This is the personal website of Rumsey Taylor, a designer and writer who specializes in interactive stories.
Some recent examples include this visualization of opioid addiction and treatment, a self-guided graphic that illustrates rising temperatures around the Earth, and a critique of new commercial development on Manhattan’s west side. Presently he is employed at The New York Times.
Additionally, he’s written about British film adaptations of Frankenstein, the enduring vernacular popularity of an old French typeface on storefronts in New York, and the typographic signature of genre filmmaker John Carpenter.
If you know him personally then you may recall his affection for indefensibly terrible movies, photographs of people taking photographs, conversations about sneakers, or the New Zealand rock band The Clean.
Thank you for visiting.
A more comprehensive index of work is available here.
This page is set entirely in Klim type, employs the jQuery plugin ScrollStory, and was last updated 04.08.2019.