Digital Color Concepts Digitally Prints Latest Issue of dVice Magazine that Explores Food Culture

NEW YORK—August 29, 2014—Steve Pandolfi, CEO, of Digital Color Concepts (dccnyc) will release the fourth issue of award-winning dVice on October 1, 2014, in Chelsea, New York.

dVice was inspired by Steve Pandolfi and is the culmination of two worlds—photography and graphic design. The printed publication is the product of a group of very talented individuals, namely OTTO NY, who donate their valuable time for their love of the visual arts. dVice creates a new theme for each issue and is a collaborative effort from the contributing artists. The beauty of this process is that the staff never knows what or whom will lead it to the next theme. The printed publication is supported by a launch event every year in New York City.

The theme of dVice 4 entitled, “From Sustenance to Sensation,” explores the food culture of the people who make New York City and the worlds they inhabit—from taco trucks, to soul food joints, to the art of crafting a fine dining experience. It’s more than just the meal—it’s about how it is shared. Some of New York’s most accomplished visual storytellers spent the last year exploring and documenting how the people of New York relate to food. In this limited edition box set, dccnyc takes the reader on eight related NYC culinary experiences.

About dccnyc
dccnyc is an innovative leader in the NY metro printing and prepress community for nearly 30 years. A mainstay in the commercial world of advertising, its expertise in color management sets it apart from the competition. Headquartered in NY, its retouching and photography studio service many Fortune 500 companies. Its print facilities located in NJ are outfitted with sheetfed, digital and grand-format presses.


At OTTO, it is all about two things: better work and a better way of working. The employees at OTTO are insatiably curious and love to look at their clients’ communications needs and challenges from every angle. This hunger for knowledge lends itself naturally to finding inventive solutions and creating better work. OTTO leverages its strategic thinking to apply its knowledge of its clients’ businesses across every technology and touch point—from raising awareness of a product or service all the way through building brand loyalty.

Source: dccnyc.

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  • David Kohler

    Get Ready folks.
    We explored NYC food from the art of preparing, to the art of presenting. We focused on those who eat to live and those who live to eat.

    Delivered through great photography, design and print craftsmanship across the board.