Johnny Ink is a small, two-person design house with an ever-changing focus. Our identity work of the late 90s led us to restaurant design, packaging, advertising and back. We’ve been featured in both Graphis’ and Print’s Design Annuals and recently launched our own product, Inklings.

Lately, we’re doing a lot of book covers, and loving it. What’s next? You tell us.

 

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John Brenner

Designer, wordsmith, and hopelessly gemini, John has a fierce passion for typography, and yet remarkably bad penmanship. The youngest son of an English professor and an editor, he’s quick witted and incredibly observant. He spends a good deal of time sketching, even though he can’t draw and he’s a terrible dancer despite being a good drummer. He will rake leaves in January just to be outside, is endlessly creative, and makes a mean omelet.

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Mati Young

Designer, iPhonographer, and director of all things Inklings, Mati is city to the core, musically dependent and a frustrated real estate mogul. Most alive with a dangerous amount of irons in the fire and balls in the air, it is no surprise that she twirled a mean baton as a kid and spins fire now. She has birthed twins, loves to garden, and despite her beautiful, fair skin, was really tan at one point in her life. Ask her about it.

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