When Designers Become Works of Art

Honoring Timeless Artworks and Having Fun for Halloween

As a design firm, we care a lot about the arts and are always seeking out and immersing ourselves in artistic expression and inspiration (and even have our own arts collaborative). As a tight-knit office team who likes to have fun together, we also look forward to Halloween every year as a way to bring these two interests together through our annual pumpkin contest and creative themes. This year we paid homage to famous works of art by representing some of our favorites through costume! Take a look and let us know which you recognize and then scroll even further to see the entries for the 2016 pumpkin contest. Happy Halloween!

 

Michelle as Frida Kahlo (Self Portrait)

Self Portrait Dedicated to Dr. Eloesser (Frida Kahlo)

 

Carol as Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I Woman in Gold Klimt

Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I "The Woman in Gold" (Gustav Klimt)

 

Denae as Portrait of Madame X John Singer Sargent

Portrait of Madame X (John Singer Sargent)

 

John as Skull of a Skeleton with Burning Cigarette

Skull of a Skeleton with Burning Cigarette (Vincent Van Gogh)

 

Jim Brillo smaller

Brillo Soap Pads Box (Andy Warhol)

 

Pretty fun, right? Let us know what theme you think we should do next year. And now, the annual pumpkin contest!

The 2016 winners were:

1st—Jake-o'-Lantern by Michelle
2nd—Beldar Pumpkone Head by Carol
3rd—Cubs Win! by Jim

2016 Annual NeigerDesign Pumpkin Contest Collage

(Top left to right): The Orange Walker by John, Dreamworks Trolls by Jessica, Pac-Pumpkin by Denae
(Bottom left to right): Beldar Pumpkone Head by Carol, Cubs Win! by Jim, Jake-o'-Lantern by Michelle

 

 

 

 

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