In addition to his collaborative venture with John Pobojewski, Tinne Van Loon and Rick Valicenti of Thirst, Bud Rodecker is a self-described “graphic designer, photographer, artist, thinker, talker, and jokester”.
Oat is a graphic design studio whose work can be seen all over Boston. Since 2008, Oat has been creating their engaging consumer experiences from their Sommerville-based studio.
Neil Warburton is a versatile talent that has exceptional portfolio work in the fields of graphic design, branding/identity, web design, illustration, sculpture, and photography.
Ryan Arruda of Midnight Umbrella is a “photographer–turned collage artist–turned graphic designer–turned poster designer, who’s also now trying his hand at illustration.”
Annie Collinge is a photographer that was born in London but has since taken up residence in the design-savvy Brooklyn borough of New York.
Christopher Jaurique is a student at the Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles, California.
Cody Hamilton is a photographer, re-toucher, and illustrator from Austin, Texas.
An avid and accomplished skiing enthusiast, Joe Schaeppi “combines his passion for pristine landscapes along with various action sports in some of the most remote and dynamic places in the world”.
NoPattern is a multidisciplinary design agency that was established in 2003 by design guru Chuck Anderson.
As a recent graduate of the University of Texas Ms. Fisher was educated in marketing and creative advertising and has experience in interactive design, branding, packaging, print, concept, and identity work.
Lucid Design is a graphic design and web development studio, established in 2000 by founder Galen King during his time as a student at Canterbury University.
Adam Flanagan is a Brooklyn-based creative and the art director at 160over90.
JR is a street artist, activist, and the winner of the 2011 TED prize.
Thomas Couderc and Clément Vauchez exist, some might say thrive, in the gray area between fine art and design. The pair operate the design collective HELMO in the eastern suburbs of Paris.
Scott Hansen and his design firm ISO50 hail from the “City by the Bay” and further that city’s already-stellar design reputation.
Aaron Robbs is a designer at MailChimp, and his ability to smartly blend type, images, and textures is a major asset for that company.
Jean Jullien is an extremely talented and widely published designer/illustrator who hails from Nantes, France.
ONETWENTYSIX is a small boutique studio that produces work of exceptional quality and craft.