Jonas Hecksher Copenhagen, Denmark Jonas Hecksher holds a degree from Danmarks Designskole (Denmark’s School of Design) and École supérieure d’arts graphiques et d’architecture, Paris, where he specialized in graphic design and typography design. He co-founded design agency, e-Types in 1997. His work range from corporate visual identities to fashion brand typefaces such as Danish Film Institute; Copenhagen Jazz Festival, Georg Jensen, Jacobsen Beer, Danish National Police, Noir, Royal Danish Theatre, Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture, SuperBrugsen, Aquascutum London. He is a 5-time nominee and 2-time recipient for the Danish Design Award. He has also been awarded a Destinctive Merit fra Art Directors Club N.Y., a certificate of excellence in Type design from Type Directors Club N.Y., 2...
THE DESIGNER Visibility, New York Visibility is an industrial design studio founded by designers Joseph Guerra and Sina Sohrab in 2012. The studio focuses on the purity of an idea, as well as its material and formal actualities. Visibility aims to distill an object to what it wants to be, retaining what appeals to our human sensibilities.
THE DESIGNER Samantha Anderson, New York Sam Anderson (RISD BFA 2014) is a New York based product designer. Anderson’s work explores the ways in which form and pattern affect the utility of the things we live with.
THE DESIGNER Jamie Wolfond, Toronto Jamie Wolfond is a NY-based designer originally from Toronto. He is curious about materials, patterns, colours, simple physics and manufacturing systems. He believes that the relationship between a designer, manufacturer and consumer needs to be evolving constantly. He founded Good Thing in 2014.
Kenyon YehTaiwanKenyon Yeh is a Taiwanese product and furniture designer. Yeh’s work simplifies the contour of mundane objects by engaging in the wide variety of modern techniques available in Taiwan’s rich manufacturing landscape. In 2012, Yeh founded Esaila, a Taiwanese publishing house for international contemporary design.View The Collection