ANTHONY ZUKOFSKY (b.1992) is a graphic designer in New York, NY, working on identity systems and interactive projects for clients in art, architecture, education, and technology. He is currently a Senior Designer at Instrument and teaching as an adjunct professor at The School of Visual Arts

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Last updated: March 20, 2020

︎ Today at Apple, Identity, forthcoming
︎ For All Sans, Object, 2020
︎, Website, forthcoming
︎ B–Sides, Software, 2020
︎ Design for Systems, Teaching Portal, 2017–present
︎ The New York Times Food Festival, Identity, 2019
︎ Digital Fabrications, Publication, 2019
︎ PALMA Architecture, Website, 2018
︎ XXIX Studio Mailer, Object, 2018
︎ IBM Plex Microsite, Website, 2018
︎ Whole Earth, Object, 20178 
︎ Google SPAN, Identity, 2017
︎ Museum of Capitalism, Identity, 2017 
︎ Google Material Design Awards, Object, 2017

BFA Graphic Design (Honors), School of Visual Arts, 2015

Instrument, 2020–present
Freelance, 2016–present
Base Design, 2018–2020    
XXIX, 2017–2018
Google, Material Design, 2016–2017
Pentagram, Team Michael Bierut, 2015–2016
OCD (Original Champions of Design), 2015
The New York Times Magazine, 2014
Apple Inc., 2014
Office of Paul Sahre, 2014

Basic Graphic Design I–II, School of Visual Arts, Instructor, 2019–2020
Basic Graphic Design I–II, School of Visual Arts, Instructor, 2018–2019
Typography & Interactions, Parsons New School, Visiting Critic, 2018
Typography III, Pratt Institute, Visiting Critic, 2017
Basic Graphic Design I–II, School of Visual Arts, Instructor, 2017–2018
Senior Thesis, School of Visual Arts, Teaching Assistant, 2016
Interaction I–II, School of Visual Arts, Teaching Assistant, 2016
Branding I, School of Visual Arts, Guest Lecturer, 2016

Apple Inc., AIA New York, The Architectural League of New York, Banff Centre, Google, IBM, PALMA Architects, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Museum of Capitalism, MIT Media Lab, The New York Times, NYU Abu Dhabi, Nike, Oxford University, The Prince Estate, Studio Museum in Harlem, The Underline, Yale University, Yale School of Management, Wellesley College, Q&A, XXIX

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“Progress is only possible by passing from a state of undifferentiated wholeness to differentiation of parts.”– Ludwig Von Bertalanffy