Ian Lynam Design is a Tokyo design studio operating at the intersection of graphic design, design education and design research. We specialize in identity, cultural research and typography. We make stuff for forward-thinking humans.

Ian Lynam Design is a multidisciplinary creative studio specializing in unique solutions for international clients. The studio has been based in Tokyo since 2005.

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about ian lynam

Originally hailing from New York, Lynam has a BS in Graphic Design from Portland State University and an MFA in Graphic Design from CalArts.

Ian Lynam is Co-Chair and faculty at Vermont College of Fine Arts in the MFA Graphic Design program. Ian is also faculty at Temple University Japan. There, he teaches in the Undergraduate program, actively engaged in developing curricula concerning typography, graphic design, image-making, identity design, UI/UX and motion graphics. He is also faculty in Tokyo at Meme Design School where he teaches bilingual typography and design history.

Currently, Ian writes for Idea Magazine (Japan) and Slanted Magazine (Germany). He is a co-founder of Néojaponisme, a critical cultural online journal.

Ian is one-half of Corinthians, a Tokyo-based art and design curatorial practice with partner Renna Okubo.

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about yuki kameguchi

Project Manager Yuki Kameguchi’s award-winning management of interactive design work for various studios have garnered a veritable heap of awards internationally including Cannes Lions, D&AD Golden Pencils and FWA Site of the Day awards.

When this Fukuoka native is not wrangling projects, she is hard at work immersed in the study of vintage kimono, crocheting abstract jewelry, enjoying difficult music, and hanging tough.

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about thien huynh

Hybrid developer and designer Thien Huynh comes to Tokyo via San Diego. Thien is adept at all stages of UI/UX design and development—from apps to responsive websites. When he is not bent over his keyboard, he is busy crate-digging, experimenting with the effects of hops on human physiology, and occasionally applying a bit of pomade to his sleek coiffure.

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our internship policy

We are strongly opposed to non-paying internships and have made it a practice to not utilize the services of interns, either paid or unpaid. We do not accept applications for internships.