In this week’s Friday 5, we’re talking coffee.
At TOKY, we believe our world can be more thoughtful, more humane, and more beautiful. Through our strategic design and communications work, we help the organizations that create this world be more successful.
We’re excited to officially welcome Account Manager Emily Standley to the team.
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As an official STL250 sponsor, we recently scored a 4-foot cake replica of our very own.
The party starts at 4pm on Locust between Garrison and Cardinal. We’ll have music from the Rhythm Section Road Show, and food and drink will be available from Baileys’ Restaurants.
The catalogue we designed for the Mound City exhibition at Laumeier Sculpture Park has been listed in Communication Arts’ 2014 Design Annual.
The site we designed and developed for MIT’s List Visual Arts Center has been selected as a Communication Arts Webpick of the Week.
We’re proud to announce that our work for the Indianapolis Museum of Art has been honored with a MUSE Award.
Meet Kelcey Towell, the newest addition to our design team.
Our interactive team has officially launched the redesigned site for MIT’s List Visual Arts Center.
Five months into the STL250 celebration, our logo found its way onto a city bus.
TOKY designed a comprehensive brand identity for the restaurant, including naming, logo, menus, and signage.