Posts in the category Design

2018 World Cup Uniforms

Posted 12 July 2018 by Willy

A look at the modular uniforms of the 2018 World Cup.

Dapper Dads

Posted 5 June 2013 by Willy
Categories: Design, Letterpress

Towards the end of last year, the studio was all abuzz about textiles and patterns. The qualities of fabric, yarn, and lace seemed to hold limitless possibilities for reinterpration through the textural medium of letterpress printing. We followed our c


Shout It From the Rooftop!

Posted 3 August 2012 by Willy
Categories: Design

For the past six years, we have had the honor of designing the Summer Program Guide for Rooftop Films. Each year, we've kept the grid, layout and styles consistent. But this year we changed it up by making the guide much smaller.We had to transl


Sleep No More

Posted 3 August 2012 by Willy
Categories: Design, Letterpress

Our collaboration with proprietor M. Martell of the McKittrick Hotel has been fruitful indeed. We've been busy adapting the set of playing cards we designed for the McKittrick's special events to produce an ongoing series of Limited Edition prints for sal


The Swayspace LetterPress Kit

Posted 18 June 2012 by Willy
Categories: Design, Letterpress, News

Are you a member of the press, an event planner, or a design studio? Interested in getting a copy of the Swayspace LetterPress Kit? Drop us a line.The LetterPress Kit, designed and printed at Swayspace, contains information about the history of our shop,


We're in a Show! New York Writes Itself

Posted 8 December 2011 by Willy
Categories: Design, Letterpress, News

In June of this year, we were invited to participate in a letterpress show for a project called New York Writes Itself.New York Writes Itself (NYWI) is an amorphous creative production where the inspiration is created not by one person, rather an entire c


Stop-n-Shop

Posted 27 July 2011 by Willy
Categories: Design

@counternotions tweeted about a neat new advertising campaign designed by ad agency Cheil for Tesco Homeplus, a supermarket in Seoul, South Korea. Cheil created a large wall-length billboard resembling a virtual grocery store inside of a subway station. T


Knot Practical

Posted 24 June 2010 by Willy
Categories: Design, Letterpress, News

Have you ever wondered how you might survive in the wild? Well, we at Swayspace certainly have: where the closest thing to the natural world are the mosquitoes that divebomb from the Gowanus in the summer. What could we urban soldiers and keyboard jockeys


Taking Care of Business Cards

Posted 24 November 2009 by Willy
Categories: Design, Letterpress, News, Studio

Having been the ironic printers without business cards for some time, it's incredibly exciting to finally have fresh sets in our hands. It was a long process of Patrick doing several designs and everyone voting on their favorites. We finally settled on a


New Rooftop Films Program Guides

Posted 22 May 2009 by Willy
Categories: Design

Hot off the press - new Program Guides for the 2009 Rooftop Films season.


BMI, BackStory, Hall & Partners Health, and SMP projects

Posted 16 April 2009 by Willy
Categories: Design, News

We are happy to share some projects that we added to our website today. Click to see more information and images. BMI Advertisements (We already mentioned this, but have added a better photo to the portfolio.) BackStory Identity Hall & P


BMI Ad in Spin Magazine Hits the Newsstand

Posted 25 March 2009 by Willy
Categories: Design, News

We're happy to announce that the Swayspace-designed Radio Studio ad for BMI is on the shelves. BMI is super pleased. Below is a quick snap of Patrick checking it out in Hudson News.


Crisis of Credit Visualized

Posted 25 February 2009 by Willy
Categories: Design

Right. So how good is this? Really really sharp work in every way. Nicely.The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo. The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo. Via: Daring Fireball


Just-My-Type

Posted 21 February 2009 by Willy
Categories: Design, Ephemera

Thank you Jakob Nylund for these sweet fonts, neatly packaged in Illustrator files. Reminds me of scanning and piecing together type from old font books, but the hard work is already done. And did I mention that they're free?