Amy Fang
Brooklyn, NY
A multimedia designer working in the arts, entertainment, and culture; utilizing experimental books as tools for speculation; and merging new technologies with graphic design. She listens to podcasts on the bus and surf rock in the shower, and blows her money on indie typefaces.

(Select Clients, Collaborators, & Studios)
Currently at*

Casey Reas
Commonwealth Projects
Hans Ulrich Obrist
Hammer Museum
Jesse Stecklow
karlssonwilker inc.*
Manual Creative 
UCLA School of Arts and Architecture
USC Roski School of Fine Arts
Use All Five
Spinelli Kilcollin

(Exhibitions & Talks)

2021 - TypeWknd 2021
Conference Speaker: “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Pushing Illegibility in Typographic Trends”

2021 - Vancouver Art Book Fair

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
Workshop: Art Books for the Browser

2020 - USC AIGA Careers Panel

2019 - Adobe Max
Panelist Speaker: “Next Gen Creators”

(Select Recognition)

2021 - TDC67 Communication Design Competition
Certificate of Typographic Excellence: Calder Nonspace

2021 - Another Graphic
Feature: Type Unseen

2021 - Cargo World (5x)
Graphic Design Selects: Line_Boundary_Trace, Type Unseen, Graphite Issue 12, Calder Nonspace

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

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