News & Press
Time Out New York Features APD
August 16th, 2012 | Hot Pick
This week’s Time Out New York includes a round up of the best New York-themed stationery items, including APD’s Times Square Thank You card. Read more about it here.
Apple Names CN App An Editors’ Choice
August 12th, 2012 | Award Winner
Funny Garbage is thrilled to announce that the app they developed for Cartoon Network is an Apple Editors’ Choice. The innovative app harnesses the power of the iPad, allowing viewers to simultaneously watch shows while playing games. Touted as “first-of-its-kind” and “revolutionary,” the app is available for iPad and iPhone. Read more about it here.
NYC’s Museum Of Natural History Sells APD
July 27th, 2012 | New Store
We’re really excited to announce our newest shop, the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan. The museum is home to a store described as a “world-class source for unique gifts.” Read more about it here.
Find APD At The Brooklyn Botanic Garden
July 25th, 2012 | New Store
We’re happy to announce our newest shop, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Next time you’re there to visit the cherry blossoms or acres of greenery, be sure to stop by the store to check us out. Read more about it here.
Andy To Speak At DesignThinkers 2012
July 4th, 2012 | Big News
Andy is excited to be named a guest speaker for the 2012 DesignThinkers Conference in Toronto. This gathering of visual communicators is sure to be a really interesting event! Read more about it here.
Pre-Order Andy’s Book
May 28th, 2012 | Hot Off the Press
The book Andy co-wrote and co-designed for Rockport Press, Interactive Design, is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com. Grab your copy now!
SVA Is A Communication Arts Webpick
May 11th, 2012 | In the News
Communication Arts names the School of Visual Arts website, designed by Funny Garbage, the Webpick of the Week. They write, “With a homepage that’s curated daily, it’s an easy-to-navigate framework for finding information and discovering new content and presenting SVA’s ever-growing pool of talent. The dynamic and rich site aggregates media feeds to reflect the breadth of the SVA community and bring its collective artistic output to the forefront.”
SFMOMA Now Carries APD
March 30th, 2012 | New Store
We’re totally thrilled to announce our newest shop: the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Store. Be sure to drop by after checking out the art!
Shop APD At Aldea Home
March 13th, 2012 | New Store
Aldea Home, a beautiful shop in San Francisco’s Mission District, is the newest place to find APD products. If you find yourself in the area, be sure to check it out!
New SVA Site Goes Live
March 8th, 2012 | New Project
Andy and the rest of the Funny Garbage team are excited to announce the launch of the newly redesigned website for the School of Visual Arts. According to SVA, the site’s mix of media feeds “reflect[s] the breadth of the SVA community and bring[s] its collective artistic output to the forefront.” Check it out here.
Pricetag Gets Noticed At Launch.is
March 7th, 2012 | In the News
Israeli President Shimon Peres was one of the many people to check out Pricetag at the 2012 Launch.is conference in San Francisco. Read more about it here.
Andy’s Work Featured In New Book
February 21st, 2012 | Shout Out
Some of Andy’s cards are featured in a new book from Rizzoli, I (Heart) Stationery. Read more about it here.
Annie’s Blue Ribbon Hearts APD
February 18th, 2012 | Shout Out
Annie’s Blue Ribbon, a Brooklyn-based general store, gives a shout out to APD in this video by Planet Brooklyn Academy. Thanks for the love, Annie! Learn more about Annie’s Blue Ribbon, and watch the video, here.
Shop APD At Cameos & Crowns
February 14th, 2012 | New Store
Cameos & Crowns is the newest store to carry APD products. If you find yourself in Seattle, be sure to check it out!
Inkpop A Communication Arts Webpick
January 25th, 2012 | Big News
Communication Arts names Inkpop, a site designed by Funny Garbage, the Webpick of the Day. They write, “This crowd-sourced site is a simple efficient publishing community for teens, and writers for teens, that gives every contributor an equal chance to be read by HarperCollins Publisher.”