LetterShop is a Brooklyn-based creative agency that provides thoughtfully crafted graphic design solutions that demand attention for businesses and organizations.


  • Pratt Institute's 125th Anniversary Website
    Pratt Institute's 125th Anniversary Website
  • be@schermerhorn
    be@schermerhorn
  • Fight Club + Weird Science
    Fight Club + Weird Science
  • Ellie Perfume
    Ellie Perfume

Jack Geary Contemporary

LetterShop is excited to announce the launch of the website for Jack Geary Contemporary. A dynamic online presence was particularly important for Jack. As he points out to the Wall Street Journal, "the art market is changing dramatically. The way people consider and initially work with galleries is increasingly online."

Ellie D Perfume

We were thrilled to help Jessica Dunne – creator of Ellie D Pefume – update her company's website. Armed with a new content management system, Jessica has been updating her blog frequently. Look for news not only about the perfume industry, but entries on a broad range of topics that inform her day to day work. Take a look! It's well worth return visits.

Honey & Wax Identity

Letterpress, oh how I love thee. What better printing technique to use for the business cards of a seller of fine antiquarian books? These heavy, one-color cards feel lovely to hold, just like a fine first edition.

Honey & Wax Website

There's nothing more fun than being there at the early days of a new business. This is particularly true when the owner has a vision for how she wants her brand to grow. Such was the case with Heather O'Donnell and her new venture Honey & Wax Booksellers. The uncluttered site allows these beautiful books to glow and virtually pop off the screen. Take a peek and see what we mean.

Pratt Institute: The Gallery

In the past 125 years, Pratt's students, faculty and alumnus have produced art and design that have changed the way we view the world. LetterShop designed a new section of their site called, "The Gallery: Iconic Works by Pratt Alumni and Faculty" that allows visitors to explore this groundbreaking work using various criteria. Visitors can contribute to the discussion by "admiring", nominating and discussing the works on display.

The Latest from LetterShop's Visual Diary

  • 2001 or 1955?; greenwood, brooklyn
    02.06.2014
  • girls' bathroom doorknob; mark twain ms, brooklyn
    01.26.2014
  • 51st and 6th road; midtown
    01.20.2014

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