OMA New York’s self published monograph reviewing over 10 years of work.
With over 5,500 images, each project is presented in extreme detail.
For each project, existing powerpoint presentations are used to create the basic narrative structure. Additional images, diagrams and sketches fill in the gaps.
I Can Make You Feel Good, Tyler Mitchell’s first monograph. No white space, every surface printed.
The limited edition comes in a linen box containing an unbound newsprint booklet with thoughts and anecdotes on every image in the ICMYFG book.
Project documentation for OMA New York. Images and transcribed text from Powerpoint presentations. Saddle stitched individual project booklets can be wired together as compilations.
1,000 representations of the human figure in architectural drawings, removed from their architectural context
Monograph spanning the first decade of John Edmond’s photographic practice
Slipcase containing booklet and posters for the 6 nominees of the 2018 Hugo Boss Prize
Exhibition graphics and type for 44 Low-resolution Houses, curated and designed by MOS Architects.
Catalog for 44 Low-resolution Houses printed on 100lb cover paper, the same material the scale house models were made of.
Justified rags for “Naoya Hatakeyama, Excavating the Future City” published by Aperture.
Book & website with a collection of 100 surveillance related photo books, all indexed by year of publication, title, photographer, description, size, & code.
Books introducing contemporary and historical works by both emerging and established Japanese and Chinese photographers.
A website for the Canadian Centre for Architecture representing the institution as an editorial project through ideas, not by information or facts.
The new website for the Canadian Centre for Architecture creates a robust platform for the digital publication of architectural content. The site is divided into 3 distinct containers; editorial, institutional, and search. The primary face of the website is the editorial section, in which the institution's interests and output can be presented in a myriad of ways. Insitutional content is contained within an expanding blue bar and contains a comprehensive timeline, exhibitions & events and general information. The search is able to query content from a wide variety of sources, which previously had to be searched individually.
Utilizing on-demand printing to create materials designed with a stripped-down, generic quality.
Identity, book, website and signage for a boutique devoted to exclusive limited editions & unique works of art and design.
Studio Lin is a graphic design practice in New York City. We create books, identities and websites for local and international clients. Our work applies a visual language that is thoroughly researched yet easily assimilated. Our transparent work process, and the fact that many of our clients are engaged with art and design, often means that projects are more collaborative than commissioned.
Alex Lin founded Studio Lin in 2009. He holds an MFA in graphic design from Yale University. Noah Beckwith joined the studio in 2021.
Current projects include books with MOS Architects, MoMA, Capricious, Harvard GSD, Whitney Museum, ICA Miami and Theo Wenner. Website and identity projects with Untitled Art, forA on the Urban and flamingo.
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Abruzzo Bodziak, Aperture, Austrian Cultural Forum, Capricious, Canadian Centre for Architecture, Cero9, Chamber, Columbia GSAPP, Dashwood Books, The Drawing Center, DKNY, Google, Guggenheim, Harvard GSD, Instagram, ICFF, Klein Sun Gallery, Kid O, kinder MODERN, MoMA, OMA NY, Phaidon, Princeton SOA, The Shed, Session Press, Sight Unseen, Studio Museum in Harlem, Rockwell Group, Roll & Hill, Mary Ping, The New York Times, Tunica Magazine, Tyler Mitchell, MOS Architects, Whitney Museum, Nike.
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