Gary Tooth, is a creative director and graphic designer based in the lower Hudson Valley, one hour north of Manhattan. Gary has worked for a variety of clients and publishers, designing brands and publications, for companies, artists, museums and celebrity chefs. His passion for typography and eye for detail drive him to create functional and elegant work.
His work has been published by the AIGA, Art Directors Club, D&AD, The New York Book Show, Type Directors Club, and featured in ID Magazine, Interior Design, Metropolis, Monocle, The New York Times Style Section, Design Week, and in the books 1000 Graphic Elements, Letterhead and Logo Design 9, and Old Type New Type.
Milk Street The New Home Cooking was nominated for a James Beard Award in 2018 —it’s the second nomination for a book we have designed.
SUNY CUAD has awarded Hue the title of 'best college magazine' in 2015-16 from a State University of New York, for the second time. Yeah Hue.
Prime: Reflections on Time and Beauty, by Peter Freed has been awarded a Gold medal at the 20th Annual Independent Publisher Awards (2016 IPPY Awards ).
Buvette The Pleasure of Good Food, was shortlisted in The 2015 Piglet: Tournament of Cookbooks. Making the quarterfinals-close but no cigar.
Hue magazine for the Fashion Institute of Technology has won 14 awards including Gold for best new design in the CASE awards.
In 2008, Morimoto was nominated for a James Beard Award.
The Sweet Life, art directed and designed for Bulfinch, won second place for Special Trade in the 21st Annual New York Book Show, March 2007.
Hoops: Four Decades of the Pro Game, designed for Abrams, won third place for Special Trade in the 20th Annual New York Book Show, March 2006.
A Badly Flawed Election was selected as one of the AIGA 50 Books / 50 Covers winners published in 365: AIGA Year in Design, Number Twenty-four.
Reflections was selected as one of the AIGA 50 Books / 50 Covers winners published in 365: AIGA Year in Design, Number Twenty-three.