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Sagmeister&Walsh  Thinking That Life Will Be Better In The Future Is Stupid. I found the line "Thinking that life will be better in the future is stupid. I have to live now" under the heading: "Things I have learned in my life so far" in my diary. The client graciously agreed to use it on the poster advertising the School of Visual Arts in New York. An entire life cycle of caterpillars and butterflies lives within the twigs.  CREATIVE DIRECTION: Silas Rhodes DESIGN: Stefan Sagmeister

Sagmeister&Walsh Thinking That Life Will Be Better In The Future Is Stupid. I found the line "Thinking that life will be better in the future is stupid. I have to live now" under the heading: "Things I have learned in my life so far" in my diary. The client graciously agreed to use it on the poster advertising the School of Visual Arts in New York. An entire life cycle of caterpillars and butterflies lives within the twigs. CREATIVE DIRECTION: Silas Rhodes DESIGN: Stefan Sagmeister

Jessica's cover for issue 168 of Computer Arts, where she was named our number one 'New Star of Design'

Sagmeister and Walsh join forces (NSFW)

-Jessica Walsh's- Couverture pour le magazine "Computer Arts" Rachel Robbins this is for you

Sagmeister & Walsh has completed a rebrand and visual campaign for New York fashion label Milly. The team has applied its rich and vivid art direction trademark to create a campaign that will be produced in print, digitally, and across social platforms.

Sagmeister & Walsh are at it again. For six months they've been working with advanced contemporary fashion brand MILLY on a rebranding that you have to see.

When designing these “Take it On” posters for the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in New York City, we looked around our studio and realized that the Sagmeister & Walsh team is rooted in the SVA community. Stefan teaches at the MFA Design department, Jessica teaches at the BFA Design department, and Santiago was a student at the BFA Design department. We embraced the maxim by literally taking on the typography on our faces. We worked with renowned photographer Henry Leutwyler and creative…

TAKE IT ON “This was originally a line from my cognitive therapist who was encouraging me to be less afraid of confrontation. “It’s Always Worth It”: 6 Strategies For Overcoming A Creative Block

Aizone - Sagmeister and Walsh

Stefan Sagmeister - Aizone ​Art Direction & Design Aizone, a luxury department store in the Middle East. Taking the vibrant nature of the brand and presenting it in campaigns that are printed in newspapers, magazines, and billboards throughout Lebanon.

Limited-edition #packaging for typographic films shown as part of the traveling show “The Happy Show” (in collaboration with Sagmeister & Walsh). Work by #PRINTmagazine #New Visual Artist Santiago Carrasquilla

15 Artists Under 30: Santiago Carrasquilla

Sagmeister & Walsh created limited edition packaging for their most recent typographic films.

I don’t love everything Sagmeister and Walsh come up with, but I love this type driven add they made for Azone, a luxury department store. Everything feels to weightless and majestic. Check out the video here to see how they achieved the illusions.

Floating letters made of human hair and other unusual items

Sagmeister & Walsh have created a bright, colourful ad campaign for Beirut luxury department store, Aizone

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