Airlift / USA

Our work is inspired by human behavior — insight, community, culture — and the supernatural — new worlds, fiction and nonfiction, and first-of-a-kind experiences. We’re committed to the quality and craft of great design.

We build on design fundamentals and seamlessly merge physical with digital products and services together. This enables us to build new futures for our clients & partners.

Alphabetical / United Kingdom

We are Alphabetical, an award winning creative graphic design studio based in London.
Our design philosophy is simple; we work closely with our clients to create design with character and relevance.

Ammunition / USA

Founded in 2007, Ammunition is led by partners Robert Brunner and Matt Rolandson. Our work is created by putting entrepreneurs in close contact with a team of designers with expertise in physical and digital product design, service design, brand identity, user experience, graphic design, and packaging.

We work across these disciplines to transform great ideas into satisfying, personal experiences that contribute to the business success of our clients.

Anagrama / Mexico

We are an international branding, architecture and software development firm with offices in Monterrey, Mexico City, Tokyo and United States. Our clients include companies from varied industries in countries all around the world.

Anastasia Genkina / Russia

Anastasia Genkina is a graphic designer from Moscow, focused on printed communication and book design. She currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

Anette Lenz / France

After studying in Munich, Anette moved to Paris in 1990, where she worked with Alex Jordan in the well-known cultural-political design group Grapus. Later, as a Co-founder of the design collective Nous Travaillons Ensemble, she was involved in designing books, posters, and identities for cities and cultural institutions. In 1993, Anette started her own studio and has continued working in the social and cultural field, bringing beautiful, intelligent works into the public space. She draws on her knowledge of German typographic traditions with bold French-influenced imagery for clients such as the City of Paris, the French Ministry of Culture, Radio France, Le Sénat Français, Museé des Arts Décoratifs, Le Monde, and Théâtre d’Angoulême.
Anette has won, amongst other prizes, the Gold Medal at the Brno Biennale, 2002; the Honorary Prize in Lahti, 2003; and the Plakatkunsthof Rüttenscheidpreis 2005 for her entire body of work in poster design. Her work on posters for the Théâtre d’Angoulême, in association with Vincent Perrottet, has received the Silver Medal at the Tehran Biennale, 2004, and the Grand Prix at Ningbo, China, 2004. She actively participates in exhibitions, conferences, and workshops, and enjoys sharing her passion for design with students in many countries.

Angela McCarthy / Australia

Angela McCarthy, an independent design and branding specialist, with over 20 years experience rebranding some of the big names of Australian and UK brands.

Anton & Irene / USA

We have set up our studio so we can be personally involved with every single project and get to be choosy about what work we take on — client or self-initiated.

Anton Repponen: Solving problems and creating new visual languages is my biggest passion. My architecture background makes me think of design in a structural and humanistic way. Everything will need to make perfect sense and will need to be designed around the user since the place I’m designing might end up being the place where some people will spend their entire lives.

Irene Pereyra: Growing up in Amsterdam I was constantly surrounded by modernist design, which very heavily influenced my taste and sensibilities. To me, great design is practical and starts with breaking things down to its simplest form, the straightest line from A to B. Anything superfluous makes me uneasy. I frequently have heated debates on how things can be done better with less stuff.

Astrid Stavro, Pentagram / United Kingdom

Pentagram is the world’s largest independently-owned design studio.
Our work encompasses graphics and identity, architecture and interiors, products and packaging, exhibitions and installations, websites and digital experiences, advertising and communications. Our 24 partners are all practicing designers, and whether they are working collaboratively or independently, they always do so in friendship.
Our structure is unique. We are the only major design studio where the owners of the business are the creators of the work and serve as the primary contact for every client. This reflects our conviction that great design cannot happen without passion, intelligence and — above all — personal commitment, and is demonstrated by a portfolio that spans five decades and all industries.

Ateljé Altmann / Sweden

Ateljé Altmann works within the fields of corporate identity, print, packaging, editorial design and environmental graphics. The studio has more than twenty years of extensive experience working within the design industry. Our work stands for clarity and elegant simplicity and is mixed with infectious enthusiasm to deliver wonders for the clients. This website shows a selected group of more recent projects that define our core activity.

Aufuldish & Warinner / USA

Aufuldish & Warinner was formed in 1990 by partners Bob Aufuldish and Kathy Warinner. Our goal is to work with a wide variety of clients in a broad range of capacities, to keep our studio small and flexible, and to have a high level of direct involvement with our clients.

Since 1990, our client base has grown from publishers and arts organizations to high tech and financial companies, many becoming long term clients. Our focus during the design process is listening to our clients and collaborating with them to create fresh and vital visual solutions that communicate the essence of their message. The end product of this collaboration is a unique result of that dialog. People enjoy working with us because we directly involve them with our process. A&W are unique in that we are image makers as well as designers. We frequently create the illustrations, icons, photographs, or typefaces needed for a project.

Autograph / Netherlands

Autograph is Peter Korsman (1982). Co-founder and former member of ATTAK Powergestaltung, a creative partnership with Casper Herselman.

In May 2016 — after almost twelve years — he left ATTAK and started Autograph.

Peter lives and works in ’s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands and is a proud father of two girls.

BVD / Sweden

We started out in 1996 as an award-winning design agency. As a consequence of being almost ridiculously curious, we evolved into something more. Today, we devote our lives to simplifying companies, brands, products and environments, making them clear and relevant. We developed our own method to achieve clarity, and it consists of four blocks:
The first block is to sort and confront the components of your challenge to analyze them from different angles. We do this the way a technician would; it’s just like disassembling a piece of machinery. We ask the simple, stupid questions: why is this tiny cog placed here? How does this thing really work? And once we’ve figured out how your brand works, we reshape and reorganize the pieces for better clarity and power.
The second block is finding the core, the factor that can’t be reduced. The core could be a lot of things: a function, a quality or an attribute.
The third block is exploring that one-and-only feeling, something that hooks into your heart and evokes emotion. We are experts at finding this emotional driver.
Helping this driver gain power and aiming it in the right direction is the fourth block: maximizing impact.

Baldinger VuHuu / France

baldinger•vu-huu is a Paris based, Swiss-German type and graphic design studio founded in 2008. André Baldinger and Toan Vu-Huu work across a broad range of design fields including type design, identities, publications, signage systems, exhibition graphics, and poster design, both for cultural institutions and private clients. They like to share their passion for design by teaching at the ENSAD Paris, ANRT Nancy (FR) and ZHDK Zurich (CH).
Their work is regularly being exhibited, published, and awarded throughout the world.

