When the city of St. Louis learned yesterday that it had lost Bob Cassilly, it was a ripple felt throughout the arts community. For me personally, it was the loss of a friend who I knew for the past 25 years….
The TOKY staff is gearing up for a fantastic evening at tonight’s Foodstock Art Party, a charity auction from AIGA St. Louis featuring prints, paintings, mixed media, cartoons, photography, and collage….
The publishers of the Logo Lounge series of books, the popular compendiums of the best of logo design, have let us know that we’ll have five logos in two upcoming books….
This summer saw the launch of TOKY’s first project with Panera Bread, the nationally prominent bakery-cafe company. After winning the assignment last December, TOKY created a “Return to Summer” campaign, crafting a wide range of materials — in-store banners, bakery-cafe signage, greeting stands, catering materials, and merchandise signage — that were handsomely installed in all of Panera’s almost 1,500 bakery-cafes in 40 states across the country….
At TOKY, we love spaces — buildings, interior design, landscape architecture. (Heck, we’re even working with an arts organization called SPACES.) Earlier this year, we had the chance to engage with an internationally prominent company focused on the ground level of great spaces: Tandus Flooring….
This summer, our family vacation centered around visiting Ai Weiwei’s Dropping the Urn (Ceramic Works, 5000 BCE – 2010 CE) exhibition at the Knoxville Museum of Art. Ai is the increasingly prominent Chinese artist and political activist whose open criticism of …
For more than a half-decade, TOKY has had the pleasure of creating the identities and season posters for each new Opera Theatre of Saint Louis performance. We’ve been especially pleased when what our team creates gains national exposure for both parties, as happened …
Save the day of Saturday, October 1, 2011. Our neighborhood, Midtown Alley, is planning its Third Annual Midtown Alley Street Fest. This year its blowing up into something more amazing than ever before, with 10 bands playing throughout the entire day (for free)….
In the 1970’s film Paper Moon, young Tatum O’Neal as Addie Loggins was usually seen tightly clutching her “Cremo” cigar box, the perfect container for her collection of all she owned in the world — a twenty dollar bill, mementos, penny candy and dreams….
This past weekend I had the opportunity to sport the new BicycleWORKS cycling jersey at the 2011 THF Realty Gateway Cup. BicycleWORKS asked me to design their 2011 jersey for the Bike MS: Express Scripts Gateway Getaway Ride – which takes place next weekend.
Regional readers of this past Sunday’s New York Times found among the hundreds of pages two special inserts recently produced here at TOKY HQ: the latest Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis newsletter and a special announcement for the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts’ upcoming exhibition, Reflections of the Buddha….
Our neighbors next door design beautiful eco-friendly furniture—we teamed up with them to build a new website and implement a fresh brand (which included a name change, from Tork Design to Mirato)….