TOKY HQ is running high on high-fives, having just learned that we’re up for 11 ADDY awards in this year’s St. Louis competition….
For the fourth year in a row, TOKY has provided the design work for marketing Mardi Gras St. Louis, a series of a dozen major events celebrated for six weeks during January and February. It’s one of the most exciting national Mardi Gras celebrations outside of New Orleans itself….
Last week, I had the opportunity to give a presentation — “InDesign CS5 Tips & Techniques” — for the Society for Marketing Professional Services St. Louis (SMPS)….
As the half-empty coach bus came to a halt in the cold pre-dawn, I alighted — sans map, sans coat, sans shave, sans food. Dunedin, New Zealand: I don’t know anything about you….
We wrote recently about the highly regarded photography collection of TOKY Director of New Business John Foster — it’s been covered in Art & Antiques and Newsweek, among other publications. Today, the fine folks at Phaidon — they make gorgeous books about subjects we love — wrote about John’s collection in their Agenda publication….
The Spiral Jetty is an earthwork sculpture constructed in 1970 by Robert Smithson. It’s located in the remote Rozel Bay on the north arm of Great Salt Lake in Utah. Even though this is one of the most unique works of art I’ve ever seen, I primarily remember it because of the adventure it was just to get there….
For the second year in a row, TOKY has been named one of just 25 “Best in Quality” companies by St. Louis Small Business Monthly magazine….
TOKY is proud to have designed and developed every one of the exhibition web catalogues for the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, from Ideal [Dis-]Placements to Stylus and everything in between….
Under Consideration’s Art of the Menu design blog, which catalogues “the underrated creativity of menus from around the world,” has turned its spotlight on TOKY’s identity and design work for Baileys’ Range….
On Twitter? So is some of Team TOKY….
TOKY recently launched an event site for NMS Management, a premier investor-education company based out of New York….
Eva Zeisel, a pioneer of 20th-century industrial design, celebrated her 105th birthday with family and friends last November 13, 2011, and passed away less than two months later on December 30. Like so many others who appreciated her influence in modernist design, I was sad to hear of her passing. Her life, at times, read like a Hollywood script….