is a visual designer who makes books, wine labels, etc.


MoMA Now: Highlights from the Museum of Modern Art

Large-format hardcover edition of the Museum of Modern Art's long-running "Highlights" book series, published to celebrate the museum's 90th anniversary and the curatorial restructuring of its collection. Published by the Museum of Modern Art. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

Andy Warhol's The Chelsea Girls

The definitive book about Andy Warhol's film "The Chelsea Girls". Co-published by Distributed Art Publishers (D.A.P.) and the Andy Warhol Museum. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

Standing Together: Inez Milholland's Final Campaign for Women's Suffrage

Hardcover book of photography, writing, and ephemera that illustrates the journey of a pioneer of American suffrage. Published by MW Editions. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

Nuevo New York

Hardcover book portraying notable New Yorkers of Latin American descent. Published by Damiani. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

The Unchosen Ones: Portraits of an American Pastoral

Clothbound book of diptych portraits of young farmers and their companions. Published by MW Editions. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

Brooklyn Photographs Now

A collection of contemporary photography illustrating the unique character of the great New York borough. Published by Rizzoli. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

Klaus Mitteldorf: Next

Hardcover book of artwork by Brazilian photographer Klaus Mitteldorf. Published by Damiani. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

Damiani Catalogs

Catalogs for Damiani, an Italian art book publisher. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

Wine Labels

Michel Nartz

Label design for a series of wines from Alsace, France, inspired by the region's unique topography and abundant sunlight.


Label design for a pet-nat from the Vinho Verde region in Portugal, inspired by the life of the enigmatic writer Fernando Pessoa.

Aimé Piroux

Label design for a series of wines from the Beaujolais region in France, inspired by the winemaker's history of competitive cycling.

Das Trocken

Label design for a dry riesling from the Nahe region in Germany, inspired by the graphic works of artist Oskar Kokoschka.


Stars of the Silver Screen

Video and graphics for an exhibition at the Andy Warhol Museum about Warhol's love affair with old Hollywood.


Series of posters for the Maryland Institute College of Art's Art@Lunch lecture program.

The Fabric Workshop and Museum

Marketing campaigns and brand implementation for The Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia. Designed at Matsumoto Incorporated.

Good Chemistry

Logo for a small chain of apothecary-themed cannabis dispensaries based in the Colorado and Massachusetts areas.

Heroes & Villains

Exhibition graphics for a survey of the work of comic book painter Alex Ross at the Andy Warhol Museum.


Experiments in illustration and screenprinting.

Aschen Designs

Identity for a jewelry atelier based in New York City.

Communal Brands

Website for a boutique wine importer based in New York City.


Ongoing series of abstract drawings of urban landscapes.

About Robin Brunelle

I am a visual designer who specializes in concept, strategy, storytelling, and art direction.

I manage projects from idea through production (a complete "nose to tail" approach, to borrow a phrase from the great chef Fergus Henderson). Every decision is made with purpose, function, and beauty in mind.

I am a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art and frequently collaborate with artists, writers, editors, and developers. Past clients have included The Museum of Modern Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Andy Warhol Museum, Gagosian Gallery, The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Rizzoli New York, Artbook/D.A.P., Damiani Editore, Inc. Magazine, and Magnolia Pictures.

I am based in New York City. I also enjoy puns.

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