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the design life

What we do…

As the decades have come and gone, I’ve had my hands on a majority of the projects that have passed + more

207 East 32nd Street

This is the Manhattan office of Milton Glaser, Inc. Just about every time we’d visit New York City, Linda and + more

Monumental Resistance and Monumental Art

“As the former conservator of Central Park, I wholeheartedly support Commissioner Gordon Davis’s refusal to permit the installation of the + more

Vindication Is Mine

Pssst: Like multitasking, unicorns, and Donald Trump’s self-made real estate empire, brainstorming is a myth. I know, it doesn’t fit + more

And…Action!

When we started this business nearly 32 years ago, we never would have guessed that today we’d be working on + more

Oops

Next up: T-shirts that say “I spent nearly half a million dollars on an advertising campaign and all I got + more

History in the Making

One of our long-time clients marked their 75th year in business a few weeks ago. It was not only an + more

Just One Year Ago

On August 4, 2018, helveticka celebrated its 30th anniversary. The occasion was marked by an exhibit titled CX30: Creative Experiences, + more

Thank you, Internet…

…for all things design and cat – the best of two wonderful worlds. Cat pin puns from Niaski: Pablo Picatso, + more

Take a Breather

The internet is amazing. Typography is the coolest. Put ’em both together and you get one full 30-minute break from + more

Making Myrtle Proud

To see just how fast things came together for the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center exhibit, check out this time-lapse + more

Friends along the Way

My friend Darrell Sullens passed away May 26. Darrell served in the Navy aboard the USS Pickerel, and was a + more

Architectural Royalty

I. M. Pei recently passed away, but not without leaving a legacy of several iconic buildings from around the world. + more

Opposites Attract

One of my favorite books is The End of Print: The Graphic Design of David Carson. The now-famous 1995 publication achieved + more

Big Announcement

With the recent release of Helvetica® Now, some of you have been wondering what this means for helveticka. Glad you + more

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