Gracie’s Closet is a lighthearted gateway site and luxury doggie boutique in Oxnard, CA, and retails the finest quality clothing, goods and accessories for your pampered pooch. Starring none-other than Gracie herself, a 1-year old Great Dane with a flair for the elegant in all that is canine couture. Only expect the top designer labels – Juicy, Louis Vuitton – and you should be quite content.
Day For Night designed the look, feel and functionality for this lighthearted new e-Commerce brand and site, garnished with pages from Gracie’s own personal Diary, ghost-written by her BFF and trainer, Stacey Ayub.
Creative direction, art direction, design, programming and consultation.
Congratulations to Herb Alpert and Lani Hall for their 2010 Grammy Nomination for the instrumental “Besame Mucho” from their latest live outing, “Anything Goes.” We aren’t just saying that because we designed their very popular site where the devoted fan of the Tijuana Brass bandleader may also find a full discography, read exclusive biographical interview, even an in-depth music appreciation essay on the legendary trumpeter’s sound, and get a full chronological timeline from 1961 to the present, and a window into Herb’s work as a successful abstract painter and sculptor.
Day For Night designed a new extension to the Art Deco dance hall site for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, honoring a musical mentor for this energetic, nine-piece swing band.
“Club Calloway” is home to the new electronic press kit for BBVD’s eighth full length album release of Cab Calloway covers, “How Big Can You Get? ” For the EPK, band members share some background behind the making of the new disc; which revitalizes Calloway’s musical legacy through BBVD’s signature horn section and swinging rhythms.
Visit Club Calloway at BBVD.com
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CNN News interview with BBVD
Motion design by Eric Scott / Day For Night in joint association with Jim Kelley Design Group. This site introduction represents three key dimensions of Herb Alpert through his music, his visual art – Alpert is an accomplished sculptor and painter – and his life.
This enigmatic sitework was officially retired on March 27, 2009, but the Dreifuss Station Preservation Society has enabled it to live on in perpetuity as the Pimlico arm of the TAI Express Railway Network; its original features richly preserved, in exacting detail. And once you’ve been to the site… remember to Talk About It…
Visit Dreifuss Station.com