I have been very fortunate to be a part of the team at ZYZZYVA since taking on the redesign of the print journal and website a few years ago. Despite ZYZZYVA’s three-decades-long run, since I’m relatively late to the party, I luckily did not have to wait very long for a special milestone to come […]
ZYZZYVA was recently listed in “15 American Mags Worth Subscribing to in 2013” by editor Orion Ray-Jones. The best part: the list includes GQ, Mother Jones, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Wired, Harpers, The Believer… an honor indeed!
I was given some fantastic attention on Fontype recently—check it out!
Just found out today that our identity/website design for ZYZZYVA was featured on Flavorwire’s “12 of the Most Beautiful Literary Magazines Online.” Flavorwire called zyzzyva.org “the bees knees,” in keeping with the insect theme.
We are honored to have been featured in Hong Kong based IdN Magazine‘s “RSVP” issue, devoted to creative invitation design around the world. The article’s focus is on our “Married at the Museum” wedding invitation design, and contains a bonus interview with yours truly.
Identity Design In late 2010, Three Steps Ahead was commissioned by ZYZZYVA, the premiere West Coast art and literature journal, to create an entirely new brand identity, including a redesign of their print collateral, their website, and the magazine itself.
I’m flattered to have been interviewed by Finch Paper about our wedding invitation design (which was printed on Finch) and about my career as a designer. Read the full interview here!
We just found out from a fellow Kernie that our wedding invitations were chosen as being among the top twenty four FPO (For Print Only) entries of 2010. A fantastic way to end the year, methinks. Thank you, Bryony and Armin!
I’ve been working with Drayton Hall, a historic landmark in South Carolina, to help redesign their print identity, including their on-site interpretive signage, their advertising, and their newsletter, among other things. The newsletter has been our most recent endeavor. They’ve had the same design for years now (worth checking out to see the “before” to […]