Balmer Hählen / Switzerland

Founded in 2011 by Priscilla Balmer and Yvo Hählen and established since 2013 in the heart of Lausanne, the studio started under the name A3 Studio to become Balmer Hählen in 2017.

Since its founding, the studio is involved in collaborations. Especially with designers, stylists, artists, and photographers. This ongoing artistic exploration allows the studio to develop different types of print, digital or three-dimensional media.

The studio’s work is regularly rewarded in Switzerland and abroad. Their posters have been selected and exhibited several times in international competitions, among others: in Japan, China, Russia, Scotland and for four consecutive years at “100 Beste Plakate”, the 100 best posters of the Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

Balmer Hählen is also distinguished by the special attention paid to the quality of its prints. Indeed, the duo devotes a cult to beautiful prints.

In 2015, nine professionals of the branch entrusted them with the artistic direction and organization of the “Rendez-vous des créateurs”, an annual event presenting the skills of Swiss craftsmen in the graphic arts chain.

In parallel to graphic design, Balmer Hählen also produces its own artistic production.

Brian Scott / USA

Boon is a multi-disciplinary design practice based in San Francisco. We create expressive and thoughtful work and brand experiences for a diverse range of clients that share our passion for design.

Brian Jacobs, Brick Design / USA

Brian Jacobs is the Founder and Creative Director of Brick Design. Since 2007, he has led the studio in creating award-winning interactive, branding, and environmental design solutions for a diverse range of clients, from startups and nonprofits to Fortune 500s. Prior to forming Brick, Brian spent 11 years as an associate partner at Pentagram and served as AIGA SF president for two years. His expertise and contributions to the industry have earned him numerous design awards. Brian received a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design from the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning.

Catherine Griffiths / New Zealand

Catherine Griffiths is an Aotearoa New Zealand designer, typographer, artist, writer, activist, feminist.

She studied Visual Communication Design at Wellington Polytechnic during the mid-80s, set up a studio space with two other graduates, then worked several years in London. She returned to Wellington as a senior designer, and later set up her own studio practice in 1995 which she has run independently ever since.

Charlie Smith Design / United Kingdom

Our studio has over 15 years’ of experience working across a broad range of sectors including; fashion, hospitality, retail, and the arts.

We have inquisitive minds and believe in research and straight speaking strategy. We don’t follow fads. We do obsess about the detail.

Our approach to projects is collaborative– we listen and work closely with our clients to create beautiful, crafted and timeless design solutions, which are unique to each project brief.

Chris Labrooy / United Kingdom

After graduating from the RCA with an MA in design products, Chris first began to use 3D as a simple tool to visualize ideas for furniture and products. As 3D technology and hardware evolved, Chris saw an opportunity to explore CGI as a creative medium in itself with which he could subvert and twist familiar everyday things into new typographic and sculptural forms. Chris is interested in the intersection between typography, architecture, product design, and visual art.

Based in Scotland, Chris LaBrooy’s unique work can be seen across the UK, Europe, and the United States for advertising, editorial, and publishing. His clients include Apple, Porsche, Nike, Jaguar, AT&T, Citroen, British Airways, Time Magazine, Mcdonalds, T-Mobile, Transport For London, Ted Baker, Target, Prudential Callaway Golf.

Christopher Doyle & Co / Australia

Christopher Doyle & Co. is Christopher Doyle, Stephen Grace and Josie Young. We are an independent and collaborative creative company based in Sydney, Australia.

We specialise in brand identity including naming and verbal identity, creative direction and digital design.

We collaborate with writers, strategists, photographers and developers to work with a diverse range of companies and brands across multiple platforms.

Corey Holms / USA

Located in Jamestown, Washington, Corey Holms has juggled working for large agencies and running a private practice for a decade. Focusing on the fields of identity, type, and entertainment design, his clients range from small boutiques to large multi-national firms.

DIA Studio / USA / Switzerland

We challenge ourselves, our clients, and convention. Our process is designed to dissolve creative and client egos so we can concentrate on strategic and business goals over personal taste and trends. We believe a collective whole is the path to great work. Our office is structured to value everyone’s input equally. We’re constantly pushing ourselves outside our comfort zones, encouraging us to learn and gain new perspectives, which ultimately adds value to our creative output. Though our process is intense, we do not waste time taking ourselves too seriously.

We are a collaborative cross-disciplinary team with an unrelenting quest for quality. We employ a collective and iterative process designed to push the work to its limit. Working together with our clients we ensure the work resonates conceptually, appeals to the desired audience or user, aligns with the strategy, and is successful across all relevant platforms. Our mission is to empower our clients with powerful strategy and intelligent flexible design systems that have a lasting positive impact on their businesses.

Design Studio / USA

We are an international brand and design agency. We create brands for the most innovative and exciting companies in the world, to help them rewrite the rules for how we all live our lives.

There are plenty of other agencies, so why did we believe there was room for another one? Because we kept finding the same frustrations and asking the same questions, time and time again. That’s why we do things differently.

Diego Feijóo / Spain

Multidisciplinary study since 2000. Identity & Illustration & Motion Graphics & Exhibitions & Books & Packaging & Branding & Web Design & Naming & More

Eike König, Hort / Germany

Hort emerged from the Frankfurt techno scene in 1994, originally founded by Eike König as "Eikes grafischer Hort". The studio moved to Berlin in 2007 and has been growing as a group ever since. Hort does art direction, branding, creative consultancy, editorial design, graphic design, illustration, lectures and workshops. Hort works with institutions such as Arte, Bauhaus Dessau, Bergen Assembly, Mousonturm, Frankfurter Positionen and Tanzplattform Deutschland, as well as brands like Adobe, IBM, Microsoft, Nike, The New York Times and Universal Music. People working at Hort are Anne Büttner, Eike König, Elizabeth Legate, Tim Rehm, Tim Schmitt, Tim Sürken and Alan Woo, together with other freelancers and interns.

Eric Schmitt, Studio 1500 / USA

Erik has worked with The Office of Michael Manwaring, Pentagram Design, and as a freelance designer. These experiences have allowed him to work on everything from environmental projects to branding and packaging. His work has been recognized by a wide variety of publications and organizations. He was selected as a 2018 Rome Prize finalist in design from the American Academy in Rome. He received a BFA with Distinction in Design from the California College of the Arts and is an accomplished photographer.

Fanette Mellier / France

Fanette Mellier is a Paris-based designer with a vibrant, lucid use of color. Her predominantly print-based work scales beautifully and applies anywhere, from the billboard-sized type and geometrics (see poster works in her project Circus and folded two-tone type in Multipli) to bright book-shaped pieces (like her contribution to Un Sedicesimo), and design-as-art installations sitting in-between very happily.

