Triboro is the Brooklyn based design duo of David Heasty and Stefanie Weigler. Together we create design solutions for clients in publishing, art, fashion, music, lifestyle, and for cultural institutions. The studio excels both in building inspiring brands from the ground-up and in shepherding established brands into new territories. Triboro’s partners have won numerous industry awards and their work has been featured in publications and exhibitions around the world.

David Heasty

Originally from Texas, David Heasty studied graphic design at Penn State University and began his design career working for Alexander Gelman at Design Machine in NYC. In 2002 David was named as one of the top 20 designers under age 30 by Print magazine. In 2005 he was named an ADC Young Gun, His work has been featured in numerous design publications and has received awards from AIGA, the Art Directors Club, and the Society of Publication Designers, among others. David teaches design at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Stefanie Weigler

Born in Germany, Stefanie Weigler studied visual communication at the University of Wuppertal. She came to New York in 2004 and worked at Design Machine with Alexander Gelman, product design firm Birsel+Seck, and at TODA. In 2010, Stefanie was named an ADC Young Gun. Her work has received awards from the AIGA and has appeared in numerous publications, including Print Magazine, Creative Review and Die Gestalten Verlag. Stefanie teaches design at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

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Our Wrong Color Subway Map is now a part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York (MoMA).
We are excited to announce that the Wrong Color Subway Maps are now available at the MoMA PS1 Artbook store.
We are happy to announce we are now teaching at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
Looking forward to our upcoming 3 day workshop and lecture at MICA, April 3-5. Many thanks to Ellen Lupton for inviting us.
We will be giving a lecture for AIGA on May 15, 2013. In addition to the lecture, we have collaborated with the AIGA Mentoring Program on a project Not For Sale.
We are featured in the current issue of DPI magazine.
A big feature on us appears in the latest issue of 360 Magazine, focused on graphic and product design in New York City.
New York Magazine commissioned us to design the cover for their annual
"Best of New York" issue.
We will be giving a presentation of our latest work at the Apple Store in SoHo as part of the ADC Young Guns Speaker Series.
The One-Color New York Subway Map is currently on display and for sale at
The Future Perfect in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
In conjunction with our work being displayed in the AIGA 365 awards exhibition, we spoke to a group of NYC design students at the AIGA exhibition space.
As a former Art Directors Club “Young Gun,” David was invited to serve as a judge for the Young Guns 5 competition.
David was asked to give an interview on the business of design to the Serbian magazine Ekonomist.
For a presentation at the Art Directors Club, New York, David spoke and presented work along with other ADC Young Guns.
We created the identity for Redshift, a New York film festival dedicated to showing the work of Russian filmmakers.


150 North 5th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Phone: 718 389 7163

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