Founded in 2013, Studio Sarp Sozdinler is an award-winning arts and design practice based between New York, Amsterdam, and Istanbul. Gravitating toward publication design and the poster format, the Studio edits for and designs books, exhibitions, magazines, typefaces, catalogs, visual identities, websites, and illustrations for artists, brands, and cultural institutions.

Deadwood | 2013

Musée Emily Hahn | 2013

Speak to the Eyes | 2017
Made in collaboration with Erman Yilmaz.


Sarp Sozdinler’s work has been featured or is forthcoming on X-R-A-Y, No Contact, The Offing, Solstice, Passages North, among other publications. Some of his longer works have been selected as a finalist at Waasnode Short Fiction Prize judged by Plimpton-winner Jonathan Escoffery and at the Writer’s Digest’s Short Short Story Contest. He is currently working on his first novel.

Solstice | “Twice”
finalist at the writer's digest's short short story contest
Passages North | “An Aftermath in Gold and Red”
finalist at waasnode short fiction prize

Cagibi | “The United Saguaros”
X-R-A-Y | “Angry Gnomes”
No Contact | “Eating Flowers”
The Offing | “Rain God”
Decomp | “Civilized Societies”
Little Something Press | “A Knot of Limbs”The Museum of Americana | “Fistlike Mouth and Rotating Thoughts”
The Racket | “White Iverson”
Riverbed Review | “Ghost in the Quicksand”
Sip Cup | “A Game With Its Own Rules”
Pigeon Review | “The Tail of a Gypsy Moth”
The Remnant Archive | “Nameless White Dots”