A magazine and website for John Kenney &, a photo agency.
Typefaces: Custom, Titling Gothic, Chalet
Elements of the identity for BLK DNM, a new fashion label from Johan Lindeberg. Custom type for a spread from the BLK DNM Gazette.
Typefaces Used: Franklin Gothic, Typewriter Elite
TRUE & CO.
Logo/identity for an online lingerie store.
Typefaces Used: Custom, Gotham
BOBBY FISCHER | HARRY BENSON
A book of photographs by Harry Benson of the chess legend Bobby Fischer.
Typefaces Used: Tungsten, Century Schoolbook
TOWERS OF POWER
A series of oversize match boxes with motivational messages.
Exhibition featuring a series of 4 large-format prints.
DIA: FALL GALA 2011
Invitation for Dia Art Foundation’s annual Gala.
Typefaces Used: Akzidenz Grotesk
Identity for a New York Pretzel bakery.
Typefaces Used: Gloucester, Clarendon
Identity and stationery for photographer Dylan Coulter.
Exhibition design for AIGA’s 50 Books 50 Covers competition.
Typefaces Used: Custom, Nomo
Identity and packaging for Schmidt Brothers Cutlery.
Typefaces Used: Futura, Ironclad
BEST OF NEW YORK
One of a series of custom type treatments for New York Magazine’s “Best of New York” issue.
Catalog for an exhibition of albums and ephemera from the band Crass.
Typeface Used: Courier
Custom lettering for the international campaign for Stella Artois’ Cidre.
Designed by Triboro for Mother, London.
AI WEIWEI — CIRCLE OF ANIMALS
Book on the artist Ai Weiwei.
Typefaces Used: Miller, Gotham and Custom
Identity/Business cards for a marketing agency.
A Few Words from the Editor
Friday’s SI Special goes up a little earlier than usual—a day early which technically makes it a Thursday SI Special—but I’m sure none of you (dear SI readers) are complaining! In the spotlight today is one of Brooklyn, NYC’s finest: Triboro Design. I’ve made it no secret on SI that I hold what David and Stefanie do in high regard and interestingly enough I even had the pleasure of working with them last year. With that said, they’ve finally got round to updating their portfolio with what can only be described as a diverse collection of beautifully crafted work. It should be noted that Triboro don’t rely too heavily on text to explain their work preferring that the images do most of the talking instead :)
Big shout out once again to David for spending his nights sorting/resizing/selecting all the images for the feature ;)