Press Kit

Our Story

Susan holding Irma print

 

Pet vignettes started out as a gift idea using our logo model, mascot, and VP of Purring, Irma, the sphynx cat. I created a Pet Vignette using Irma as a Christmas gift to my lovely wife-to-be, Susan. The canvas print had such quality and it looked so fantastic that everyone we knew would comment on it and ask where they could get one! That's when the sparks went off and we created Pet Vignettes!  May 1st, 2017 was our official launch date. We started with 6 portrait styles, which has expanded to 12 styles . We look forward to expanding more and adding new styles in the month's to come!

 

Our Team

George Brianka

George Brianka
Founder, Creative Director

George Brianka is a Creative Director, Sr. Art Director, and Sr. Copywriter with over 15 years experience in the advertising agency world.  As a Creative Director he took a small boutique creative shop and helped turn it into an Inc5000 agency, creating close to 100 commercials in over 20 categories. He has worked at many NYC creative hot shops such as Ogilvy & Mather, VBMS/Euro RSCG, and Follis Advertising.  George’s sometimes controversial style has got him mentioned in periodicals ranging from Adweek, to the New York Post Page Six editorial column. He was also awarded praise from Tipper Gore for his pubic service work for the National Mental Health Awareness Campaign. He was a judge at the 2000/2001 New York Festivals International Advertising Awards for Print Advertising and the International Television & Cinema Advertising Competition, and has won several awards, including Golden Web, Telly, and CAMA Awards.

 

 

 

 

 


Susan Panariello

Susan Panariello
VP Marketing & Social Media

Susan Panariello's experience comes from a management in retail and in several other industries. But her talents don't stop there. When President Obama was coming to The GAP to kick off his minimum wage campaign, who did the GAP call on to serve as personal shopper to President Obama? Susan collaborated with GM, White House staff, and Secret Service to deliver a successful, pleasant shopping experience for the Commander in Chief. It didn't end there. She was such an inspirational interviewee, that afterwards, she was booked across the channels on Good Day NY, The Morning Show, and she was then invited to be on Ryan Seacrest's nationally syndicated radio show. Her love of life is only equaled to her love of her pet, Irma, the hairless sphynx.

 

Irma the Sphinx

Irma the Sphynx
Sr. VP of Snuggling & Purring, Logo Model, Mascot

Irma is a unique cat who was essential in the creation of Pet Vignettes. She is a hairless sphynx. She seems to believe she was some kind of Egyptian queen in another life and continues to treat all around her as her royal subjects. Her habits include eating, sleeping, grooming, eating and sleeping. She also likes to take naps. Between those things she needs constant affection.

 

Press Release

For Immediate Release:
Cool Creative LLC Launches "Pet Vignettes", a Pet Portrait Site with a Creative Twist!

Pet Vignettes samples

New York, NY, May 31, 2017 -- Cool Creative LLC has launched a new unique ecommerce site for pet lovers who also love quirky artwork...

..."I've always loved taking traditional themes and applying them to unexpected mediums and creating something that makes people smile and say,"Wow!". And, as you know... we pet lovers are a special kind of breed!" -George Brianka, President, Pet Vignettes (See more)

 

Press


Bring Your Pet Pictures To A Whole New Life!

“Recently I was able to get a  picture of Hailey from PetVignettes.com. It came out SO GOOD... simple to use and in no time your picture will be here... Imagine being able to have a cute picture of your pets, to always remember them by... We love the one of Hailey, now we need one for Bella!”
- Nancy R, Reviewer,
Things That Make You Go Aww

 

Press Inquires

For press inquires, please contact George Brianka

 Logos

Pet Vignettes logo small

Pet Vignettes logo - Large

Pet Vignettes Logo Large 2

 

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