Triboro, the Brooklyn based design duo of David Heasty and Stefanie Weigler, completely wowed a packed audience of students and faculty at an inspiring lecture delivered on October 17 at PhilaU. Natives of Texas and Germany respectively, David and Stefanie attract a global client base ranging from innovative start-ups to respected international brands. Recent Triboro projects include a Nike logo for New York City; branding the fashion labels BLK DNM, Everlane and William Rast; art directing the Style Manual for GQ; illustrating international campaigns for Stella Artois and HSBC; designing albums for Blonde Redhead and James Iha; as well as materials for MoMA and the Dia Art Foundation.
In addition to client work, they both teach branding at Parsons in New York City and pursue self-initiated experiments such as their One-Color Subway Map and Triboro Leftovers. Triboro’s partners have received numerous industry awards including being named ADC Young Guns. Their work has been featured in publications and exhibitions around the world.