Stinsensqueeze is a graphic design studio, founded by Stina Gromark and Louise Naunton Morgan, based in London & Paris, who specialise in publications, visual identities, exhibitions, typefaces, art direction and digital platforms for individuals, commercial brands and cultural institutions.

Their approach is dialogue driven. Through careful analysis of content and context they support clients and collaborators to fully communicate their ideas, delivering appropriate solutions with both a functional and emotional impact. Their design process is equally led by conceptual research and craft, which results in unexpected outcomes – the design of bespoke typefaces, use of non-standardised materials and productions methods.

In parallel to commissioned work, the studio initiates their own published projects, working closely with artists, curators, writers, designers, allowing them to fully shape a projects from the very start to the end.

Stina Gromark

Central Saint Martins, 2009
Royal College of Art, 2012
Founder, Paris

Louise Naunton Morgan

Central Saint Martins, 2009
Founder, London
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Vacancies

We currently do not have any position available but please
do send us a pdf of your portfolio

Internships

Three-month internships are available at Stinsensqueeze
in London and Paris for students and recent graduates.
Please send us a pdf of your portfolio

Selected Clients & Collaborators

Arts Council
Assemble
Brrum Architects
Candida Powell-Williams
Chiara Stephenson
common-editions
Derek William Trust
Design Museum
Eszter Steirhoffer
EPI 1959
Eva Sajovic
Hayward Gallery
Hayward Touring
Howard Tangye
Hungarian Culture Center
Institut Suedois
International Awards for Art Critisism
Issey Miyake
Katy Reiss
Lanvin
London College of Fashion
Louis Vuitton
Mairie de Paris
Marie Jacotey
Oscar Lhermitte
Royal College of Art
Saint Etienne Design Biennale
Swedish Architects
Sugarhouse Studios
Takeshi Hayatsu Architects
The Aram Gallery

Teaching, Workshops & Talks

Central Saint Martins
Format13
London College of Fashion
One Dot Zero Festival
Quad
Royal College of Art
The Broken Arm
University of Middlesex
University of the Arts London
Unseen

Exhibitions

KALEID editions’ annual collection, 2016
Banner Repeater & Hackney Archives, London, 2015
Unseen, Amsterdam, 2014
Bookmarc, Paris, 2013
Format13, 2013
The W Project, KK Outlet, London, 2012