Category: Public Art

Who Cares About The Earth?

April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments


We like our planet. We like the trees, the sun, and the grass, but we don’t really have a lot of time for making daily decisions that benefit it. Sometimes, we just want to buy a box of snacks or a bottle of detergent without rethinking its impact on the environment. We’re a little focused on our […]
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Love in Every Form

February 14, 2015 | 0 Comments


For this year’s Valentine’s Day, Emense wanted to create a series of cards for non-lover love, helping people express their warm feelings to parents, friends, couple friends, pets, break-up survivors, non-believers, and beautiful strangers, so they know they’re not left out on this special day that celebrates love in every form. Inspired by the Matisse […]
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Centennial Mother’s Day Portraits

August 14, 2014 | 0 Comments


Mom’s have been around for a long, long time, but we’ve only celebrated Mother’s day for 100 years! In honor of mom’s everywhere and throughout history, we interviewed and created one-minute portraits of one-hundred moms, asking “What do you really want from or for your children?”. We found that moms want the things you can’t […]
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Share the Love

August 14, 2014 | 0 Comments


We created a series of ultra-cute valentines that were shared round the inter webs Valentine’s Day 2014. Our love notes comprised of popular pairs and the likely statements that would’ve been shared between them, if they could talk.
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MTA Fling

August 5, 2013 | 0 Comments


We were walking off the Prince Street downtown 6 train when Meng’s hand flailed downwards to either grab the bottom of her bag or to take advantage of the new space she now had outside the train WHEN – suddenly. Tragedy! Her biz partnership ring was flung off her hand! (And, yes, we have rings!) […]
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Just Want to Let You Know

July 17, 2013 | 1 Comments


Emense’s premier public art project was a campaign that speaks to the everyday woman in New York, in a personal, warm, yet informative way, on the issue of sexism. Sexism is a real issue that many feel uncomfortable to admit to experiencing, for fear of being considered overly sensitive or man-hating. This campaign doesn’t hate […]
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