NEWWORK MAGAZINE

NEWWORK MAGAZINE NEWWORK MAGAZINE is a large-format arts publication for connoisseurs of fresh ideas. Designed and published biannually by STUDIO NEWWORK.

NEWWORK MAGAZINE is a large-format arts publication for connoisseur of fresh ideas. Designed and published biannually by STUDIO NEWWORK, each issue features new work from a wide range of artists and creators in the worlds of fine art, design, high fashion, culture, and politics. NEWWORK’s contributors are united in their passion to push the boundaries of their disciplines. Among the magazine’s special features are bold, custom-designed typefaces and a twist on the traditional newspaper format, offering a stimulating juxtaposition of striking design and everyday simplicity. Since pages can be separated, each layout can be hung on the wall as an individual art piece. newworkmag.com

Mission: A media to convey and share what we believe.

Thanks Computer Arts for featuring our issue 2 for Image of the day.http://www.computerarts.co.uk/blog/image-day-newwork...
04/10/2013
Image of the day: NEWWORK by STUDIO NEWWORK | Blog | Computer Arts magazine

Thanks Computer Arts for featuring our issue 2 for Image of the day.

http://www.computerarts.co.uk/blog/image-day-newwork-studio-newwork-133736

New York-based STUDIO NEWWORK is Ryotatsu Tanaka, Ryo Kumazaki and Hitomi Ishigaki: graduates from Fashion Institute of Technology, with a penchant for Swiss-style graphic design. We caught up with Ishigaki to find out more about exciting new project NEWWORK magazine ...

02/04/2013

Thank you for likes us. We have reached 1000 likes !!

Happy New Year!We wish you all the best in 2013!We have uploaded our new website.Please take a look.www.studionewwork.co...
01/05/2013
STUDIO NEWWORK

Happy New Year!
We wish you all the best in 2013!
We have uploaded our new website.
Please take a look.
www.studionewwork.com

STUDIO NEWWORK is a graphic design studio based in New York focusing on branding, editorial, and fashion. We assemble a team of passionate typographic designers with commitment to search for excellence in design. We design with passion, care, and love.

"Be curious, pushy and diplomatic. Everyone takes pictures, so you need to have your own opinion."René Burri
04/09/2012
Thinking Rene Burri. 04 09 1933 | THINKINGFORM

"Be curious, pushy and diplomatic. Everyone takes pictures, so you need to have your own opinion."

René Burri

René Burri was born on the 9th of April 1933 in Zurich, Switzerland. He started his education at the Zurich School of Arts and Crafts under Hans Finsler who gifted Burri his first Leica camera. The strict formalist of Finsler’s style still influence Burri’s work. He also learned typography course un...

“Black and white is the simplest and the most radical expression.”
12/26/2011
Thinking Werner Jeker. 12 25 1944 | THINKINGFORM

“Black and white is the simplest and the most radical expression.”

Werner Jeker was born on December 25, in 1944 in Mumliswill, the Swiss German Canton of soleure. He apprtenchip at Hugo Welti studio and obtained of Federal grants of Applied Arts in 1968. He became a freelancers as an illustrator, graphic designer and teacher in1972.

Our teacher at FIT and contributed to NEWWORK MAGAZINE issue 1
10/04/2011
Thinking Eli Kince. 09 24 1953 | THINKINGFORM

Our teacher at FIT and contributed to NEWWORK MAGAZINE issue 1

Eli Kince was born in Cleveland, Ohio on September 24 1953. Eli Kince is an author, educator, designer, historian and self-taught fine artist. He earned his B.S.degree from the College of Design Architecture, and Art at the University of Cincinnati in 1978 and he continued his study to earn his M.F...

We featured Roland in NEWWORK MAGAZINE issue 5
08/28/2011
Thinking Roland Stieger. 08 28 1970 | THINKINGFORM

We featured Roland in NEWWORK MAGAZINE issue 5

Roland Stieger was born and raised in Kobelwald, Switzerland on Aug 28, 1970. He apprenticeship as a typesetter at the daily newspaper of Rheinal, Altstätten. In 1990, he learned under guidance of Jost Hochuli post grade degree as a typographic designer for two years. Meeting Jost has influence a l...

“Design is the intellectual and pragmatic process aimed at giving an appropriate form to a given function.”Bruno Mon...
08/22/2011
| THINKINGFORM

“Design is the intellectual and pragmatic process aimed at giving an appropriate form to a given function.”

Bruno Mongguzi

Bruno Monguzzi was born on August 21, 1941 at Mendrisio, Switzerland. Bruno Mongguzi studied graphic design at Ecole des arts decoratifs in Geneva and he received a scholarship to study typography, photography and gestalt psychology in London. His career began at Sudio Boggeri in milan in 1961. He m...

"One quickly realizes that simplicity and geometry are the language of timelessness and universality.” Paul Rand
08/17/2011
Thinking Paul Rand. 08 15 1914 | THINKINGFORM

"One quickly realizes that simplicity and geometry are the language of timelessness and universality.” Paul Rand

Paul Rand was born in Brooklyn, New York on August 15, 1914. Paul Rand took some classes in Pratt Institute at night after attending Harren High school. He continued his study in Parson School of Design and the Art Students League. He was highly influenced by Cassandre and Moholy Nagy. His inspira...

"The enemy of photography is the convention, the fixed rules of 'how to do'. The salvation of photography comes from the...
07/21/2011

"The enemy of photography is the convention, the fixed rules of 'how to do'. The salvation of photography comes from the experiment."

Laszlo Moholy-Nagy

“Design communicates best when reduced to the essential elements.” George Tscherny
07/13/2011

“Design communicates best when reduced to the essential elements.” George Tscherny

“I see graphic design as a matter of solving problems; art as a matter of inventing them.” Karl Gerstner
07/05/2011

“I see graphic design as a matter of solving problems; art as a matter of inventing them.” Karl Gerstner

A must go !
06/22/2011
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A must go !

Exhibition book design in St. Gallen at AIGA New York

mentioned in Idea magazine issue 347
06/21/2011

mentioned in Idea magazine issue 347

"Design is directed toward human beings. To design is to solve human problems by identifying them and executing the best...
06/06/2011

"Design is directed toward human beings. To design is to solve human problems by identifying them and executing the best solution.”

Ivan Chermayeff

"Among the few I have indi­cated, is there no dynamic man of action, the rebel who will help deter­mine the aspect of ...
05/28/2011

"Among the few I have indi­cated, is there no dynamic man of action, the rebel who will help deter­mine the aspect of the col­lec­tive expres­sion of tomor­row? Pon­der this ques­tion and know that to make beau­ti­ful cre­ations for the sake of their aes­thetic value will have no social sig­nif­i­cance tomor­row, will be non-sensical self-gratification. Every era con­tains the con­di­tions for pro­vid­ing a rebel."

Piet Zwart

behindthe_zine
05/27/2011

behindthe_zine

"You can translate English into French or you can translate English into "picture". All design activity, all advertising...
05/24/2011

"You can translate English into French or you can translate English into "picture". All design activity, all advertising, all films start with the word."

Henry Wolf

“Marketing driven design is a devilish blow by capitalism.”Gert Dumbar
05/16/2011

“Marketing driven design is a devilish blow by capitalism.”

Gert Dumbar

“Design is a synthesis of comprehensive thinking and acting the world ” Otl Aicher
05/14/2011

“Design is a synthesis of comprehensive thinking and acting the world ”

Otl Aicher

“A graphic tradition liberating pedagogy should cover the form of making and thinking , which have been instrumentaliz...
05/10/2011

“A graphic tradition liberating pedagogy should cover the form of making and thinking , which have been instrumentalized by trade and services, so that they became useful again in the search for conditions that allow a more truly human existence.”

Jan Van Toorn

"I start designing, I research the subject so that my work will be representative of it. I always try to use colours and...
04/21/2011

"I start designing, I research the subject so that my work will be representative of it. I always try to use colours and materials that relate to the subject and the typeface must fit the whole design."

Jacqueline Casey

“Most books are too heavy. We should try to use much lighter paper; we should keep a Chinese book lying permanently on...
04/14/2011

“Most books are too heavy. We should try to use much lighter paper; we should keep a Chinese book lying permanently on our desks to remind us how light a book ought to be. In their flexibility, too. Chinese books are still unsurpassed example”

Jan Tschichold

“I was always looking for the hidden order, trying to somehow either envelop new forms or manipulate existing form.”...
04/11/2011

“I was always looking for the hidden order, trying to somehow either envelop new forms or manipulate existing form.”

Rudolf de Harak

NYLON korea
04/09/2011
NYLON korea

NYLON korea

아티스트라고 모두 게으름을 피울 거라는 편견을 가지면 안 된다. 다음과 같은 아티스트들은 부지런하게도 때마다 잡지를 만든다. 마감 스트레스 때문에 머리를 쥐어뜯기도 하고 직접 잡지를 비닐봉지에 넣어 해외로 배송하는 일도 하면서 말이다

NEWWORK MAGAZINE is in the MoMA library collection.
04/06/2011

NEWWORK MAGAZINE is in the MoMA library collection.

03/17/2011
Graphic design can change your life

Inspiring video by Erik Spiekermann

Erik Spiekermann talking with Gestalten TV about the process of designing typefaces. Listen to him finding handy analogies to music, the rhythm of spaces and the silence between characters.

03/11/2011

Pray for Japan.

Book 4: Pierre Neumann shares some of his most famous poster designs in his section entitled “90.5 x 128”, which com...
03/10/2011

Book 4: Pierre Neumann shares some of his most famous poster designs in his section entitled “90.5 x 128”, which comes from his standard poster size. His unexpected use of image and typography is stimulating and awakening, timeless and classic. Check also his website http://www.pierreneumann.ch/

Book 3 Christophe Kutner’s fahion story, “time”, is an anti-timeline of sorts; numbers incorporated in ensembles l...
03/09/2011

Book 3 Christophe Kutner’s fahion story, “time”, is an anti-timeline of sorts; numbers incorporated in ensembles lend harmony and continuity throughout the anachronistic images.

One of greatest poster designers. You can take a look our interview in NEWWORK MAGAZINE issue 4.  Check his new website ...
03/08/2011

One of greatest poster designers. You can take a look our interview in NEWWORK MAGAZINE issue 4. Check his new website also http://www.werner-jeker.ch/

Book 2: Hans Rudolf Bosshard, Art and Typography. We showcased some of his art and experimental in typography.
03/03/2011

Book 2: Hans Rudolf Bosshard, Art and Typography. We showcased some of his art and experimental in typography.

02/27/2011
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NEWWORK magazine is a large-format arts publication for Connoisseur of fresh ideas. Designed and published biannually by studio NEWWORK, each issue features new work from a wide range of artists and creators in the worlds of fine art, design, high fashion, culture, and politics. From art directors t

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