Sean Yendrys,
Book launch for Asymmetric Labors: The Economy of Architecture in Theory and Practice, 2016 Venice Architecture Biennial
Published by The Architecture Lobby, 256 pp, 105 × 160 mm
Scaling Infrastructure and Infrastructural Monuments, two-book set with MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism, 2016.
6.75 × 9.25 inches, 180 & 168 pages. Designed with Neil Donnelly.
“A School, A Park” independent summer program, Montreal CA (2016–2018)
Audience waiting outside before a lecture by 2018 tutors Jessica Gysel, Katja Mater and Sara Kaaman of Girls Like Us

Movement Research Performance Journal, bi-annual newspaper
Designed with Yotam Hadar (2017–ongoing)

MRPJ #51 waiting for pick-up at the Movement Research office in New York

Para-Platforms: On the Spatial Politics of Right-Wing Populism, Markus Miessen & Zoë Ritts (eds.)
135 × 200 mm, 204 pp, Published by Sternberg Press, 2018

Tanzkongress 2019—A Long Lasting Affair, visual identity

Tanzkongress 2019—A Long Lasting Affair, backside of A5 die-cut flyer for public program

“Contingency and Determinacy” by Yuk Hui, supplement for a series of performances On A Psychedelic Becoming by Hugo Esquinca.
Colour blocking signage for art gallery Parc Offsite in Montreal
Takashi Homma, Looking Through: Le Corbusier Windows. 192 pages, 300 × 220 mm.
Published by the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Koenig Books, Window Research Institute Japan

reboot: responsiveness, institutional question on the windows of Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf 
Project conceived by Eva Birkenstock, Nikola Dietrich and Viktor Neumann

Water, Kinship, Belief: Toronto Biennial of Art 2019–2022, edited by Candice Hopkins, Katie Lawson, Tairone Bastien.
480 pages, 205 × 270 mm, Iris printing + CMYK. Designed with Santiago da Silva.
First two volumes of “Building Arguments,” a new book series published by Canadian Centre for Architecture and Concordia University Press
110 × 175 mm, each volume is printed throughout on a single colour paper

Sean Yendrys is an independent graphic designer based in Berlin, Germany.

He collaborates closely with artists, architects, curators, editors, publishers and institutions to produce books, exhibitions, identities and websites. This has included working with:

Canadian Centre for Architecture
Concordia University Press
Bard Center for Curatorial Studies
Damaged Goods/Meg Stuart
Harvard Graduate School of Design
Hopscotch Reading Room
Hauser & Wirth
Kölnischer Kunstverein
Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf
Koenig Books
Moriah Evans
Movement Research Performance Journal
Romanian Pavillion, 59th Venice Bienniale of Art
Sternberg Press
Tanzkongress 2019—A Long Lasting Affair
Times Art Center Berlin
Toronto Biennial of Art
The Kitchen, NY
Verso Books
zero point Berlin

He has been Head of the MA in Graphic Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn since it opened in 2020. Previously he started and organized the independent summer program “A School, A Park” (2016–2018) in Montreal, Canada.

Gneisenaustr. 16, 10961 Berlin

Website development: Julia Novitch