Studio Lin:
Graphic Design,
Art Direction
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Justified rags for “Naoya Hatakeyama, Excavating the Future City” published by Aperture.

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Excavating the Future City
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An identity proposal for The Shed built around Lawrence Weiner’s logo and artwork.

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The Shed ID (Proposal)
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Book & website with a collection of 100 surveillance related photo books, all indexed by year of publication, title, photographer, description, size, & code.

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Surveillance Index
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Exhibition and catalog for Chamber’s show at Friedman Benda.

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About

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. Jena Myung joined Studio Lin in 2016, she holds a BFA in graphic design from the Art Center College of Design.

       Current projects include books with MOS Architects, OMA NY, Session Press, Prestel, Actar, Slow and Steady Wins the Race, and the Guggenheim. Exhibition and environmental design with MOS. Website projects with CCA and dzek. Print and identity design with Columbia GSAPP.

Select Clients

A/D/O, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Abruzzo Bodziak, Aperture, Assembly, Austrian Cultural Forum, Capricious, Canadian Centre for Architecture, Chamber, Confettisystem, Dashwood Books, The Drawing Center, DKNY, Fort Standard, Google, Guggenheim, ICFF, Klein Sun Gallery, Kid O, kinder MODERN, OMA NY, Phaidon, Paola Navone, The Shed, Session Press, Sight Unseen, Studio Museum in Harlem, Rockwell Group, Roll & Hill, Mary Ping, The New York Times, Tunica Magazine, MOS Architects, Nike.

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