Michael Freimuth YG8

  • Current Location: Brooklyn
  • Originally From: United States
  • Studio: Franklyn

Michael is a partner and creative director at Franklyn, a boutique creative and technology studio based in Brooklyn. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, his work has been recognized by myriad industry organizations including the AIGA, Art Directors Club, the Society of Publication Designers, Print and Communication Arts magazines. Prior to founding Franklyn in 2011, he worked with Stefan Sagmeister in his Manhattan studio. He teaches graphic design at the School of Visual Arts in New York and is an active member of the international design community, regularly serving as a speaker, juror and writer for industry forums.

Portfolio Imagery:

  • Project 1 of 3

    NYT Magazine Cover

    The New York Times Magazine is the weekly standard for editorial excellence in journalism. The April 10th 2010 issue featured an extensive piece by columnist Paul Krugman, entitled 'Building A Green Economy.'

    Credits

    Art Direction: Arem Duplessis Co-Designer: Kyle Poff

  • Project 2 of 3

    Matthieu K. Chardon

    A personal project created for a good friend of mine, Matthieu K. Chardon, strives to provide a personal identity system to compliment a contemporary renaissance man — with the degrees to prove it. Lightly branded collateral, objects, apparel and accessories were crafted to fit the eclectic interests and personal style of this perpetual Parisian student, graduating and ready for the world in the summer of 2012. The project was a collaborative experiment with Brooklyn-based photographer Bob Martus.

    Credits

    Photographer: Bob Martus

  • Project 3 of 3

    Converse Sense

    Historic brand met consumer powerhouse with Target's adoption of the Converse’s One Star brand footwear. A pilot project that was successful enough to be distributed nation-wide, I worked with Converse’s internal team to define and implement the overall branding, packaging and apparel applications.

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