Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, ESPN is an American leading global cable television network focusing on sports-related programming, including live and recorded event telecasts, sports talk shows, and other original programming
Since 1998 Micha has designed many promotional TV spots. Also through the years, and currently, designed limited edition promotional materials, including brochures, calendars, posters and more.
Flying Machine came up with the visual concept for the Geno project. We crafted how NatGeo’s study of the human story was to be told, as well as the way to present the Geno 2.0 gene mapping kit. Flying Machine was also in charge of creating the overall, Logo, brochure, instruction sheet and website for this project.
National Geographic is an American non-profit scientific and educational institution.
Flying Machine created the branding for the Ocularis, the leading video management software in security industry.
Issac & Stern’s 50 Clinton combines old-world chic with a modern European flair with vintage luxury interiors by Paris Forino for an unprecedented quality of living in the booming Lower East Side. DHA Capital in collaboration with Douglas Elliman’s Eklund Gomes Team Led by Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes, have asked Flying Machine to brand and package the marketing campaign of their chic new development.
Flying Machine has developed the identity and entire branding system and writing style which were then applied with great care for detail across the gold embossed sales brochure and floor plans, site signage and web presence.
Flying Machine designed cover for cellist Yoed Nir's second solo album The Next Dream. The design captured its dreamlike compilations with a world music feel.
Visualizing the Kaufman Center's unique and inspiring annual programming — from classical to jazz to experimental music. A true New York-based, world-renowned institution brought to life in photos and graphics.
Viewers find themselves in the disjointed world of popular culture seen through the eyes of a director, the action plays out scene by scene each unfolding from one to the next. Animated typographic elements serve as a common thread in the highly stylized environment painted in Sky’s color scheme of red white and black.
The piece won several Promax BDA Awards
Nice Shoes is a high-end visual effects studio that built its reputation as an innovator both technically and creatively. The company combines perfectionism and outstanding creative execution with a warm, familiar and inviting approach to business.
Flying Machine developed a unique symbol for Nice Shoes, based on its initials, as well as a bold and differentiating color palette. The Company's collaterals follow the bold and vibrant system, which speaks to its target audience and is true to its internal vibe. The collaterals package encompasses every touch point with the market from business cards and invoices to phone tags and DVD packaging.
Flying Machine's solution combines these values and positions Nice Shoes as the industry's go-to destination in New York.
Starhome is the leading provider of roaming services and converged solutions for Wireless Network Operators. The company’s portfolio includes internetwork convergent solutions for fixed, IP and wireless networks, in addition to a wide variety of international roaming services. Starhome’s global footprint includes the world’s largest Operators and Groups, together providing seamless Service Mobility for more than half of all roamers worldwide.
Starhome recognized the limited growth potential of its legacy roaming business. Flying Machine was commissioned to convey Starhome’s shift in business strategy and expanding product line, which includes rapidly growing solutions, carrying higher margins. Recognizing Starhome’s prospects, Flying Machine had to look beyond the company’s customer base and target markets, and meet its Investor Relations, Marketing and internal communications needs.
Sky Italia is an Italian digital satellite television platform owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation .
The concept is bringing to life classic film posters. Since no footage form the original films was used , the production crafted sequences that world give just the right action and perspective to blend seamlessly with the imagery created by the posters .
This package won several Promax/BDA awards (A leading international organization for television design and promotion)
The piece won several Promax BDA Awards
Flying Machine defined the core values as well as the overall aesthetics and underlying textural design elements that become the building blocks of the brand. Live action footage serves as the hallmark design component. The volume of live action footage incorporated into the package is one of the distinct departures from the channel’s prior branding, which had been almost entirely graphics based. The city skyline, and instantly identifiable element, is visible in nearly live action piece
Sound and visuals evoke the working environment of the documentary world. Created as an introduction for program presentations, Creative Director Micha Riss directed and supervised the production throughout.
The piece won several Promax|BDA Awards.
A book celebrating the rebirth of landmark gothic skyscraper, 90 West Street, which was utterly devastated in the September 11 terror attack on the World Trade Center. The exquisite 130-page book is an intimate portrait commissioned by Brack Capital, the new owner of the building.
Like 90 West itself, Guts is a work of art. It's at once a delicate portrait of a celebrated landmark revealed in minute details and a visual history of a building that was once the tallest of its kind.
On a quiet, tree-lined street in a vibrant neighborhood surrounded by parks, shops, theaters, and restaurants is Murray Hill's first LEED-registered building - 303 East 33rd.