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Roxaboxen is a design studio based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We specialize in expressive, custom typography, and over the years we’ve designed brand identities and typefaces for start-ups, film production companies, fashion brands, advertising agencies, conferences, restaurants, cookbooks, and more.
In our work we convey complex concepts through the direct language of positive and negative space. We care about context, history, process, collaboration, and cohesion. We believe that every part of a design project, even the periods and commas, ought to communicate with clarity and purpose.
Roxaboxen is named after a desert city, built by kids out of stones and sea glass. Let’s create something together.
Graham Bradley is a graphic designer and typeface designer. A Lebanese American, he grew up in Los Angeles. Before founding Roxaboxen, Graham was the first employee at Frere-Jones Type, where he worked with Tobias Frere-Jones on Mallory and Retina. He is an instructor at Type West at the Letterform Archive, a graduate of the Type@Cooper program at The Cooper Union, and a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley.