Warren Corbitt

Warren Corbitt is a multidisciplinary designer focusing on branding, editorial, and cultural projects, working fluidly between both screen-based and print-based media. From 1999–2005, he was founder and partner of one9ine, working with a client base spanning cultural, commercial, and non-profits. Studio clients included the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Kenneth Cole, "ESPN The Magazine," Columbia Records, Nike, Universal Music, The United Nations, "This Old House Magazine," Council of Fashion Designers of America, the New York Public Library, Sony Electronics, and Starwood Hotels. Warren has a strong editorial background, working with magazines including "GQ," "Condé Nast House & Garden," and "Esquire." He was the founding Art Director at Swoon.com, an editorial web vehicle for Condé Nast that served as the first online presence for "Details," "Glamour," "Mademoiselle," and "GQ" magazines. Following, he was the Lead Art Director at CKS Site Specific, forming interactive design strategies for clients including Duracell and Travelocity. Warren also co-designed "RayGun" magazine and served as creative consultant for "Bikini" magazine.

Warren teaches publication design at Cooper Union School of Art, and regularly serves as a visiting critic at graduate and undergraduate design programs. His work has been recognized by numerous design competitions, including AIGA, Art Directors Club, and Society of Publication Designers, with work published in multiple foreign and domestic design publications. He received his BA in Political Theory from Vassar College, and his MFA in 2D Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art.