Recently, our friend and colleague, Josh Seftel, invited us to design a poster for a short film on a well-known photographer Phil Toledano titled “The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano”. In this project, Josh and his team were asked to create a documentary of Toledano’s obsession with his own future. The film follows the photographer as he uses DNA tests, fortune tellers, and a prosthetic makeup artist to envision the many dark possibilities that might await him, including obesity, desolation, stroke, isolation, suicide, and violent death.
We would like to congratulate Josh’s 3-year effort, as his film has been selected into five film national festivals: Tribeca Film Festival, IFF Boston, Montclair Film Festival, Seffield Doc/Fest and Little Rock Film Festival, and it has won two awards to date.
Dang Nguyen worked with Kit to bring this poster to life. A trailer of the film is featured below.
The University of Monterrey has asked Kit to speak to their graphic design department of 500 students. He will give a lecture on April 23rd followed by a workshop on the 24th. Kit will discuss the power of visual storytelling and share his unique perspective on narrative design.
UDESIGN is a series of conferences created by the Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design of UDEM (Universidad de Monterrey), as an effort to create an opportunity for students and other creative professionals to share some time with successful architects, designers or artists and learn from some of their experiences. The event is aimed mainly to students enrolled in the Art, Architecture, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Fashion Design and Interior Design Programs, but is completely open to anyone interested in art and design.
Date & Time
Thursday, April 23rd at 2:30pm
University of Monterrey
Av. Ignacio Morones Prieto 4500 pte.
66238 San Pedro Garzo Garcia N.L.
Two universities in Kansas, Kansas State University and Wichita State University, have invited Kit to speak to their design departments and their local AIGA chapter on April 28th and 29th. His subject will be “The Storyteller’s Art: 40 Years of Narrative Design” and he looks forward to a lively discussion with the next generation of graphic designers. For specific event venues contact
Kansas State University
Tuesday, April 28, at 1:30 pm
Little Theatre at the K-State Student Union
Free and Public Admission
Wichita State University
Tuesday, April 29, at 6:00 pm
Graphic Arts Studio and AIGA Chicago have invited Kit to speak at a regional print event in Chicago on June 24th. Kit will discuss the changing role of design and printing within business, through a series of core studies. To attend this free event, register here. Read more →
The Stars & Stripes Foundation will opened exhibition, curated and designed by Studio Hinrichs, at the Frazier History Museum in Lousiville,Kentucky on February 22nd.
The exhibition includes several hundred flags and flag memorabilia from Kit Hinrichs’ collection of more than 5,000 objects. From Civil War-era flags and Native American moccasins to political campaign buttons and original flag art, “Long May She Wave: A Graphic History of the American Flag” assembles some of the most unique American icons and artifacts to be shown at one time. “It’s a fun and funky exhibition and includes diversity of thought and opinion. You don’t have to be a patriot to enjoy it.” says Madeleine Burnside, Executive Director of the Frazier History Museum.
Recently we were honored to create the visual communication program for the Skoll Foundation’s11th World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship in Oxford, England. The foundation strives to drive large-scale change by investing in, bringing together and celebrating social entrepreneurs and innovators who help solve the world’s most pressing problems. This year’s theme was “Ambition: Fueling Opportunity, Scaling Progress.” Two thousand visionaries, social entrepreneurs and business leaders gathered for a three-day forum on how to create a sustainable world of peace and prosperity. Read more →
The Stars & Stripes Foundation will open an exhibition, curated and designed by Studio Hinrichs, at the Frazier History Museum in Lousiville,Kentucky on February 22nd.
The exhibition will include several hundred flags and flag memorabilia from Kit Hinrichs’ collection of more than 5,000 objects. From Civil War-era flags and Native American moccasins to political campaign buttons and original flag art, “Long May She Wave: A Graphic History of the American Flag” assembles some of the most unique American icons and artifacts to be shown at one time. The Frazier History Museum is proud to offer this exhibition to the people of Louisville.
As the exclusive home of the Royal Armouries USA, the Frazier History Museum is a world-class museum that provides an unforgettable journey through more than 1,000 years of history. The exhibition will be up until July 6th.
On February 1st and 2nd, for the second time the largest international book fair in North America will take place in San Francisco. Those who attend will see: Antiquarian & Rare Books on All Subjects, First Editions, Modern Literature, Manuscripts, Children’s Books, Fiction, Paperbacks, Illustrations, Art, Antique & Modern Prints, Posters, Photographs, Autographs, Postcards, Ephemera, Maps, and California & The West.
For the second time Studio Hinrichs has created poster for Nancy Johnson the promoter of the fair. For this event we will have a booth where we’ll be selling signed posters, books, AlphaChrome cards, and other rare, one-of-a-kind objects. Of special interest will be the first edition of “obsessions” entitled The Alphabet Card.
Both Kit Hinrichs and Delphine Hirasuna will be in attendance for the book signing. Hope you can join us!
Saturday, February 1st 10am–7pm Sunday, Febuary 2nd 10am–5pm
at the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion
Now in its 13th year, the Typography Calendar, created by Kit Hinrichs, draws attention to the variety and aesthetic quality of type itself by making the typeface the primary graphic element on each page. Stunningly decorative, the 365 Calendar elevates appreciation of typography as an art form.
The calendar features twelve unique typefaces, includes descriptions of the type, shares a biography of each designer and notes all major holidays and the birthdays of the type designers on the calendar. For the 2014 edition, Studio Hinrichs invited 12 world-renowned international members of the Alliance Graphique Internationale to nominate some of their favorite typefaces. The AGI members’ choices range from the traditional to the avant-garde, the austere to Old World script flourishes.
It is available in two sizes: a supersized 23″ x 33″ version suitable for wall hanging ($47) and a smaller 12″ x 18″ version appropriate for desk or wall use ($29).
The calendars are available for purchase via our Store.