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Negerkunst Studio's work includes writing, directing and producing, and design for print, motion graphics and performance and has earned international awards in graphic design.


Clients include

  • Rockefeller Foundation

  • Warner Bros. Records

  • Elektra Records

  • Spike Lee

  • Studio Museum of Harlem

  • Firelight Media

  • ID Magazine

  • MIT

  • CUNY School of Law

  • 12 Miles North


Video collaborations include

  • Robben Island Bible at Alvin Ailey Theatre, NYC, 

  • Bug Bite at 57E57 in NYC and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

  • bobrauschenbergamerica Charles Mee






Design awards for NEGERKUNST and Robin include: AIGA, Graphis Magazine, ID Magazine, How Magazine, The 100 Show, American Center for Design, Art Directors’ Club of Los Angeles, Type Directors’ Club, CEBA Award 


The studio's name, Negerkunst, was largely inspired by this 1931 Max Bill poster for an exhibition of African Art Negerkunst – Prähistorische Felsbilder Südafrikas. 6 years later African Art, along with American Jazz, was labeled Negerkunst or Degenerate Art , by the Nazi regime of 1937.

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