Category Archives: NYC Graphic Design Studio
Written on October 11, 2018 at 1:31 pm, by Scott Santoro
Worksight designed the logo, brochure, and website for a new Harlem-based health center. Check the site out at lotushealthcenter.org
Written on July 30, 2018 at 2:13 pm, by Scott Santoro
Worksight poster design for an organization in Belize helping indigenous tribes retain their land rights.
Written on November 21, 2017 at 5:50 pm, by Scott Santoro
While a grad student at Cranbrook Academy of Art, which is just outside of Detroit, I was asked by an art gallery client to design her dad’s gravestone who had died six months earlier. The project included roughs, changes, and refinements, just as a standard job would. But during the final placing of the stone, Continue Reading »
Written on October 9, 2017 at 5:08 pm, by Scott Santoro
An apple is a very popular image and has operated as a sign to represent knowledge (think Adam and Eve’s forbidden fruit), as well as to symbolize elementary education as in “an apple for the teacher,” and also as a sign of health as in “an apple a day.” Here, Worksight used the apple as a Continue Reading »
Written on July 30, 2013 at 3:57 pm, by Scott Santoro
My young son once asked, ‘Why are we here?’, writes Scott W. Santoro. When the question was flipped back to him, ‘Why do you think we are here, Ellis?’, he responded, ‘To learn stuff!’ Ellis was right. If for no other reason, we’re here to learn stuff, and graphic design makes it easy. Our field is so Continue Reading »
Written on September 10, 2010 at 9:01 pm, by Scott Santoro
Proud to see a brochure we designed for Gilbert Paper presented in a glass case alongside other memorabilia on a recent visit to the Coney Island Freak Show. The piece documents the history and current state of the island in all its continuous glory and was used by Gilbert to promote their tactile, textured commercial Continue Reading »
Written on March 22, 2010 at 8:22 pm, by Scott Santoro
A typical weekend scene while living next to a firehouse (on Great Jones Street) practicing and having fun—and not necessarily in that order. These firemen go out on runs approximately 20 times a day, most of which are false alarms, and never seem to complain.