de.MO is an award-winning, multidisciplinary design firm that collaborates with a wide range of international clients, from start-ups to established businesses—all of them seeking authentic expression, cultural relevance and deeper engagement. Our global team produces strategic, visually dynamic solutions that successfully articulate each brand’s character and mission.

Founded in 1997, in Milan, Italy, by Giorgio Baravalle and Elizabeth Logan-Baravalle, de.MO has been housed since 2002 in a restored 19th-century carriage house in Millbrook, New York. 


Graphic Design & Art Direction
Brand Identity & Strategy
Websites & Ecommerce
Marketing & Social Media Campaigns
Product & Packaging Design
Book Design & Packaging
Environmental & Interior Design
Video Design & Title Animation


Clio Awards
American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
Art Directors Club of New York (ADC)
British Design & Art Direction (D&AD)
The Type Directors Club (TDC)

Select Clients

Alicia Adams Alpaca
Association Pierre et Alexandra Boulat
Ballet Collective
Chronicle Books
Gray Kunz Restaurants
Hearst Corporation
L’Oro dei Farlocchi
Magnum Photo
Medicine Sans Frontiers
Melcher Media
MISH New York
Morgenthal Frederics
Random House
Redux Pictures
Rose Culinary
Studio Museum in Harlem
Swire Hotels
Tufts University
United Nations
Villanova University
VII Photo


Quino Terceño — Art Direction & Design
Catherine Chan — Art Direction & Design
Marine Sanz Vico — Graphic Design
Amy Knoth — Strategy
Jason Elliott — Web Development

The Design for Humanity initiative at Fordham University in New York was
launched by the Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs in partnership with the The UN Migration Agency. 

The featured photo is from the panel discussion Design for Advocacy and Social Communication in Crisis : How Design Drives Storytelling for Humanitarian Advocacy with Moderator Babita Bisht (Expert on Strategic Engagement and Advocacy) and Speakers Thatcher Bean (Film Director Mass Design Group), Leslie Thomas (Founder Larc Architecture and Art Works Projects), Seán Ó hAodha (Deputy Director, Humanitarian Unit, Irish Aid) and our own Giorgio Baravalle.