For The People / Australia

We're For The People — a brand agency focused 
on getting organisations closer to people through strategy, design, storytelling, and technology.

We're for shaking things up . Disrupting industries, creating new markets and new companies.
We're for culture that fuels creativity and innovation. We help build trust and get teams to work harder and be happier.
We're for new models, new theories, new ways of working for this century, not the last one. Our inspiration comes more from Silicon Valley than management and design textbooks.
We’re for the potential and realisation of technology . We’re for closing the gap between technology use in your personal life vs your work life.
We’re for common-sense and brutal honesty.
We’re for design — utility, magic and the power to shape radically better products and services.
We’re for fighting the system that can’t adapt and the silos that can stop progress dead in its tracks.

We're For The People.

Forest Young, Wolff Olins / USA

Prior to joining Wolff Olins, I led design at West alongside Allison Johnson — former Apple CMO, creating categories for the world’s most promising early-stage companies. Earlier in my career, I served as Interbrand’s Senior Creative Director, supporting a portfolio of critical technology accounts including AT&T, Google, Microsoft, and Vine.

My work has been exhibited at MoMA, the Royal Ontario Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and at international biennials. I enjoy writing about the intersection of design, technology, and culture for TechCrunch, VentureBeat, and Grafik and am a speaking alum of SXSW, Yale GreenLight and Icograda.

I earned a BS in Human Development and Fine Arts from Cornell University and an MFA from Yale University where I was awarded the School of Art’s Mark Whistler Prize.

Garbett Design / Australia

Garbett is a design and branding studio based in Sydney. We work collaboratively with clients to create and nurture outstanding, desirable brands.

Our expertise is in branding and identity design for the arts, cultural and design sectors but we have also leveraged our unique approach to set clients apart in the entertainment, finance, technology, and real estate industries.

Harry Pearce, Pentagram / United Kingdom

Harry Pearce is a graphic designer, accidentalist, eternal optimist, human rights activist and photographer.

He studied at Canterbury College of Art. Before joining Pentagram as a partner in 2006, he co-founded and co-ran Lippa Pearce Design for 16 years.

Pearce has worked around the world devising identities, installations, posters, packaging, books and talks for clients as diverse as the Royal Academy of Arts, Abu Dhabi cultural quarter, Berry Bros & Rudd, Phaidon Press, Pink Floyd Records, Saks Fifth Avenue, Lloyd’s of London, Shakespeare’s Globe, PEN International, Science Museum and the UN. For Ai Weiwei and Anish Kapoor, he created identities for their major retrospectives at the RA.

His work has been exhibited in New York, Paris, London, Toronto and Naples.

Since 1993 he has been an active member of the advisory board for WITNESS, a human rights charity founded by Peter Gabriel. He is also a committed member of Alliance Graphique Internationale and has spoken at design conferences across the globe including Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, USA, India, Holland and Costa Rica.

Hat-Trick / United Kingdom

Hat-trick is one of the most awarded design studios in the UK, currently ranked No.1 in the Design Week creative survey.

Founded in 2001 and led by co-founders Jim Sutherland and Gareth Howat, the company works for clients including Action on Hearing Loss (formerly RNID), Apple, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Imperial War Museums, Land Securities, Natural History Museum, Royal Mail, University of Amsterdam and Wimbledon.

As well as commissioned work, the company produces a range of acclaimed publishing and product design projects.

Hey Studio / Spain

Hey, this is about Hey, a creative studio based in Barcelona since 2007. We mostly work on graphic design and illustration projects for clients around the world.

We create fresh brands, conceptual communication campaigns, unique illustrations, and other creative stuff by working closely with our clients, building strong relationships and taking care of every aspect of the design process. We’re constantly evolving and adapting not only because business and design doesn’t stay still but also because we like to explore new ideas.

Iron Creative / USA

Iron is a multidisciplinary digital agency built to build stronger brands. We specialize in supercharging content marketing for B2B technology businesses and optimizing the digital retail presence of fashion and lifestyle brands.

Javier Jaén / Spain

Javier Jaén (Barcelona, 1983) studied Graphic Design and Fine Arts in Barcelona, New York, and Budapest. His professional activities focus on editorial illustration, book covers, and cultural communication. His is a symbolic, playful language, and he looks for narrative scenarios and aesthetics in close context, related to the everyday experience.

Jean Jullien / France

Jean Jullien is a French graphic artist living and working in Paris.

Originally from Nantes, Jean completed a graphic design degree in Quimper before moving to London. He has since graduated from Central Saint Martins (2008) and from the Royal College of Art (2010). His practice ranges from illustration to photography, video, costume, installations, books, posters and clothing to create a coherent yet eclectic body of work.

Jean has shown work around the world with museums and galleries in Paris, London, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Berlin, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore and beyond. In 2019 he will open shows in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Seoul and Brussels.

He has worked with hundreds of clients including New York Times, New Yorker, The Guardian, Beams, RCA Records, The Connaught, Colette, SZ Magazin, National Geographic, Le Grand Palais, Le Centre Pompidou, Amnesty International, Esquire, Le Coq Sportif, Le Bon Marché, Hermès, Mr. Porter, Champion USA, Salomon, Petit Bateau, Vogue and many more.

Jean has also published numerous books with acclaimed houses including Phaidon, Walker Books, Comme des Géants and Hato Press. In 2016, he published his first monograph with teNeues. He is represented in the UK by the Wylie Agency.

Jeff Keedy / USA

Mr. Keedy is an educator, designer, type designer, and writer, who has been teaching in the Graphic Design Program at California Institute of the Arts since 1985. He has been recognized for his design work for institutional and commercial clients in branding, packaging and publication design. His design work has been published in Typography Sketchbooks, New Ornamental Type: Decorative Lettering in the Digital Age, The Handy Book of Artistic Printing, Boxed and Labelled: New Approaches to Packaging Design, New Design: Los Angeles, LACE: Living the Archive, and in the textbooks Graphic Design in Context and Graphic! Design History. His essays have been published in Eye, I.D., Emigre, Critique, Idea, Adbusters, Looking Closer One, Two, and Four, and The Education of a Graphic Designer. His work has most recently been exhibited at MoMA, SFMoMA, CAM Raleigh, and The Biennial of Graphic Design, Brno, Czech Republic. His typeface Keedy Sans was added to MoMA’s permanent Architecture and Design Collection in 2011.

