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Timothy Goodman

Timothy Goodman’s art and words have populated walls, buildings, packaging, cars, people, shoes, clothing, book jackets, magazine covers, and galleries all over the world. His clients include Apple, Google, Samsung, Uniqlo, Target, MoMA, Airbnb, Netflix, Tiffany & Co., The New Yorker, and The New York Times. He has received awards from most major design & illustration publications.

His work is one part community-driven, partnering with pro-bono organizations and schools to create murals and installations for communities and children such as the Kevin Durant Charity Foundation; its one-part personal project, including the blog and book 40 Days of Dating (whose TV rights were optioned to Netflix), and People of Craft, a resource website dedicated to showcasing creatives of color and their craft in design, art, and more; and its one-part commercial work which entails a global collection with Uniqlo, animations for Tiffany & Co, live drawing at Sundance Film Festival, and murals for Netflix, Google, and ESPN.

Recently, he launched a global collection of clothing with Uniqlo, and a collection of shoes with the Chinese footwear brand, Staccato. Timothy regularly speaks around the world at creative conferences, and he teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He aims to create community-driven work on topics such as mental health, therapy, race, politics, heartbreak, and love.