Brian Hurst is a graphic designer and illustrator hailing from the happiest place on Earth and the home of Disneyland: Anaheim, California!
The Neighborhood Studio is your friendly “One Stop Shop” for all things design related. The studio is run by award winning designer and art director, Curtis Jinkins.
Dana Tanamachi is a graphic designer and custom chalk letterer living in Brooklyn, New York…her work is part illustration, part typography, and fully amazing.
Working under the guise of Sneaky Raccoon, Anna Mullin in a freelance art director and graphic designer from London, England
Mark Pernice is a graphic designer and illustrator from Brooklyn, New York that runs a fantastic design studio that goes by the name Matic.
Currently working out of Toronto, Ontario, John Martz is a talented illustrator, typographer, and “world-famous escape artist”.
Owen Davey is a freelance illustrator working in Bristol. His illustration is scrappy, hand drawn, and saturated with a nostalgic awareness.
Based out of Barcelona, Alex Trochut has been producing fantastic illustration and typography work for a variety of corporate and private clients.
Weightshift is a design studio that is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, and San Francisco, California. The studio produces elegant and websites, interfaces, identities, and printed collateral.
A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mike has since taken his talents to New Haven, Connecticut; however, Mike will be representing Wisconsin as their design delegate for the Fifty and Fifty State Mottos Project.
Julian Zimmermann studied communication design at the Department of Design at University of Applied Sciences Mannheim. He currently works as freelance designer taking on corporate design, typography, and editorial design projects.
Hailing from the capitol of the great state of Oregon (Salem), Glitschka Studios has established themselves as a veritable Goliath of interdisciplinary design.
Christine Celic Strohl is rapidly building her national and international reputation on a foundation of strong and unique design.
Jessica Hische is a triple threat. She is an equally talented typographic designer, illustrator, and graphic designer. Her work has been featuered in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Village Voice, Entertainment Weekly, and People. Hische describes her style as “whimsical but sophisitcated.” We couldn’t agree more.
Ed Nacional is a recent graduate from Parsons the New School for Design, who continues to challenge himself and grow as a designer.
Mikey Burton has been recognized by Communication Arts, Print, HOW, CMYK, and Logo Lounge for his work as a illustrator, designer, and typographer.
Emigre Inc. was one of the first digital type foundries. The company’s journal was an outlet for creative expression and a showcase of typographic experimentation until publication ended in 2005.