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'Now is Better' in SFMOMA

'Now is Better' in SFMOMA

"Now is Better", part of small typographic films produced for The Happy Film and the Happy Show was bought by the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco and is part of the inaugural exhibition. It lives in the same room with our heroes Jonathan Ive and Tauba Auerbach and made us very happy indeed.
"Now is Better", part of small typographic films produced for The Happy Film and the Happy Show was bought by the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco and is part of the inaugural exhibition. It lives in the same room with our heroes Jonathan Ive and Tauba Auerbach and made us very happy indeed.
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TDC 2015

TDC 2015

We have three pieces that won a Type Directors Club Award for 2015: Barneys x Jay-Z Packaging, Aizone Campaign, and The Jewish Museum Identity.
We have three pieces that won a Type Directors Club Award for 2015: Barneys x Jay-Z Packaging, Aizone Campaign, and The Jewish Museum Identity. There was a total of over 1600 entries, from 49 countries. 272 winners, from 18 countries, were selected. The winners will also be included in 7 exhibitions touring cities in the United States, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Japan, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. We’d like to thank everyone we worked with on these projects.
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Tokyo TDC Grand Prix 2013

Tokyo TDC Grand Prix 2013

This short film was initially created for the exhibition The Happy Show at ICA Philadelphia.
This short film was initially created for the exhibition The Happy Show at ICA Philadelphia. Stefan explains: “I’d much rather live now than at any other time in history. This is the first time that large parts of the world population can be in charge of their own destiny. The Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker shows that crime (= death by the hand of another man) actually decreased in every single century over the last 2000 years, including the twentieth century that featured both world wars and the Holocaust.” In collaboration with Matthew and Erik Huber
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