Out Of Print Creative Director Heidi Zito is Today’s Honoree

HeidiZitoHeidi is a Brooklyn based artist with roots in South Florida where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Florida State University.

She moved to New York City in 20 to pursue a Master of Fine Art in Photography Video and Related Media. Earning her MFA in 2012, she went on to become the Creative Director for Out of Print, a company specializing in showcasing literature-inspired apparel and accessories— where she currently works.

Zito has been featured in several group exhibitions including Still Spotting NYC, a collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, as well as a recent solo exhibition titled, Short Long Time at HERE in New York City. Zito’s studio is located in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn where she crafted In the Trees.

The In The Trees series transpired from a getaway to the Adirondack Mountains in Northern New York, when the hectic city life became too much for Heidi. During her retreat, Heidi stayed in a small cabin and discovered a world of natural wonders, “I was immediately in awe of the exquisite and serene beauty of the region which inspired me… In The Trees is a reflection of the quiet moments that we sometimes find amid the noise and chaos of our daily routines” says Heidi.


Out of Print’s mission is to celebrate literature through fashion and help increase access to books around the world.

Out of Print licenses and designs original artwork from iconic literary classics to create unique conversation starters in the form of apparel, tote bags, iPhone cases, stationery items, accessories and novelty gift items.  To date, Out of Print has helped donate 800,000 books to communities in need through their partnership with Books For Africa.

Visit Heidi Zito for more information.


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