About

Tuman is a creative studio crafting design that makes people to fall in love with

Approach
Based in New York, we make design for daring companies that want to stand out and make an impression. We craft design with an ambition to translate experience and emotions into tangible products. Our approach prioritizes emotions, allowing us to create a boundless brand universe that fully expresses its vision. We make design with care and attention to detail to enhance the environment in which we find ourselves. We value passion and people in love with what they do, so we work with dedicated entrepreneurs and bold brands. Collaborating with cultural institutions and museums, we emphasize the significance of delving into cultural studies and examining the medium's artifacts. We believe in the power of creativity to craft enduring products that hold deep meaning and inspire individuals in their daily lives.
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Ira Kosheleva Design director, Partner
Konstantin Tolstikov Managing director, Partner
Anna Tolchinskaya Art director


Our competence

Brand Experience
Brand Identity
Visual Language
Brand Guidelines
Logotype
Communication System
Exhibition Design
Design Concept
Signage Systems
Exhibition Identity
Exhibition Key Visual
Explications and Labels Design
Packaging Design
Brand Identity
Visual Language
Packaging Design
Prepress
Packaging Guidelines
Signage & Wayfinding
Territory Analysis
Design Concept
External Territory Design
Interior Spaces Design


Research & strategy
Competitor Analysis
Briefing Session
Brand Platform
Positioning
Digital design
UI Design
Web Design
Mobile First Design
CGI
3D graphics
Motion Design
Product Visualization
Photography
Art direction
Design concept
Set Design
Photoshoot


Awards
The studio's awards include TDC New York, Pentawards, ADCR, Sreda among others. Tuman Studio’s work has been published in Brand New, The Brand Identity, TASHEN Books, Another Graphic, Trend Hunter, Medium, Packaging of the World and more.


Publications

Our Selected Clients
Coca-Cola
British Embassy
Tretyakov Gallery
Tele2
Yandex
Unilever
Theory&Practice
British Council