Jennifer Morla / USA / Switzerland

Over the course of her 40-year career, Jennifer Morla has tapped into the hidden strengths of word and image. Her work can’t be pigeon-holed into a specific style because she responds so directly to the particular needs of each project, but one common thread is her creative use of letters and visuals – together, in isolation, or in stark contrast. She frequently wields the power of counterpoint, playing word and image against (and for) each other, producing a whole that is even more engaging than its parts.
Originally from Manhattan, Morla received a conceptual art education at the Hartford Art School, University of Hartford and her BFA in Graphic Design from the Massachusetts College of Art. She moved to San Francisco in 1978 and worked as a designer for PBS/KQED where she created show identities and on-air openings. Three years later, she was hired as Art Director for Levi Strauss & Co. After leaving Levi’s, she opened Morla Design and continues to design there every day.

Jeremy Matthews, Mucho / Australia

Jeremy Matthews is a graphic designer with over 15 years of experience in brand and identity design.

Jeremy started his career in Sydney, where he founded the design studio Mia&Jem with his wife and fellow designer Mia Daminato. In 2006 he moved to San Francisco, where he worked at MetaDesign and Ammunition for brands such as Beats by Dre, Apple, Polaroid, Kohler, Adobe and the AIGA. In 2014 Jeremy moved back to Sydney where he currently works as a designer for Mucho.

Jeremy’s work has been widely published in North America, Spain, Mexico, Germany, Asia and Australia. In 2013 his work was included in the AIGA poster exhibition InsideOut San Francisco, alongside the work of famed designers such as Peter Saville, Tony Brook, Ivan Chermayeff and Pentagram.

Jonathan Barnbrook / United Kingdom

Jonathan Barnbrook is designer of the infamous and ubiquitous Mason and Exocet fonts released by Emigre. He also releases other typefaces through his own foundry Virusfonts.
In addition to being a type designer, Barnbrook runs a design studio where he has collaborated with such noted people as David Bowie, Damien Hirst and Adbusters. He is also seen as one of the early innovators in the world of motion graphics, and his contribution to graphic design was recognised by a major exhibition at the Design Museum, London in 2007.

Julio Martinez, Studio 1500 / USA

Born in México City, Julio has worked as a freelance designer and at Pentagram Design, where he worked on a broad range of branding, print, web and packaging projects. Julio received a BFA in Graphic Design from San José State University, where he is currently a Lecturer in their Department of Design. He served as the Diversity Chair at the AIGA San Francisco Board of Directors from 2012-2018 and is also an avid illustrator.

Larssen & Amaral / Norway

We use strategy, design, and technology to create engaging solutions and experiences for businesses, brands, and products.

Strategic thinking and good insight allow us to design with purpose in mind. From how products or services look and feel in the real and digital world, down to how they communicate and speak to their customers.

Laurent Fétis / France

After graduating from l'École d'architecture de Versailles and l'École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Paris, Laurent Fétis started his studio in 1999. His expertise embraces the world of art, fashion, music, design, to everything that encompasses luxury.

His work includes projects with artists and designers such as Lucian Freud, Sophie Calle, Nan Goldin, Xavier Veilhan, Elisabeth Arkhipoff, Daniel Arsham and Merce Cunningham, Roman Coppola, M83, Beck, DJ Hell, Dita von Teese, Arielle Dombasle, Cerrone, Digitalism, Pilooski, Discodeine, Tristesse Contemporaine, Tahiti 80, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Martin Szekely among others…

He also develop books, signage systems, posters, invitations, entertainment and digital media, for institutions such as le Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, le Centre Pompidou, la Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, le Musée d'Art Moderne de la ville de Paris, La Biennale internationale Design Saint-Etienne, le Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Rizzoli New York, Thames & Hudson, Galerie Kreo, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Cahiers d'art, la Maison de Victor Hugo, le CAPC Bordeaux, Transmission Gallery (Glasgow), Saatchi & Saatchi New Director Showcase, MOMA Design Store (New York), to name but a few.

Some of his commercial clients include Hermès, Lanvin, Red Bull, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Toyota, Chrysler, Nike, Orange, Japanese Railway, Artcurial…

Lo Siento / Spain

Lo Siento is a small studio from Barcelona that especially enjoys taking over the whole concept of the identity projects.
Its main feature is an organic and physical approach to the solutions, resulting in a field where graphics and industrial design dialogue, always searching an alliance with the artisan processes.

Loran Stosskopf, Mucho / France

Loran Stosskopf is Partner, Creative director at Mucho Design.
He was born in 1978, graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and continued his studies at the Cooper Union School of Art in New York. After a stint with the Atelier de Création Graphique, he began his professional career with the Pentagram design studio in London. Since 2002, he has also done international project work in the fields of press, art, fashion and architecture.

His projects include the graphic design of a Phaidon travel guide series (Wallpaper* City Guides), the art direction of Télérama and the creation of exhibition catalogues and posters for cultural institutions like the French Ministry of Culture, Frac Île-de-France and Paris Musées.

He takes regular part in workshops and schools, including EnsAD, la HEAR, ESC Pau, Le Havre or ECV.

His work has been exhibited at the Chaumont International Poster and Graphic Design Festival and the National Library of France. His pieces have won awards from the French Concurs de Plus Beaux Livres, D&AD in London and the Art Directors Club of France. Loran Stosskopf’s work has appeared in various publications, such as Design Week (United Kingdom), Étapes (France), Wallpaper Magazine (United Kingdom), Gallery (China) and The New York Times (United States).

Lundgren+Lindqvist / Sweden

Lundgren+Lindqvist is a Sweden based design studio led by founding partners Andreas Friberg Lundgren and Carl-Johan Lindqvist. With an approach that is conceptually driven, the studio has built an international reputation for crafting high-quality solutions that are equally compelling to the eyes and the intellect.
Since the start in 2007, the studio has utilised code as a tool as natural to the design process as pen and paper. Although often simple in form, the output is multi-layered and built upon an in-depth understanding of the project’s prerequisites. Whether the solution is physical or digital, the studio employs a bespoke approach aiming to make clear what is mudded.


Jeremy Mickel grew up in Ohio and studied at Indiana University. He moved to New York in 2001 and worked in several NYC design studios while continuing his design education at SVA, where he took his first typeface design class with the legendary Ed Benguiat. He published his first typeface with Village in 2008 and joined as a full foundry member in 2012.
His work has been honored by the Type Director’s Club and AIGA, and his typeface Router was included in “Graphic Design: Now In Production” at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and Walker Art Center. He has taught at RISD and MCAD, and has given lectures and led design workshops around the country.

