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Factory Design Labs With a roster of 9 clients, served by 122 employees, who book $45 million in revenue, Denver’s Factory Design Labs solves complex problems for big ... more


Erik Almås Last year, photographer Erik Almås's camera took him to 50 locations on 4 continents to shoot landscapes, lifestyle and fashion for global tourism.


Underware Founded in 1999, Underware’s designers Akiem Helmling, Bas Jacobs and Sami Kortemäki all work from different cities—Den Haag, Amsterdam and Helsinki, ... more


Colle+McVoy If Colle+McVoy is any indication, nothing—not even the creative reawakening of a mid-sized Minneapolis agency established in 1935—is impossible.


Jillian Tamaki Jillian Tamaki’s illustration ranges from classic mid-century-style, to comic art, to spontaneous, energetic experiments she shares with the world on her ... more


James Day Photographer James Day can find poetry in the most banal objects of daily life and extract the soul from a mere collection of atoms.


McGarrah Jessee Bryan Jessee and Mark McGarrah were lured to Austin in 1992, leaving Dallas behind to join GSD&M. By 1996 they'd launched McGarrah Jessee.


MOD Now in his 30th year in business, Michael Osborne's ventures include a design firm, a letterpress printshop, a nonprofit organization and a fine art studio.


Christian Northeast Illustrator Christian Northeast has spent seventeen years creating a tremendously diverse body of work all tied together by his talent for making ... more


Tronic Founded by two former architecture students, Tronic is known for transforming ordinary places into unforgettable experiences filled with flowing shapes and 3-D ... more


Arnold Varga Arnold Varga (1926–1994)brought to the bland pages of department store advertising a style and color that was simply unique.


hat-trick design As one would expect, hat-trick design was formed by three creative directors—Gareth Howat, David Kimpton and Jim Sutherland—with a direct nod to sports, ... more


HUGE It took a few years—well, more like a decade, actually—but the Brooklyn-based digital design firm HUGE is now living up to its name.


Kako Kako was born Franco D’Angelo Bergamini, but the family called him “Caco,” and he and his brother were known as the kids in the neighborhood who could draw.


Mimi Haddon At once timeless and modern, Mimi Haddon’s photographs place classic silhouettes against colorful retro costumes and landscapes full of texture and blurred ... more