We’re honored to be a part of The Paris Review’s storied design history. The AIGA’s blog Eye on Design published a piece on how the literary magazine has managed to stay relevant for over 60 years. The answer: Redesign, Redesign, Redesign.
Rachell Sumpter created this beautiful and ominous image of migrants in Nogales, Mexico for Harvard Divinity Bulletin.
The Blind Spot held its first, in a series of four, salons commissions by The New York Society for Ethical Culture.
Heidi Latsky Dance celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act with a series of free events throughout the month of July, including performances at The Whitney Museum of American Art, Lincoln Center, The High Line, and Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Have you fallen asleep at a conference recently? The latest issue of PCMA Convene is here to help. Illustrations by Jean Jullien.
We’re proud to announce the launch of Latin America Goes Global, a website based on the idea that too often and for too long, Latin America and the Caribbean have been studied and analyzed in terms of policy as a separate, isolated geographic unit.
The artwork for the latest issue of Columbia Journalism Review is still up on our whiteboard.
Listen up! Nothing is more important than good sound design. The May issue of PCMA Convene just arrived. Illustration by Studio Castelao.
On April 21st, Tony Award-winning director Kenny Leon (A Raisin in the Sun) will direct a reading of FABULATION, OR THE RE-EDUCATION OF UNDINE by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. Proceeds go to supporting Opening Act’s powerful young students.
Religion & Politics is a Webby Nominee for Religion and Spirituality Website. Nautilus has been nominated for Website of the Year from Society of Publication Designers. And The Yale Law Journal is both a Webby Honoree and a bronze winner from Horizon Interactive Awards for websites in the Legal category.
Our work with PCMA Convene and illustrator Carmen Segovia is honored with a merit award by the Society of Publication Designers.
According to The New Yorker, Heidi’s work “beautifully resets preconceptions about bodies and movement.” This show should not be missed.
Nautilus brought home two Ellies: One for General Excellence in the category of Literature, Science, and Politics, and the other for Website.
Nautilus was nominated for two National Magazine Awards: General Excellence in Literature, Science, and Politics Magazine and Website categories.
Nautilus was named Best Design for Consumer Magazine under 250,000 Circulation from the Folio: Ozzie Awards.