“Collaboration is king. Clarity is paramount. All things are considered.”
Lovely little mantra and even better work from Studio Lin. The work seems to have really thrived on working for some of the biggest names in the business including The Guggenheim Museum and The New York Times. Alex’s collaboration with Lisa Naftolin on an invitation for Erwan Frotin’s Wildflowers exhibition at Art+Commerce, is a thing of beauty. Who wouldn’t want a personally airbrushed gradient on the side of their invitation?
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