Samuel & Sons, a premier supplier of decorative trimming (passementerie) for the high-end interior design market, turned to Tom Dolle Design to create a logo and branding program. Over the past decade, this program grew to include an iconic collection of still-life photography that has become one of the most well-recognized and respected advertising campaigns in the industry.
By explaining the creative process behind the photography, this book gives a unique glimpse into the mind of a designer. The 62 pages are filled with numerous images by New York photographers Monica Stevenson and Amos Chan, some presented publicly for the first time.
Tom Dolle Design is one of New York’s finest strategic design, marketing and branding firms. The company’s current focus is branding, communications and packaging, as well as design consultation directing strategy, staffing, long-range planning and product development.
Over the years Tom Dolle Design has garnered every major design award and Dolle has been quoted on design issues in publications such as The New York Times, Crain’s New York Business and Communication Arts.
A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Dolle is also an adjunct professor in Pratt's Graduate Communications Design program. Key members of the Tom Dolle Design creative team include senior designers Chris Riely and Mary Hall, both graduates of Pratt Institute.