Find it in Everything is a collection photographs by Drew Barrymore. The images all feature a heart shape, some obvious and others more obscure. The minimalist cover features simple type filled with one of the images, and subtle deboss of a heart in the corner of the cover.
For Little, Brown
Inspired by USA Network’s “Characters Welcome” tagline, and with the support of the Aperture Foundation. USA Network commissioned eleven renowned photographers to interpret "character" in America today. The result is American Character: A Photographic Journey a 196 page book and a touring exhibition called the "Character Project."
For Chronicle Books /USA Network
Hue magazine, is the alumni magazine for FIT (The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York), it's published three times a year. First published in 2007, the magazine has been honored with 11 Awards, including the prestigious CASE award for best redesign.
We work closely with the Hue team to create a magazine that showcases both alumni achievements and their work. We also commission photography and illustration by alumni to create artwork for the issues.
These images represent some of the incredible alumni we worked with, photographed, or illustrated in issues 1–21.
The Art Gallery of Ontario commissioned Frank Gehry to redesign their museum addition in 2002. They also commissioned fine art photographer Ed Burtynsky to document the process. This book takes the reader from first sketches through to the finished building, including essays from key members of the AGO. Printed as a limited edition with a chipboard cover and as a paperback with a metallic cover.
For Merrell Publishers, UK
In the Spirit of Swing is the 25th anniversary celebration book for Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC). Working with Wynton Marsalis and staff photographer Frank Stewart the images were edited down from literally thousands to hundreds of images. The book features historical and performance shots and essays from key figures involved in JALC over the years.
For Chronicle Books
The Jazz Image is a collection of photographs spanning six decades of jazz performers, from Louis Armstrong to John Coltrane to Miles Davis.
To reference the original photographs, narrow white borders were created by positioning images close to the page edge.
For Abrams Books
Photographer Jill Greenberg’s work normally involves shooting celebrities or large advertising campaigns. But one of her personal projects has been to shoot monkeys and apes in the studio, capturing their humanity. Monkey Portraits was published to accompany exhibitions in NY and LA.
For Little, Brown
Style Statement is an inspirational self-help work book that helps the reader define their "authentic self." Elegant typography guides the reader through the overall concept andillustrated case-studies.
For Little, Brown
We were commissioned to redesign and art direct the first two new issues of the Columbia Law Schools alumni magazine. The goal was to create a magazine that had the high-production values of a news stand magazine, both visually and editorially-to reflect the law schools esteemed reputation.
To celebrate the 150th anniversary, we designed a book of collected essays from faculty. The cover was blind embossed, and foil stamped on a linen cloth that gave the book a modern but timeless feel.
Hoops follows the history of basketball through the lens legendary sports photographer Walter Iooss Jr. From court side shots to iconic advertising images of Micheal Jordon and LeBron James.
We have worked with artist William Wegman on a variety of books and projects, from art books, biographies, and retrospectives to his children's books. Somewhere in the mix we also collaborated on a fabric collection.
Food Landscapes takes the reader into the inventive world of Carl Warner, who's landscape creation are built entirely of food. The book walks you through his landscapes and show behind the scenes shots that reveal some of his techniques.