David Reinfurt
Graphic Designer
New York, NY
2010 USA Fellow

This award was generously supported by The Rockefeller Foundation.

David Reinfurt is a graphic designer whose innovative work encompasses design, publishing, and performance. Reinfurt attended the University of North Carolina and Yale University. As an interaction designer with IDEO San Francisco, he designed the interface for the MTA MetroCard vending machines, and, from 1999–2006, he ran ORG, a graphic design practice. In 2006, with graphic designer Stuart Bailey, Reinfurt established Dexter Sinister, a basement workshop and bookstore in New York. The studio works on-demand, publishing with inexpensive local machinery and using alternate distribution strategies. Reinfurt is also co-editor of the arts journal Dot Dot Dot.

Photo credit Jason Fulford.
  • Artwork by David Reinfurt
    Watchscan, 2009, Dexter Sinister, unaltered high-resolution direct digital scan, while the scanning head moves slowly down the flat-bed, the watch (and time itself) continues to move always forward; photo credit the artist
Artwork by David Reinfurt