Pub Crawl Profile: TOUR A :: Reyman Studio and Time Out New York

Pub Crawl Profile: TOUR A :: Reyman Studio and Time Out New York

In preparation for Friday's Pub(lications) Crawl event, we're profiling each participating magazine/organization. Spots are still available in each tour group, but space is filling up fast, so rsvp now. Click here for all the details.

Tour A in our Pub Crawl starts at Reyman Studio and follows up with Time Out New York.

Reyman Studio is a multifaceted, full-service graphic design firm. Projects range from the design of book jackets for novels, to 1,000-page medical books with hundreds of charts, to financial newsletters, to magazine redesign, to newspaper design, including the complete redesign of The Wall Street Journal's domestic and international editions.

With a design agenda based on ideas, as opposed to a signature style, assignments are carefully considered, resulting in unique, well developed creative solutions. Reyman Studio maintains a strong relationship with contemporary type designers and foundries to ensure a thorough exploration of typographic considerations.


Time Out New York is the go-to weekly playbook for the savvy local, the spirited hipster and the hard-to-please sophisticate. Each week in print and 24-hours-a-day on the Web, lively features drill deep into trends and happenings, while easily browsable sections covering 14 categories and thousands of events offer compact muscular reviews and pithy opinionated listings. The result is an indispensable, up-to-the-(New York)-minute cultural road map for any Gothamite or guest whose time is precious and whose appetite for the new experiences is boundless.


The RSVP deadline is noon on Thursday, so sign up now! Click here for all the details.

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