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Richard Tovell

Art Director, Graphic Design

Berkshire Collects

Berkshire Collects

Berkshire Collects featured trinkets, treasures, and prized possessions from some of the region’s most dedicated collectors. In order to help make these once-private collections available for public enjoyment, the Berkshire Museum asked us to create a logo, marketing materials, and exhibit displays. Our fun, fittingly eclectic design brought each object’s unique value to life.

MC Escher: Seeing the Unseen

MC Escher: Seeing the Unseen

With such rich, graphic materials to work from, it was a true pleasure working on the MC Escher retrospective exhibit for the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, MA. We created a visual theme based on Escher’s style that provided a bold, stylized backdrop to the wonderful work on display.

Sulgrave Manor Visitor’s Center

Sulgrave Manor Visitor’s Center

For George Washington’s ancestral Tudor house in Oxfordshire, England, we designed an exhibit that combines archival photos, illustrations and actual materials to present the history of the first president of the United States.

Contact Information


Office: 4132740010
Cell: 4132128071


About the Artist

Richard and Abby Tovell formed T Square Design in 2008 in London in order to bring our extensive experience in design agencies to smaller businesses looking to improve their communications and marketing.

Now based in the idyllic Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts, we work closely with clients to ensure their materials communicate effectively and beautifully.

Richard Tovell. Founder, Designer
A native Brit, Richard Tovell has designed projects for renowned museums and his work on the permanent visitor center at Rievaulx Abbey garnered him an Interpret Britain Award. His exhibit designs for the Berkshire Museum and the Mount garnered him American Graphic Design awards from GD USA.

Abby Tovell. Co-founder, Designer
Abby has been designing web sites since the earliest days of the internet, after garnering her Masters in Graphic Design from Pratt Institute, and a stint in television graphics for PBS. She has had work featured in industry publications, and taught Advanced Visual Design for the graduate Interactive Media program at Quinnipiac University.

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