Patrick Li is the founder and creative director of Li, Inc., a multi-disciplinary design studio founded in 2000. Mr. Li is also creative director of T Magazine from The New York Times.
Li, Inc. has developed brand and image strategies for some of the leading references within the fashion, beauty and art industries. Clients and projects include brand identity for Jason Wu, Alexander Wang, Tiffany and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, to advertising and design projects for H&M, Sephora and Kenzo.
Li, Inc. has designed numerous monographs and artists’ books, including “Louis Vuitton: Art, Fashion, Architecture” published by Rizzoli; “Rodarte Catherine Opie Alec Soth” published by JRP; and “Kaws” published by Rizzoli and the Aldrich Museum.
Mr. Li was also the Art Director at Large for Vogue China from the magazine’s inception through 2013. He studied architecture at the University of California at Berkeley.