Windows on Technology01

Dear Kenn,

When you first showed us samples of your work, Jasmin and I were speechless. Creative. Intriguing. Full of potential. From there we gave you quite a challenge — create an artistic impression of technology, which also reflects our position as the world’s leading supplier of lottery systems.

“Windows on Technology” more than meets our objectives, it captures our imaginations, inspires GTECH employees at all levels, and pays tribute to the products we manufacture.

Needless to say, feedback has been phenomenal, from the production line right up to our executive suite! You even made the newspaper as part of our Grand Opening press coverage.

Thanks again for your creativity and relentlessness. I know it wasn’t easy to get the materials you needed, but it all came together beautifully.


Karen P. Papa
Marketing Services Manager
GTECH Corporation


Getting Around01

Dear Kenn,

It has been a month since we celebrated the unveiling of Getting Around, and I am writing to tell you how pleased I am with the piece.

When we moved to Boston, we were looking for a way to honor our clients that was more long-lasting than simply putting up ads on the wall. Our solution was to commission a series of original art work to pay tribute to our clients, and I knew that was a risky proposition.

But your creation of Getting Around lived up to my hopes for the Dexter project and set a solid foundation for the series. Your approach to using Dexter materials was thoughtful and inspired, and the result of your effort is stunning.

Our client, Susan Haviland, agrees.

I am proud to have this work featured in our agency. I find it continuously challenging and worthy of contemplation.

Thank you and congratulations.


Woody Kay
Executive Vice President / CCO

Two Jugs01

Dear Kenn:

I thought you would be interested in seeing our new hose catalog for 1995.

Your pieces are featured on both front and back covers. Since we initially displayed them, I received many positive comments and compliments. People are amazed at the style and design which comes from something people see everyday and associate only with lying in the grass or coiled onto the side of a house.

I’m happy to see the publicity generated by these sculptures, and I’m sure it’s helped you create awareness, while it certainly doesn’t hurt us either.

Good luck on your future endeavors, and I hope to work with you again someday.



Steven A. Delia Posta
Vice President – Sales & Marketing
Consumer Products Division.

Wind Lilies04

Dear Kenn:

I can’t thank you enough for making the trip up to Newburyport today. Our discussion was very lively and we’re all pretty excited about the possibilities.

Everyone really enjoyed seeing the pictures of your work and meeting you. I’m confident we’ll be able to put something very interesting together.

Good luck on the projects you have going now, Ken. I’m looking forward to hearing about the ideas you develop for Hi-Tech.

Best regards,

Max Greco
Vice President