firm understood their industry. Trina Merry created a moving