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Design Conversations: Isabel Urbina Peña

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aigaphiladelphia
Published
March 13, 2017

Design Conversations

AIGA Philadelphia proudly presents Design Conversations, a podcast series featuring creatives in the field of design. We’ll get the scoop on their work and personal life, as well as the inspiration and experiences that have shaped their career.

About the Host

Bernardo Margulis is a graphic designer, art director, educator, and a member of the AIGA Philadelphia board. He is the principal of This Makes Me Happy, a Philadelphia-based design studio, and the host of This Makes Me Happy, a podcast about people and what makes them happy

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Music by Ryan Evans

About Isabel Urbina Peña

Isabel Urbina is an Art Director and designer, focusing on books, lettering, typeface design, and experimental handwriting, originally from Venezuela and currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. In 2015 she was named a New Visual Artist: 15 under 30, by PRINT Magazine. She is a Type@Cooper and ProDiseño Alumna. Her book cover designs include several best sellers, and her work has been recognized nationally and internationally. She currently works from her studio in Brooklyn, teaches workshops online and in person, speaks about design and typography, creates zines, and runs Yes, Equal.

Isabel Urbina Pena will speak at Tyler School of Art on March 23rd.  Get your tickets for Everyone Else is Already Taken today.

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