Timothy Goodman

is an NYC-based designer, illustrator, muralist, & author whose work fosters human connection. Timothy’s distinctive hand-drawn imagery and words have adorned global partnerships with leading fashion brands ranging from Yves Saint Laurent to Nike and Uniqlo. He has created animations and city takeovers for brands ranging from Tiffany to McDonalds, live drawing at festivals like Sundance and Governors Ball, and epic wall murals for Netflix, Google, and Saks Fifth Avenue. Recent projects include the design of a 5,000 square foot basketball court for a school in Brooklyn, in partnership with the Kevin Durant Charity Organization. He has hundreds of thousands of followers, and has been celebrated in pages ranging from The New York Times to NPR and Fast Company, and served as Hasan Minhaj’s “Patriot Act” sidekick amongst many other collabs. 

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Timothy Goodman's art and words have populated walls, buildings, packaging, cars, people, shoes, clothing, book jackets, magazine covers and galleries all over the world. His clients include Apple, Google, Samsung, Uniqlo, Target, MoMA, Airbnb, Netflix, The New Yorker and The New York Times. He has received awards from most major design & illustration publications. He’s the co-creator of several personal projects including the blog and book 40 Days of Dating (whose film rights were optioned to Warner Bros), 12 Kinds of Kindness, Build Kindness Not Walls, People of Craft, and Friends With Secrets. He is also the author of Sharpie Art Workshop. Last year, he launched a global collection of clothing with Uniqlo that sold out in 7 months. He teaches at School of Visual Arts in New York City and uses his Instagram to talk about his feelings.