N. Weltyk
Graphic Design

Work samples may be found at weltyk.com and co-ed.us. Email may be addressed to nweltyk@gmail.com. A resume may be viewed by clicking here.

My name is Nicholas. I live in New York City and work independently on commissions for books and websites. In May of 2016, I joined Karma / An Art Service as a graphic designer. Since the fall of 2015, I’ve taught second-year typography as an adjunct instructor at Parsons School of Design. From 2013 through 2016, I worked with Alex Lin at Studio Lin. Earlier, I interned at Other Means and, prior to that, studied graphic design and art history at Pratt Institute.

Under the name, Cooperative Editions, I also offer friends and authors assistance in the conceptual development, graphic design, production, and publication of books and printed matter. Since its commencement at the end of 2013, Co-Ed has published roughly ten titles and participated in the realization of numerous others.

August 2016 (0 images)
Another book! I designed the Noguchi Museum’s catalog for Another Land, an exhibition of photographs by Leah Raintree “casting Noguchi’s work as distant objects in space.”

August 2016 (0 images)
I designed a new book for photographer, Thomas Whiteside. “Route 1: Mike & India” documents three friends’ journey through Iceland—for one of whom, the visit marked a return home. Accordingly, the book was printed and bound in Reykjavík.

April 2016 (4 images)
Facilitated by The Center for Urban Pedagogy, I conducted a ten-day research project with an English class at Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School.

April 2016 (4 images)
Sharon Gong and I worked together with Netherlands-based Earnest Studio to design and develop their new website.

January 2016 (1 image)
My friend, Charles Perry, and I worked together on the third issue of Ben DuVall’s self-described “erratically published periodical,” Bulk.

December 2015 (3 images)
Just finished a website for Topless—a nomadic gallery in Queens, NY, moving seasonably to vacated storefronts destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. The site is built using Sassolino by PWR Studio.

September 2015 (1 image)
Cooperative Editions was invited to contribute to Catalogue’s Library Paper No. 6, “The New” issue.

September 2015 (1 image)
Cooperative Editions will be sharing a booth with Common Satisfactory Standard at the 2015 New York Art Book Fair. Desmond Wong made the typeface for our sign.

August 2015 (1 image)
Co-Ed title “Chairs (…)” was exhibited in Draw Down’s reading room at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art. The reading room was on display from August 14 – September 12 in conjunction with Mall No. 2 presented by 7D8 and V. Project.

August 2015 (3 images)
Recently I developed a website for my mom, Rene. She has an architecture practice based in Seattle, Washington called Stratton Architects.

August 2015 (1 image)
Contributed some shapes to Erik Brandt’s ongoing Ficciones Typgrafika project.