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The New York Times, Banana Republic & The NY Public
Originally a Bostonian, New York has been Chris Rubino’s adopted hometown since 1997. Rubino counts The New York Times, Banana Republic & The NY Public Theater amongst his various clients. His work and voice has been heavily influenced by his printmaking background, initially focusing on posters for bands and eventually onto his own artwork. His 16 year career has mostly taken place out of a brightly lit quiet-as-hell studio carriage house in Brooklyn. Chris can be found there most days listening to NPR in the morning and T.Rex in the afternoon. Recently Rubino has created type & title seqeunces for a number of films including Blue Valentine, The Place Beyond the Pines & Kill Your Darlings.
His work has been exhibited in Europe, Japan, Hong Kong and the U.S. as well as added to the permanent collection at the Museum of Design in Zurich. Rubino holds a BFA from Syracuse University, was selected as an ADC Young Gun and has served as a Board Member on the NYC Chapter of AIGA.
Most recently he was the subject of a documentary film entitled Love Kills Demons.