Electrofork is in fact a knife— a Daggar.

 

Elizabeth Daggar (that’s me) studied graphic design at the esteemed Pratt Institute, and has since worked as a graphic designer for print and web, and touchscreen media; and as a motion designer for video and projection. Electrofork is the brand under which she began working as a multidisciplinary independent after several illuminating full-time positions that included a marketing firm, a cable tv on-air graphics department, and a post production house.

 

Even when I’m not actively designing, I’m still designing. I take photos and get editorial during wanders; I’m a visual artist; I like to write, read, and travel and explore. I love cities and wide open spaces.

Areas of expertise include:

— identity: logo design + branding

— graphic design for print

— UI: design for screens

— motion design: animation + editing

— illustration: digital + analog

 

 

A non-exhaustive list of projects / clients:

NYC & Co | M+R Strategic Services | The Battery Conservancy | Accomplice: The Show | Pendergast | Kings County Wines | The Way Station | The Medicines Company (via Donovan/Green) | Woo Creative | Moyers & Company | Holland America Cruise Lines | Gettysburg 150th Commemoration (via Donna Lawrence Productions) | Sotheby’s International Reality | Caguas Science Center (via Blue Telescope) | New Amsterdam Market | Saxelby Cheesemeongers | Mary’s Fish Camp | New York Life | Thread Global | MoMath: The Museum of Mathematics (via Blue Telescope) | Nature Research Center of NC (via Batwin + Robin) | Pine Rock Productions |The Urban Assembly | several NYC Industrial Development Corporations | the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA, via Batwin + Robin) | Outback Concerts | SOHO Press | Edgeworx | Bravo | IFC | Women’s Entertainment Channel | Moxie Firecracker Films | Orchard Films

nice words from clients

liz [at] electrofork.com

(917) 309-3786  |  Post: c/o Mailboxes on Fifth
172 5th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11217