Mark Pernice / Matic is a graphic design and illustration studio in Brooklyn, New York.
A New York native and School of Visual Arts alum, he advanced from early work in movie poster design to designing for a variety of clients and industries as a now-longtime freelance graphic designer and artist. Clients include, The New York Times, Bloomberg View, Urban Outfitters, Pentagram Inc. Virgin Mobile, Insound.com, The Boston Globe, Universal Music Group and The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Pernice also spent part of 2008 working under world renowned graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister and Paula Scher in 2010 working on Jon Stewart's "Earth The Book."
Some recognitions two 2011 FPO Awards, Make Magazine 10 Best of 2010, HOW Magazine Outstanding Achievement award, 2009 AIGA PDA award and a Print Magazine Regional Design Annual award. Recently Pernice's "Photo Booth Mask" project has gained viral attention with over 1.5 million image hits in the projects first 3 months garnering press in Wired, The Huffington Post, Fast Company, Gizmodo, DesignBoom, Booooooom, Glamcult, Buzzfeed and It's Nice That to name a few.
Select Clients Include:
The New York Times
The Boston Globe
Urban Green Council
Urban Outfitters / Anthropologie
Universal Music Group
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Barnes Coy Architects
Voxel dot net
Canopy Verde Handbags