Mike Joyce YG1
- Current Location: New York
- Originally From: United States
- Studio: Stereotype Design
Mike Joyce was born in the hot summer of 1972 in Troy, New York rendering him Troy-Bilt, just as reliable as the company’s signature rototiller. Thirty years later Mike founded Stereotype Design in New York City, specializing in projects for the entertainment industry. He has designed album packaging for established artists such as Iggy Pop, Morphine, Katy Perry, The Lemonheads, Fall Out Boy, Korn, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Natalie Merchant, Heart, and Aretha Franklin. Mike has also designed and licensed several lines of t-shirts to Palmer & Cash, Mighty Fine, Now & Zen, and 2K by Gingham. Stereotype’s work has been featured in over fifty publications including IdN, Print, Communication Arts, Graphic, Rolling Stone, How, Computer Arts, The Village Voice, The Huffington Post, Inked, and New York magazine. In 2000 he was selected for Print Magazine’s exclusive “New Visual Artists” issue, showcasing twenty emerging designers under the age of 30. His work has been shown in exhibitions by the AIGA, the Type Directors Club, the Hofstra Museum, the One Club, the Art Directors Club’s first Young Guns show, and selected for the Permanent Collection of the Library of Congress. Mike has served as a judge for advertising, design, and interactive award shows for the ADC, TDC, Alex Steinweiss Awards and co-chaired Young Guns 4. He taught typography and design to third- and fourth-year students at the School of Visual Arts for seven years. In 2012 Mike launched swissted.com, a personal project combining his love of Swiss graphic design and punk rock by redesigning old punk, hardcore, and indie rock show flyers into hundreds of International Typographic Style posters. The site has since ammased over 500,000 visits, spawning editorial features, gallery shows, and an oversized 200 page book published by Quirk Books. Mike lives and works in the West Village of New York City and refuses to design wedding invitations.
Project 1 of 5
Fueled By Ramen Branding
Part of a branding system for the indie label hit-makers.
Project 2 of 5
Identity design for MTV's Twitter Jockey.
Project 3 of 5
J Records logo
Identity for Clive Davis's record label.
Project 4 of 5
More Jane Jacobs Less Marc Jacobs
Self-initiated campaign to stop the West Village from being turned into a shopping mall.
Project 5 of 5
Oh Me Oh My: Aretha Live in Philly, 1972
R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Enough said.