Open Paths is a novel mobile app developed by the R&D Lab at the New York Times. It tracks your location over time. The dataset is available to larger groups to encourage evaluation and comparison. We find it interesting and developed this data visualization based on one month’s wanderings of several Decker designers. Take a look here.
Firm: Decker Design
Programming: Bradley Cushing
My father is a graphic designer and in the 1960s he was one of the lucky recipients of the famous Push Pin Graphic periodical, a promotional mailer highlighting the work of (left to right) Milton Glaser, Seymour Chwast and James McMullan. Some issues of the Graphic were fold-out posters drawn in a psychedelic style typical of the period. He brought them home and I hung them on my bedroom wall. Eventually I grew up, became a designer myself, and went to work at Push Pin Studios. Life imitating art I suppose. I have the original posters to this day. Maybe I’ll go get them framed.
This season brochure cover for the America Composers Orchestra is based on the Italian Futurist art movement from the early 20th century. Futurists were fond of portraying movement, and in this case, sound.
Illustration by Michael Aron
For several years we designed the annual report for Innovir Laboratories, an oncology biotech. We commissioned the above illustration of their innovative mechanism of action.