More than two years after our initial kick-off meeting with Mark Katzman and Gautam N. Yadama, “Fires, Fuel and the Fate of 3 Billion” has been published and released internationally by the prestigious Oxford University Press.
Arts, Culture + Community
Packed with painters and writers, photographers and urban advocates, the TOKY team cares deeply about how culture is created and made central to a city’s life.
From establishing editorial structure to developing the manuscript and managing the production process, here’s a closer look at how our team helped move this concept from a hopeful idea to an impactful yet accessible story.
Working as a kind of editorial incubator, TOKY helped transform a range of publication ideas and options into a concrete proposal that defined a project vision and path toward publication.
At TOKY we’re big fans of museum culture in St. Louis and beyond, and we consider ourselves lucky to work with so many great arts and culture institutions. Here’s a round-up of some the TOKY-made museum work that went live in 2013.
TOKY created the logo for STL250, the nonprofit Master of Ceremonies for the 2014 celebration of St. Louis’ founding in 1764.
TOKY was honored to receive the Hunger Hero Award, which goes to supporters who “consistently go above and beyond to support the mission of Food Outreach, whether through time, talent, or resources.”
TOKY was honored to work alongside this world-class museum on a number of projects, including the reworking of their logo, the World Chess Hall of Fame website, and a collection of brochures.
As a part of TOKY’s rebranding of Bellefontaine, we wrote, shot, edited and produced a new 30 second television spot — their first ever — which premieres this Sunday during Downton Abbey on KETC.
TOKY has been developed a comprehensive new brand identity for MIT’s List Visual Arts Center in Cambridge, Mass. The new brand identity draws inspiration from I.M. Pei’s design for the building and Kenneth Noland’s epic scale public art in the building lobby.
As a book-loving creative firm, we’re especially pleased to share this news: TOKY’s design for Art Without Artists — a catalogue for an exhibition of the same name at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design at North Carolina State University — has been named a 2012 winner …