For the Target Read Across America Campaign press event, Creative Edge Parties designed a Dr. Seuss-themed menu.
Photo: Jika González for BizBash
The Park Here pop-up park transformed the Openhouse Gallery into a 5,000-square-foot space with an artificial lawn, custom forest murals, and park benches.
Photo: Courtesy of Openhouse Gallery
Guests attending the four-day Innovation for All Incentive Program got the opportunity to experience a private fashion show, gala at 620 Fifth Garden & Loft, and team-building event in Central Park.
Photo: Courtesy of Event Spectrum Inc.
MAC Presents created a fan promotion for the Foo Fighters Garage Tour presented by BlackBerry.
Photo: Courtesy of MAC Presents
Hannah Handmade designed a colorful invitation with Swarovski crystals for the National Stationery Show.
Photo: Courtesy of Hannah Handmade
For the lighting of the USA Network Upfront event at the Koch Theater, Bentley Meeker Lighting & Staging used wall projections and turquoise patterns of light.
Photo: Reuben Hernandez
iMingle takes photos of guests and allows them to write messages on a touch screen.
Photo: Courtesy of Foto Novelty Inc.
Bowlmor Lanes Midtown is housed in the former New York Times building in Times Square.
Photo: Courtesy of Bowlmor Lanes
Ingrid Michaelson performed at the AOLers Kick Off Shoes and Kick Back event at the company's New York headquarters.
Photo: Courtesy of AOL
Shiraz Events transformed the Piaget boutique into a garden environment with greenery and birdcages to highlight the brand's new collection.
Photo: Courtesy of Shiraz Events
For HBO's Boardwalk Empire premiere party, Invision Events created an Atlantic City boardwalk atmosphere.
Photo: Courtesy of Invision Events
XA, the Experiential Agency set up a series of public outdoor screenings of new USA network shows at Hudson River Park's Pier 46.
Using inspiration from the '80s nightclub scene, We Came in Peace created dioramas for the Creative Time gala benefit.
Photo: Courtesy of We Came in Peace
Obscura Digital's projected videos lit up the Guggenheim Museum's exterior for people to experience the YouTube Play event.
Photo: Courtesy of Obscura Digital
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