MacFadden & Thorpe / USA

MACFADDEN & THORPE is a boutique design studio based in San Francisco. Rather than specialize in one medium, client type, or area of inquiry, we focus our work through an overall ethos of quality and a pragmatic approach to bringing ideas into reality. We have an earnest belief in partnership, and the ability of design to improve and clarify. Together, with our cherished clients, we aspire to create work that is smart, functional and handsome, regardless of medium or market.

Manual / USA

Manual is a design and branding studio based in San Francisco. We help our clients express themselves and their products through iconic brand identities and beautiful experiences. Our work strives to clarify purpose, build meaning, and stir up curiosity and emotion.
We are an intentionally small, independent team of designers and art directors. We specialize in building identities, by working with clients early on to help them define their brand, and partnering all the way through execution across key touch points. We also work with global brands on special projects and initiatives that demand fresh creative thinking.

We believe that a successful relationship is born out of collaboration and partnership. We listen to our clients carefully and dig deep to understand their objectives and audience. We are in constant pursuit of differentiation. We want our clients to stand out, not just fit in.

We have a carefully selected network of expert individuals who we partner with to meet the specific needs of a project, including writers, strategists, photographers, animators, filmmakers and creative technologists. This approach allows us to stay nimble while delivering world-class creative. We keep it in the family and work collaboratively with our clients and partners.

Marina Willer, Pentagram / United Kingdom

Marina Willer is a graphic designer and film-maker with an MA in Graphic Design from the Royal College of Art. Before joining Pentagram as a partner, she was head creative director for Wolff Olins in London.

During the course of her career, Willer has led the design of major identities schemes for Amnesty International, Tate, Southbank Centre, Serpentine Galleries, Oxfam, Nesta, Second Home, Sam Labs, and the largest telecoms in Russia (Beeline) and Brazil (Oi), among many others. She was also one of the designers behind the brand for Macmillan Cancer Support. More recently she leads the rebrand of Battersea, one of ​Britain's​ ​oldest and most famous animal rescue centers​.

Martin Brown Design / United Kingdom

Martin Brown is a London-based Creative Director with over 20 years of international experience. He works strategically and creatively with businesses and cultural organizations who value the impact of meaningful design. After studying at Central Saint Martins in London, he moved to Holland and worked for Studio Dumbar in Den Haag.

Martin returned to London for a position with Wolff Olins, which saw him become one of the designers of the iconic Orange brand. This led on to projects with clients such as Olivetti, a company whose design heritage he’d always admired.

He left for a number of years to work with the world’s leading brand experience agency – Imagination, then returned to Wolff Olins as Creative Director and as Head of Design on the management team. During this time he built new businesses for Mercedes-Benz, as well as brands for Lloyds Banking Group, Ericsson and Sony PlayStation.

Matt Harris / USA

Originally from the UK, Matt is a Design Director with over 13 years in the industry. He is currently based in San Francisco working for Moving Brands.

Michael Johnson / United Kingdom

Michael set up the company in 1992, after learning his trade in brand consultancy, design and art direction across the globe in Tokyo, Sydney, Melbourne, and London.

25 years later, Johnson oversees the strategic and creative output of the company but is just as likely to roll up his sleeves and get involved in the work himself. This access to key directors is one of the ways that Johnson Banks is different from competitors often ten times its size.

Mike Dempsey / United Kingdom

After a decade in publishing, Mike formed the highly successful design consultancy Carroll, Dempsey, and Thirkell in 1979, which he ran for 27 years. In 2007 he left to set up Studio Dempsey.

Mike’s awards include the New York Art Director’s Club Silver Cube, the CSD Minerva Award, ten D&AD Silvers, the coveted Gold award, and in 2012 he received a special D&AD, Black Pencil for the most awarded designer in their 50-year history. He is a member of Alliance Graphic International, a past
President of D&AD, a past Master of The Faculty of Royal Designers for Industry, and in 1994 he was made a Royal Designer for Industry.

Moniker / USA

Moniker is a design studio based in San Francisco, California. We’re experts in shaping visual identities across brand, packaging, and motion, creating timeless and thoughtful design systems for a diverse range of local and international clients.

Moving Brands / USA / United Kingdom / Switzerland

Moving Brands began in 1998 with five people passionate about design, film, storytelling and technology. They shared the belief that creativity was the most powerful tool a business could use. At first, they focused on two things – filmmaking to satisfy their creativity and the design and build of a broadcast quality live-streaming system to satisfy their urge to innovate.
Web design and experience design came next, leading Moving Brands to pioneer our multi-sensorial brand identity system that defines graphics, sound, motion, texture and emotion.

Mucho / San Francisco / New York / Barcelona / Paris / Sydney

We create design with meaning.

Great design speaks to your head, and your heart. It makes you feel different, and think differently. It makes you remember, and respond.

That’s what we aim for: to go from insight to ideas to design that connects. To craft things with intelligence, sensitivity and precision.

It doesn’t happen in isolation. That’s why we work collaboratively with our clients, and with each other. As an international collective, we take a global outlook. We’re open. We share. We learn.

The result: intelligent, effective design that makes a lasting impression.

MuirMcNeil / United Kingdom

MuirMcNeil is a collaboration between Paul McNeil and Hamish Muir. Our activities are focussed on exploring parametric design methods to generate appropriate solutions to visual communication problems.

Mytton Williams / United Kingdom

We design brands that are beautifully simple solutions to tricky business challenges. After twenty years in the business of branding, we know exactly what we’re doing. We apply the clarity of thought and timeless simplicity of design, to create brands that help organizations stand out from the crowd. Our solutions are carefully designed to engage customers new and old and to work across every channel, from print to pixels and beyond. In short, they do their job perfectly and will keep doing so for many years.

NB Studio / United Kingdom

We put design at the heart of our business and our soul into everything we create. We’re here to explore the future on behalf of our clients and ask, “What could the brand of tomorrow look like?” Creative courage underpins everything we do.

Ordinary is dull. There are opportunities lurking everywhere to add wit, warmth and fireworks. We believe design can make the world a livelier place and that beautifully crafted ideas really do solve business problems. Our aim is to generate an outstanding return on your investment in design.

Narrow Gauge / New Zealand

Narrow Gauge is s design studio operation out of Split/fountain (S/F), merges at least 3 forms of production and dissemination –– art, design, and print –– through its operation as a design studio, project space, bookshop, curatorial office, niche publishing house and pocket-scaled laboratory for urban aesthetics and collaborative thinking. S/F works with artists as well as designers and architects and has its own publishing imprint, producing publications, newspapers and artists’ editions. With a special emphasis on printed matter, the S/F project aims to enable and promote critical speculation and knowledge production in the related fields of design, art, and architecture. It was founded in 2009.

