Amy Fang
Los Angeles, CA
A multimedia designer passionate about brand identities defined by arts and culture; utilizing experimental books as tools for speculation; and diversifying the fields of curation and publishing. She spends her free time listening to indie rock, blowing money on design zines, and people watching in coffee shops.

(Select Clients, Collaborators, & Studios)

Casey Reas
Commonwealth Projects
FISK Projects
Hans Ulrich Obrist / 89plus
Hammer Museum / GRAPHITE Journal
Jesse Stecklow
Manual Creative
UCLA Arts Conditional Studio
UCLA School of Arts and Architecture
USC Roski School of Fine Arts
Use All Five / Silk Studio


(Exhibitions & Talks)

(2021) TDC67 Traveling Exhibition
Locations: United States, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Poland, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam

(2020) Vancouver Art Book Fair
Online Workshop: Art Books for the Browser
Online Exhibitor: FLAT Journal

(2020) Printed Matter / Los Angeles Art Book Fair
Online Exhibitor: UCLA Design | Media Arts

(2019) Adobe Max
Panelist Speaker: “Next Gen Creators”

(2019) UCLA Design | Media Arts Undergrad Exhibition: Migration
Location: New Wight Gallery, Los Angeles
(Press & Features)

(2021) Another Graphic
Feature: Type Unseen

(2021) TDC67 Communication Design Competition
Certificate of Typographic Excellence / Winner: Calder Nonspace

(2021) Cargo World (3x)
Graphite Design Selects: Calder Nonspace, GRAPHITE Issue 12, Type Unseen

(2021) Print Magazine
Article: “Designer Amy Fang Explores Topographical and Typographical Boundaries”

(2021) Print Magazine
Article: “Amy Fang Opens Our Eyes to a New Visual Language”

(2021) Graphis New Talent Annual
Publication Feature / Honorable Mention: Persimmons

(2021) Communication Arts Typography Competition
Shortlisted: Calder Nonspace

(2020) C2Award
Winner: Persimmons, Book Design

(2020) Fonts In Use
Feature: Calder Nonspace, Exhibition Identity

(2019) Adobe Design Achievement Award
Top Talent Winner: Persimmons, Graphic Design





AMY FANG — LOS ANGELES