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Philip DiBello

324 Grand Ave, apt 3G
Brooklyn, NY 11238

585-319-7593
hello@philipdibello.com

Brooklyn based graphic designer working in identity, interactive, art direction, print and product design. Collaborating with individuals, businesses, musicians and cultural institutions. Please get in touch if you'd like to work together.

Before beginning an independent practice, I was an Art Director at Area 17 creating contemporary interactive systems. Since 2014 I've been working with clients as well as freelancing with start-ups, studios and agencies. I've worked on various projects with Everything Type Company, Objective Subject, Betaworks / Digg, Red Antler, Alonzo Felix Studio, Neil Donnelly and MOS Architects.

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Design

Development

Design

With Area 17

Creative Director Kemp Attwood

Illustration

Art Director Steve Rousseau

Design

Development

Identity System

Design

Development

With Devin Washburn

Product Design

Design Director Justin Van Slembrouck

Illustration

Design

For MOS Architects

Design

Development

Identity System

Art Direction

Design

Design

Development

With Liz Klein

Design

MOS

Design

Development

I'm originally from Rochester, NY and moved to New York City to receive a BFA from The School of Visual Arts. In 2013, I participated in Typography Summer School. I believe in embracing the design process with thoughtful, well researched and system-based thinking.

One of my interests is the research, documentation and pedagogy of graphic design. I'm currently teaching typography at the School of Visual Arts as an adjunct professor.

The line at the top of the page is one of 100+ randomly chosen approaches from Oblique Strategies, a deck of cards created by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt (1975). Each card “offers an aphorism intended to help artists break creative blocks by encouraging lateral thinking.” You can read more and even purchase a deck for yourself on their website. There are many apps based on Oblique Strategies, this is part of an ongoing interpretation.

This site is set in Neue Haas Unica designed by Toshi Omagari. The hover effect, OKHover, was developed by OKFocus. The first version of this page was uploaded to the web in March 2016. Hover images copyright their respective owners. I'm just doin' my thing, hope you're doin' your thing too ✌️



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