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Sagmeister & Walsh

The notorious NYC design studio Sagmeister & Walsh have updated their portfolio site with a little help from our friends Liam Crean & Emil Olsson.

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    Luke TongeLuke Tonge
    17th Jan 2013
    9:50 am
  1. Great work chaps, I’m a fan of the site. Saw it described on twitter as ‘ballsy’ which is true on multiple levels… theatrics aside, the aesthetic and usability of the site is great, the work is a pleasure to look through and everything just makes sense.

    I’m not a huge fan of the stationery – feels a bit like a student project – and the ampersand branding (while it makes sense, is bold and feels very ‘Sagmeister’) has surely now become the go-to design cliché …unless it’s meant to be ironic?

  2. Side by Side
    17th Jan 2013
    12:54 pm
  3. Love his Answers section. The part about big agencies appearing to be more reliable and therefore stealing the big clients especially resonates. Such a shame and I can’t really see the tides changing any time soon. We are 2 months off starting our ‘purposely small’ 2 man design agency, which is scary. However Stefan has told me not to work weekends, which is nice. Thanks bud.

  4. Marcus
    18th Jan 2013
    11:05 am
  5. Anyone else think the flashing his penis thing is getting a little old? On more than one level.

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