Sean Yendrys
Brooklyn, NY & Montreal, QC

This site is updated infrequently with projects, sketches and research. For an up-to-date portfolio of recent work, please get in touch.
Sean Yendrys is a Canadian graphic designer based between New York City and Montreal. He works independently in the cultural field, often collaborating with artists, architects, institutions and non-profit organizations on projects ranging from publications and websites, to identities and exhibitions. He has previously worked for the studio
NODE Berlin Oslo and assisted independent designers such as Geoff Han, and Neil Donnelly. He’s had the opportunity to collaborate and produce work for a range of clients, some of which include: The Architecture Lobby, Bard Center for Curatorial Studies, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Hatje Cantz, Keller Easterling, Metropolis Books,
One Little Indian Records, Columbia GSAPP, Princeton Architectural Press, and Yale School of Architecture. He holds an MFA from Yale University, and has led workshops, lectured or been a guest critic at various institutions, including Concordia, Parsons The New School, Rutgers, and BHSAD Moscow.

  Getting more posts...