On the heels of branding the DDG designed and developed condominium 345meatpacking, we worked with Japanese writer and artist Yayoi Kusama to transform the building’s construction wrap into a temporary public artwork. Yellow Trees was mounted in parallel with Kusama’s retrospective at the new Whitney Museum.

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The branding of "345meatpacking" took place alongside an important retrospective of Yayoi Kusama at the Whitney
Kusama’s "Yellow Trees" wrapped 345meatpacking during its construction, and became a temporary neighborhood landmark
The wrap dropped to unveil the new 11-story condominium
The yellow dot bridges "Yellow Trees" and 345meatpacking’s marketing campaign
Danish brickmaker Petersen Brick produced 345meatpacking’s brick according to centuries-old tradition
The floorplan was developed to emulate the ephemeral state of a large-format newspaper that would suggest the short-lived “current status of availability”
We highlighted the meticulous process of building a thoughtfully-crafted building in a small size book with embossed fingerprint on the cover