We are about YOU

We are about YOU. The design philosophy of KGI is to work closely with our customers to create targeted, beautifully designed marketing pieces that best reflect your corporate personality. Our life philosophy is to say YES — to trying new things, to facing challenges head on, and to living fully.

“If you’re invited to a pool party… swim!”

How we got here

KGI Design Group was established in 1993 by Kim Poulos Lieberz. Kim is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, also known as FIT in New York City. After working for several small, large and corporate design groups Kim started Kimberleigh Graphics Inc., now known as KGI Design Group, in Farmingdale, New York. KGI Design Group has also been granted a Women Business Enterprise certification by the New York State Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development.
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Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce Veterans Committee (April 2014)

We supported the Huntington Township Veteran's Committee by donating a tri-fold display! For more information about the Huntington Township Veteran's Committee, please visit www.huntingtonny.gov.

Miracle League Of L.I. Walk And Roll For a Miracle! (October 2014)

In support of the Miracle League of Long Island, we donated posters and postcards for the promotion of their event! For more information about the Miracle League of Long Island, please visit old.mllongisland.com.

KSASF Golf Outing! (May 2014)

We contributed an email campaign to help promote this event! To learn more about KSASF, visit ksasf.org.

KGI Supports Rett Syndrome Awareness Month! (October 2013)

The month of October is Rett Syndrome Awareness Month. In support, we donated T-shirt designs to the New Jersey Rett Syndrome Association for its Annual Strollathon. This fun-filled family event led by local volunteers raises crucial research dollars and public awareness of Rett syndrome (RTT) in communities across the country.

Monday 06 October, 2003 Annual Strollathon Pier A Park, Hoboken, NJ.

Tuesday 15 October, 2013 New Jersey Rett Syndrome Awareness Day!


KGI Rides Again for Multiple Sclerosis Research! (September 2013)

Our owner Kim Poulos-Lieberz, and her family rode in Bike MS New York City for the sixth consecutive year to raise funds for multiple sclerosis research. The ride is an annual event that takes place in New York City. The bikers are part of TEAM PERSAMPIRE. For more information, to donate, or to join in next year's ride, please email info@kgidesigngroup.com or visit www.nationalmssociety.org.


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KGI Helps Out at St. Martin of Tours (Bethpage) Block Party! (August 2013)

Our owner Kim Poulos Lieberz, along with fellow former St. John Baptist de LaSalle Regional Catholic School moms, organized and chaired a block party for the parish of St. Martin of Tours, Bethpage, NY, on August 23, 2013. We donated condiments, glow bracelets, and table signs. The event offered fellowship and fun, and was a huge success -- well over 400 people participated.

KGI Raises Funds For Pediatric Cancer Research! (March 2013)

Again, we were involved in both donations and emceeing the annual St. Baldrick’s Foundation event. We honored Shannon Serkes, a local young woman who was battling cancer. The event was held on March 10, 2013, at Jackie Reilly’s, 3964 Hempstead Turnpike, Bethpage, NY. Please visit www.stbaldricks.org to find out more about the St. Baldrick's Foundation and how to donate.

KGI Supports The NJRSA! (March 2013)

We once again we supported the New Jersey Rett Syndrome Association by helping develop, design, and produce invitations for its annual fundraiser. The 21st Annual NJ Silent Angels Gala was held on March 9, 2013, at the Westmount Country Club in Woodland Park, NJ. Please visit www.njrsa.org for more information about Rett Syndrome and the NJRSA.

KGI Supports Sandy Relief! (December 2012)

We supported Sandy Relief by donating to various local groups involved in directly helping families, gathering and distributing goods and supporting holiday gift-giving to Sandy victims.

KGI Rides for Multiple Sclerosis Research! (September 2012)

Our owner, Kim Poulos-Lieberz, and her family again rode in Bike MS New York City for the fifth consecutive year to raise funds for multiple sclerosis research. The ride is an annual event that takes place in New York City. The bikers are part of TEAM PERSAMPIRE. For more information or to join in next year's ride, please email info@kgidesigngroup.com or visit www.nationalmssociety.org.



KGI DESIGN - HEY THERE! From Kim Poulos on Vimeo.

KGI Design Group is a creative studio specializing in design and marketing for business and nonprofit organizations. Led by award-winning creative director Kim Poulos Lieberz for the past 20 years, we have served many industries in areas as diverse as construction and entertainment.


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KGI Holiday Party! (December 2015)

December brought lots of cheer as we toasted to a successful 2013!

KGI Reads Up on Pantone's Annual Color Forecast

As the world’s color authority and leading provider of professional color standards for the design world for more than 50 years, Pantone’s color forecasts are highly anticipated. The PANTONE Fashion Color Report, PANTONEVIEW home + interiors forecast, an introduction of 112 new colors to the Pantone PLUS graphics collection, and the annual Color of the Year declaration, all have a heavy influence on the fashion, home, interior, industrial, packaging, and graphic design industries.
We loved looking through Pantone's Annual Color Forecast for this year! And of course, we especially love that KGI's signature purple and green are featured in it! We recommend that you take a peek at the palette as well by clicking the link! We're anticipating looking back on 2016's designs, logos, and color schemes to see how well Pantone's predictions played out! colorintro

London Pride 2016: LGBT+ Symbols Replace Green Man On Traffic Lights (June 2016)

Over 50 traffic lights will be revamped to give the traditional ‘green man’ a boyfriend - and the more untraditional ‘green woman’ a girlfriend - to support London Pride this weekend. As well as same-sex couples, the seven symbols include a straight pair. Each couple hold hands to form a heart between them. Other lights show gender symbols, including a widely recognized trans symbol.  Transport for London (TfL) – who designed the symbols in-house – were inspired by a similar project in Vienna last year, and continue the inspiring simplicity of the original ‘green man’ design. 
We thought this was so cool! What a fun and innovative way to bring awareness of London Pride to the streets of England! Maybe next summer, we'll have our more diverse symbols replacing green men on our traffic lights in NYC! Click the link to read the full article! header-traffic

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