Steve DeCusatis is a graphic designer specializing in logos, identities, and overall branding projects. Steve graduated from Tyler School of Art, Temple University in 2002 with a BFA in Graphic & Interactive Design and an Art History Minor. After working in both design and agency settings, he started his own self-titled design studio in 2011 working as an independent art director, designer and educator. He collaborates with clients large and small creating innovative brand work, and is a design instructor at Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia University, and Rowan University.
His work has been published by AIGA Philadelphia Design Awards, Print, HOW, Communication Arts, Graphis, The Dieline, LogoLounge, Letterhead & Logo Design, CMYK, Under Consideration, LetterCult, Mastering Type, Ambigrams Revealed, Creative Anarchy, No Plastic Sleeves, and more. Art direction and instruction of students' projects are recognized by The Dieline, Lovely Package, HOW Self-Promotion Annual, Philadelphia Museum of Art's Collab Student Design Competition, and the Adobe Achievement Awards.
Outside of the studio and classroom, Steve can be found hosting design lectures, Tweeting about design topics, Instagramming various doodles and found ephemera, and participating in various portfolio reviews and exhibitions… All in the free time he has outside of walking his dog.