BRANDING & GRAPHIC DESIGN
Members of the RR&Co. design team are industry leaders. Among other awards and accolades, our team has been recognized by the Communication Arts Design Annual, the Art Directors Club of New York,The Society of Publication Designers and in the inaugural edition of Communication Arts: Typography. Services range from one-off commissions to complete turnkey strategies and solutions. Among our talent, preeminent graphic designer and typography wizard, Tom Brown has been called on to redesign publications such as Field&Stream, which won him a Luce award for design; Ski magazine, an ASME design finalist; Bon Appetit (silver for redesign category from SPD), Inc. magazine, among others.
TBA+D (click on name to see his work)
"TBA+D is both an excellent communicator and a dedicated, deadline-conscious designer; and more than that, his work has cemented DestinAsian's reputation as the most graphically creative magazine in Southeast Asia, across all genres." - Christopher P. Hill, Editor-in-Chief, DestinAsian Magazine
From Night Vale manicures and Night Vale cakes to a Night Vale crocheted bag and cosplay, we think it's safe to say that illustrator Rob Wilson's iconic Welcome to Night Vale graphic has reached the heights of pop culture fandom. more
Redesigning an entire magazine is an ambitious effort; doing so within the confines of a 3-month timeline, herculean but that is exactly what the design team at Inc. Magazine did under the direction of our own Tom Brown. The result is nothing short of impressive. more
Hermes has recently unveiled a gorgeous new pattern for their home line: Rallye 24.
As per their website:
The "Chaîne d'Ancre" link transforms into a racetrack! Its lacquered, streamlined planes proudly bear the signature racing colours: gray, yellow, green, red, blue and black. Its bold, vivid and dynamic lines negotiate oval, oblong and even square curves.
PDNonline.com recently sat down with one of RR&Co.’s favorite clients, Paul Buckley, to talk about the process of choosing the perfect image for a book cover. The interview is fascinating, and understandably so — Buckley is a dazzling executive creative director who has worked for one of America's top publishing companies for over 20 years. more