Nell May / New Zealand / Germany

Nell May is a New Zealand-born designer who has been based in Berlin since 2012. Alongside commissioned projects, she collaborates with artists and works on independent research projects, often operating at the point of intersection between art, architecture and design.

Nevs Hamling / United Kingdom

News Hemling is Design Director of Jack Renwick Studio, an independent branding and design agency based in Whitechapel, London.
With an approach driven by strong ideas, grounded in strategic thinking, we work with our clients across every touchpoint of their brand – finding solutions for complex problems, and opportunities to express themselves in unexpected places.
The brands we work with are big and small, new and old, public and private, from the UK and much, much further away. Whoever they are, we immerse ourselves in their world to solve their problems with creativity, cleverness and commitment.
Along the way we’ve picked up many design awards for our work, but more importantly the work we do helps brands to succeed.

Niklaus Troxler / Switzerland

Niklaus Troxler is a Swiss graphic designer and the Willisau Jazz Festival from 1975 to 2009. His poster designs have achieved international renown, and are part of the permanent collection of several museums worldwide. Today, Niklaus’ posters are part of the design collections of museums such as the MoMA in New York, MoMA Toyama, the German Poster Museum in Essen, and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.

Nomad / United Kingdom

It’s a mindset. An attitude that unites us. To do new.
To bring magic to the everyday. Every day.
Turn likes into loves, customers into friends
and complex problems into amazing experiences.
It’s a spirit we share. With our clients and each other.

Olly St John, NB Studio / United Kingdom

We put design at the heart of our business and our soul into everything we create. We’re here to explore the future on behalf of our clients and ask, “What could the brand of tomorrow look like?” Creative courage underpins everything we do.
Ordinary is dull. There are opportunities lurking everywhere to add wit, warmth and fireworks. We believe design can make the world a livelier place and that beautifully crafted ideas really do solve business problems. Our aim is to generate an outstanding return on your investment in design.

Osborne Ross / United Kingdom

Formed in 2001, Osborne ross is a multi-disciplinary design consultancy based in London.
Between them, the partners – Deborah Osborne and Andrew rRoss– have won a d&ad gold award,
2 d&ad silvers, designweek best of the show, new york art directors silver, british book design
award, and a third sector award for charity work. they have also given lectures at d&ad and
ravensbourne college of art.

Osborne Shiwan / New Zealand

Founded in 2006, Osborne Shiwan is an Auckland-based brand agency specializing in strategic thinking and art direction. Creative Directors Lloyd Osborne and Shabnam Shiwan have worked with some of New Zealand’s most influential brands and their work has been recognized internationally within the areas of commerce, arts and culture.

Pablo Juncadella, Mucho / Spain

Pablo Juncadella graduated from the Eina School of Design and Art (Barcelona) in 1999.
After working for Fernando Gutierrezat at Grafica (Madrid and Barcelona) and later Pentagram (London), he went on to found Mucho with Marc Català. Together, they handled the art direction for the British newspaper The Observer (London), which they performed alongside other corporate identity, editorial design and packaging projects out of their studio in Barcelona. In 2006, they made the definitive moved back to Barcelona, where they now work on both local and international projects. Since 2008, Pablo has been combining project work with teaching at Eina, where he teaches art direction, and ELISAVA were he is the Director of the graphic design postgraduate. Together with Tilman Sole, John Dowling, Rob Duncan and Marc Catala he directs Mucho with offices In Spain The UK, Germany and the USA.

Pablo’s work has been awarded internationally including a Yellow Pencil for Typography design in 2011.

Parallax / Australia

Parallax is a brand and communications design consultancy based in Adelaide, Australia. Whilst we enjoy a reputation as one of Australia’s most creative studios, we don’t believe in design for its own sake. Our work is firmly rooted in a thorough understanding of our clients’ objectives, and informed by strategically-driven thinking. We pride ourselves on being able to distil complex problems into simple, logical solutions. Solutions that separate our clients from their competition. Solutions that engage and inspire the consumer. Solutions that cannot be ignored.

Paul Belford / United Kingdom

We are a multi-awarded creative agency working in the fields of branding and communications.
Our clients include global corporations yet we are agile enough to also work with small startups.
We believe that creative work should be intelligent, relevant, beautiful and therefore memorable.
Our unique benefit is the talent, enthusiasm and work ethic of the individuals who walk through the door every morning. Their skills include strategy, creative direction, writing, graphic design, art direction, animation, coding, sound design, and project management.
This website is a catalog of that work. We hope you see something you like.

Peter Saville / United Kingdom

Peter Saville is a graphic designer known predominantly for his edgy work for the music and fashion industries.
Saville’s career began in the late 1970s in Manchester, England, at the nascent Factory Records, an independent label that went on to establish rock bands like Joy Division and New Order. His relationship with the company lasted until 1991. From 1981-83, Saville was art director of the Dindisc record label in London, where he was responsible for identity, packaging and marketing. His early sleeves received immediate acclaim and he won three silver awards in the 1981 D&AD Awards. In 1983, Saville established his own studio, Peter Saville Associates, with regular collaborator Brett Wickens. During these years, music industry clients such as Roxy Music, Ultravox, Peter Gabriel and New Order were joined by institutional clients such as the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, the Pompidou Centre, Paris, and the French Ministry of Culture, as well as fashion clients including Yohji Yamamoto, Martine Sitbon and Jil Sander.

Peter Horridge / United Kingdom

Peter Horridge is a world-leading designer and illustrator, unsurpassed in the creation of letterforms and with a distinctive fluidity of line, his logos, crests, marques and illustrations identify hundreds of brands and institutions throughout the world – from hip lingerie specialist Agent Provocateur and John Smedley, fine knitwear, to the timelessly classy Raffles Hotel in Singapore, to name a few.

Poulsen Projects / USA

Mads Jakob Poulsen is an award-winning artist and designer who has been in design and branding in New York and Copenhagen for the last decade. Mads Jakob Poulsen has worked for global clients, a vice-president, cultural institutions, passionate non-profits — he has served as a juror in award shows, and done lectures internationally, he has also had a logo in space.
Before founding his own design studio he worked with international brands as Creative Director at Siegel+Gale and prior to that at Wolff Olins, New York.


Founded in 1977, the agency has been a pioneer at the intersection of technology, design, and marketing with work spanning web, mobile, social, retail, product innovation, brand development and business consulting for the connected age. R/GA has more than 2,000 employees globally with offices across the United States, Europe, South America, and Asia-Pacific and is part of The Interpublic Group of Companies (NYSE: IPG), one of the world’s largest advertising and marketing services organizations.

