For the second year in a row, TOKY projects are featured in the AIGA St. Louis Design Show.
The Luminary dedicates itself to being a standard-bearer for emerging, global art talent. They have worldwide recognition as a fierce voice for independent and world changing artists. This St. Louis incubator wants to see art thrive locally and foster St. Louis’ reputation as part of the larger global art community. So when they asked TOKY for a multimedia event marketing strategy, we couldn’t help but get behind it.
TOKY was honored to bring home another round of wins from the 2016 ADDY Awards. Six gold, four silver, and one best of category wins recognize the hard work and creativity that the TOKY staff delivers every day.
With the completion of a new fine arts center, Laumeier Sculpture Park wanted to think bigger. In looking toward the future, Laumeier sought a redesigned brand identity — a new focal point, a new space, and a whole new look from the ground up. TOKY was happy to work with Laumeier on this exciting new phase of their growth and deliver a new brand palette, logo, and branded website in time for their gala opening.
TOKY Designer Logan Alexander has written twice here on the blog about his involvement with the city-enhancing collective Brain Drain, specifically chronicling one of its vitalizing projects: CityPulse, a physical and digital network that helps people access civic data in real time and interact with their city in new ways….
With STL Design Week in full swing, the creative energy throughout the city continues to build, making its way yesterday to COCA for an inspiring three-hour set of talks by four entrepreneurs who credit design thinking as crucial to their success….
Back in March, I wrote about being a participant in GOOD Ideas for Cities St. Louis, along with my fellow Brain Drain members. There, we revealed our idea for a physical and digital network that illuminates activity and connection throughout St. Louis (which we dubbed “CityPulse”)….