Partnership - expressed through texture, content and secret duotones.
Hybrid Design helps bringing the twelfth issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly to life.
What began in 2013 as a celebration of makers, creativity and the culture of craft, The Mohawk Maker Quarterly, has become an indispensible source of inspiration for graphic designers around the world. Each issue relies on a single word for its creative framework and seeks to push the boundaries of creative expression with insightful editorial features and carefully considered design. The ongoing strategy behind the publication provides engaging content and various printing techniques on a diverse range of Mohawk papers.
Partnership is behind the biggest things we have ever accomplished— it is the fundamental tool to create something greater than ourselves. The twelfth issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly looks at the serendipitous, invisible and even contentious ways we rise together to become more than the sum of our parts. In this spirit every aspect of the design is born of some expression of partnership, from texture and color to content and page size to secret duotones.
Every aspect of the design is born of some expression of partnership, from texture and colour to content and page size to secret duotones.
Hybrid Design is a creative team based in San Francisco, divided into logical and experimental camps. This gives the studio a unique perspective for exploring and problem-solving, where the two worlds collide by adding story and meaning, engaging different audiences on a range of mediums. Hybrid Design offers many services from Advertising, Print, Retail & Environmental, Digital, Content creation, Identity, Art Direction, Packaging, Illustration to Film and Video, for clients such as: TED, Apple, Nike, Mohawk, Samsung, Levi's, Sonos and Lego.