Rebecca Sutherland / United Kingdom

Freelance Illustrator working mainly for the design industry. Work ranges from stamps for Royal Mail, packaging for Waitrose and illustration for Virgin Atlantic. Versatile and experienced in working with art directors and designers. Yellow pencil winner in Crafts for Design/illustration for Design 2014, for a children's book - Hide & Eek! Linocuts, papercuts, painting and digital.

Rob Duncan, Mucho / USA

Rob founded the Mucho office in San Francisco in 2013. 
His distinguished career has seen him work with leading companies on both sides of the Atlantic.

He began his career at the renowned UK agency Mytton Williams. In 2000, he joined Pentagram’s London office, where he worked with clients such as Egon Zehnder International, One&Only Resorts and The Waterways Trust.

He was invited to relocate to the USA to join Pentagram’s San Francisco office in 2003, where he led numerous design programs. In 2007, he became an Art Director on Apple’s Retail and Events team, creating and directing innovative design concepts for events and campaigns. He later established his own San Francisco firm, Rob Duncan Design. In 2010, Rob was joined by British designer John Dowling 
to form the transatlantic partnership Dowling Duncan.

He has built an impressive portfolio of clients, including Apple, Coblentz Law, Dell, Gap, Google, Kodak, HP, HTC, Mars, PayPal, Venmo and University of California.

Rob’s work has been widely published in books and the design press. He has received awards from D&AD, the Scottish Design Awards, the Art Directors Club of New York, AIGA, Graphis, Communication Arts and the New York Festivals Award.

Robert Shaw, Northbank / United Kingdom

Founded in 1998 by Maria Bez, Simon Cryer, and Robert Shaw, Northbank is a multidisciplinary, independent graphic design consultancy based at Glove Factory Studios near Bath, with a strong reputation for producing creative, bespoke and effective solutions. We collaborate with writers, strategists, photographers and developers to work with a diverse range of companies and brands.
The work we undertake ranges from brand identity and implementation, editorial, annual reports, and corporate literature through to arts and property marketing, across multiple platforms.
Our combined experience helps us tackle projects of any size with the same thoughtfulness, commitment, and verve, first by understanding your objectives and then by responding with a crafted and distinctive solution that works.

Robert Selfe, Brick Design / USA

Brick is a multi-disciplinary design studio that creates comprehensive brand experiences. We achieve elegant design and technology solutions that work simply and consistently across mediums. Our design method is a mix of time-tested logic and experienced intuition. We involve you in the iterative process and consistently deliver quality design solutions by following this approach.

S&Co / Colombia

We are design, brand strategy, and branding firm. We create systems of visual identity, communications, packaging and brand experiences that help bring brands closer to people.

Sascha Lobe, Pentagram / United Kingdom

Sascha Lobe is a graphic designer working at the intersection of architecture and graphic design, he joined Pentagram as a partner in June 2018. His work encompassed signage, print, branding and identity projects for some of the world’s most well-known companies and cultural institutions. Lobe has received over 100 international awards in all areas of visual communication; including the Type Directors Club New York, Red Dot Design Award and European Design Award. Lobe was appointed to the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) in 2009 and is a Professor of Typography at HfG Offenbach. His printed art works are currently held by the design collections of Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Neue Sammlung München, Kunstbibliothek Berlin, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, and Museum Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt. Lobe created the celebrated identity for the Bauhaus-Archiv Museum.

Sawdust / United Kingdom

Sawdust is the creative partnership of Jonathan Quainton and Rob Gonzalez. We specialize in bespoke and innovative typography, brand display typefaces, visual identities and image-creation for clients.

At the heart of what we do is a desire to create work that is both explorative and beautifully crafted. Above all else, we retain a deeply rooted conviction to not only deliver a design that is effective but that exceeds our client’s expectations.

Sean Hogan / Australia

Sean Hogan established the design studio Trampoline in 1995. Driven by continuous experimentation with image making and typography, Sean has developed a commercial practice that blurs the processes and visual language of art and design.

From this foundation, Sean has built a client base including universities, research
labs, and design studios, predominately in the fields of architecture and landscape architecture. His commercial work spans branding, identity, art direction, typography, book and publication design, poster art and large-scale graphic installations.

Simon Cryer, Northbank / United Kingdom

Founded in 1998 by Maria Bez, Simon Cryer, and Robert Shaw, Northbank is a multidisciplinary, independent graphic design consultancy based at Glove Factory Studios near Bath, with a strong reputation for producing creative, bespoke and effective solutions. We collaborate with writers, strategists, photographers and developers to work with a diverse range of companies and brands.
The work we undertake ranges from brand identity and implementation, editorial, annual reports, and corporate literature through to arts and property marketing, across multiple platforms.
Our combined experience helps us tackle projects of any size with the same thoughtfulness, commitment, and verve, first by understanding your objectives and then by responding with a crafted and distinctive solution that works.

Spin / United Kingdom

Graphic design is our passion. We are obsessed with the challenges of a discipline that exists in a state of constant flux. At its best, it is thought-provoking, memorable and leaves a lasting impression.

Our holistic approach in dealing with the complex requirements of clients is supported by extensive experience delivering rigorous identity systems across all platforms, digital, print and environmental.

‘Over the last 20 years, Spin have firmly established themselves as one of London’s best design studios. Delivering consistently high-quality work across a huge range of clients that span the arts, communication, broadcast, design, electronics, and entertainment sectors as well as application, their portfolio includes identities, books, marketing campaigns, motion graphics, packaging, and websites’.
—Lecture in progress

Steers McGillan Eves / United Kingdom

An independent, award-winning design consultancy; specialists in integrated communication for cultural, education, healthcare, charity and development sectors. Our list of prestigious clients includes: The Royal Collection, The Royal Landscape, The Crown Estate, Historic Royal Palaces, National Trust, Museums Association, Rambert and Royal Museums Greenwich.

Stuart Radford, Superunion / United Kingdom

Stuart is a multi-award winning Creative Director, and leads Superunion UK’s creative team, working with clients that include BBC, Maybourne Hotel Group, Arte, British Land and Investec Asset Management.

Stuart’s work has been widely recognised by creative award wins at Cannes Lions, New York Art Directors Club, DBA Effectiveness, Design Week and the D&AD awards. He won Brand New’s Identity of the Year award for Tusk Trust, the African conservation charity, and collected over 30 design awards for the London Symphony Orchestra, including six awards at Art Director Club New York and Best in Book for Creative Review Annual. When not being judged himself, Stuart is heavily involved in mentoring and awards juries. He has judged the student and professional D&AD Awards several times and has been involved with educational programmes for D&AD at Ravensbourne College and the Design Symposium North.

Studio Band / Australia

We are an internationally awarded graphic design consultancy specialising in brand development, creative direction and strategic design. We work with clients of all sizes, from start-ups to global corporations, across a broad range of sectors such as wine, the arts, hospitality, and education. Our mission is to ensure our clients communicate, inspire and resonate with their audience in order to enhance their commercial success.

Studio Build / United Kingdom

Studio.Build is an award-winning creative agency with an international reputation for creating strong visual narratives. Utilising graphic design, art directions, image making, moving image, and typography, we help you to communicate, tell your story or grow your brand with contemporary, thoughtful design.

Studio Scott / USA

Design matters. It influences how we think and feel. It shapes our decisions. It expresses identity. It is part of everything. But great design is not the work of designers alone. At Studio Scott, we do our best work in partnership with clients who bring enthusiasm and dedication to the table. Through creative collaboration—your commitment, our expertise—we produce great design. And that is something we all can celebrate.

Studio Sutherl& / United Kingdom

Joy is persuasive. Find the joy in each project, work with it, create it in others. People respond by opening up, listening, reconsidering.

Studio Sutherl& was founded to be agile and personal, building teams from the best artists, architects, writers, strategists, fashion designers and others to suit each project. There is great creative potential in collaboration.

Studio Hinrichs / USA

Whether the end purpose is a logo, packaging, marketing program, environmental wayfinding system, promotion piece, consumer magazine or a book, we believe that the most effective design has a narrative thread. It communicates rather than decorates. It promotes understanding of a subject or philosophy. It makes the complex simple; the opaque, transparent; the unstructured, concrete; the obtuse, accessible; the ordinary, beautiful, and, ultimately, the message memorable. Narrative design is a way to help our clients tell the story of who they are and what they value and do so in a way that holds the viewers’ interest and makes them care.

Studio Texture / United Kingdom

We want to make the world better.
We want to work with organizations that make lives better.
We want to understand people better.
We want to create brands that perform better.
We are Studio Texture.
We do better.

Sulki & Min / South Korea

Choi Sulki and Choi Sung Min are graphic designers working around Seoul, South Korea. They met at Yale University where they both earned their MFA degrees. After working as researchers at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, they returned to Korea in 2005 to start their own practice. Since then, they have created graphic identities, promotional materials, publications and websites for many cultural institutions and individuals. From 2010 until 2013, they worked as graphic designers of the BMW Guggenheim Lab, an ambitious project jointly initiated by the Guggenheim Foundation and BMW, for which they designed an interactive identity system driven by online public participation.

The Original Champions of Design / USA

Now we explore a range of graphic opportunities that exist for your brand, built upon our shared vision. We'll fully develop the identity system and apply it to the key deliverables to test the system's flexibility as well as its expansiveness. Put simply, we make sure the design works in every conceivable way.

The Colour Club / Australia

We are The Colour Club, a creative studio based in Sydney. Working across a variety of disciplines we help brands gain genuine desirability and distinction through design. Strategic thinking, a collaborative approach and a love of our craft allows us to cultivate tailored solutions for clients big and small.

Thomas Williams / USA

Thomas is an Australian designer living and working in Los Angeles. Focused on brand identity and digital product, he has worked and collaborated with global brands including Apple, Patagonia, MINI, Xero, and Sonos. He is currently the VP & Design Director of Digital Product at the Wall Street Journal.

Todd Richards / USA

Todd Richards is Principal / Creative Director at TAR Studio.
TAR Studio is a San Francisco-based design studio founded by designer Todd Richards, a visual storyteller with a reputation for idea driven design, distilling often difficult to understand concepts into surprisingly simple and engaging formats. The studio works on a broad range of visual communication commissions encompassing corporate design, brand identities, editorial & book design, event & exhibition design, and packaging.

Transparent House / San Francisco

We are a full service creative + production agency with offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Moscow, and Berlin that specializes in product and real estate marketing & advertising. With roots in photorealistic CGI (computer generated imagery) and design, and teams deeply versed in new-media technologies, we employ strategic digital innovation for future-forward brands - from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies.

Triboro / USA

Triboro, the studio made up by David Heasty and Stefanie Weigler, creates design solutions for clients in publishing, art, fashion, music, lifestyle, and for cultural institutions. The studio excels both in building inspiring brands from the ground-up and in shepherding established brands into new territories. Triboro’s partners have won numerous industry awards and their work has been featured in publications and exhibitions around the world.

Ueno / USA

Ueno is a group of people in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, and Iceland. We create brands, products, and experiences. And we use strategy, design, content, and technology to do it. Our clients include Google, Facebook, Uber, Reuters, Chubb, Slack, Visa, and a lot of cool startups you haven't heard of (yet).

Underline Studio / Canada

Underline co-founders Claire and Fidel provide creative direction on all projects and share art direction duties. Other members of our creative team include designers, brand strategists, writers, production artists and project managers, as well as web developers, videographers and motion designers. All team members are experienced professionals who focus on the smallest details of their disciplines while always paying attention to the bigger creative picture and a project’s overall strategic goals. It’s this collective rigour that enables Underline to consistently produce work of the highest quality in collaboration with our clients.

Vehicle / USA

We believe that great design has the power to change minds, create allegiances, and inspire action. We excel at designing integrated branding programs that include mobile, web, video, print, and retail design. We work with a wide range of clients, from image-driven lifestyle brands and corporate clients to technology startups and cultural organizations. Our goal is to provide insightful brand stewardship, impeccable project management, and effective creative solutions for each of our client’s unique needs.

Volume Inc / USA

Volume Inc. is a design studio focusing on the intersection of branding, architecture, and experience design. Specifically, comprehensive “360°” branding programs, exhibitions, workplace / “site-specific” branding, and wayfinding / environmental graphics. Clients include: Autodesk, Bloomberg, The California Academy of Sciences, Facebook, Google, Sony Computer Entertainment, McSweeney's, Rizzoli, Adobe Systems, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Chronicle Books, Heath Ceramics, Southern Exposure, AIGA, The American Institute of Architects, Seagate, and Microsoft.

Volume's work has been exhibited, honored by, or published in the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, Eye, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Communication Arts, Graphis, ID, Step Inside Design, Print, How, Exhibitor, Coupe, Étapes, the Type Directors Club, AIGA, the Western Art Director's Club, the German Design Council, and the 2003, 2005, and 2007 California Design Biennials at the Pasadena Museum of California Art.