Amy Fang
NY / LA
Senior designer at the New York Times Style Magazine + independent director collaborating with writers and artists on publications, exhibition identities, web archives, etc. She has also served as guest lecturer and critic at Parsons New School, MICA GDMFA, and Boston University. Currently listening to Japanese Breakfast (Psychopomp) on repeat.


CLIENTS / COLLABORATORS / EXPERIENCE

BUCK
California Institute of the Arts
Calvin Klein
Commonwealth Projects
FISK
Hans Ulrich Obrist / 89plus
Hammer Museum
karlssonwilker inc.
Manual Creative
UCLA School of Arts and Architecture
USC Roski School of Fine Arts
Swiss Institute
The New York Times


RECENT LECTURES / WORKSHOPS

MICA GDMFA, 2022
Visiting Lecture & Design Workshop - “1:1:1”

Parsons New School, 2022
Guest Lecture + Critic - Spring 2022 Communication Design studio: Multiple Editions

Boston University, 2022
Guest Critic - 2022 BFA Senior Thesis Studio

Massachusetts College of Art & Design, 2021
Visiting Critic - Fall 2021 Poster Design studio  

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

Vancouver Art Book Fair, 2020
Online Workshop - Art Books for the Browser

USC AIGA Careers Panel, 2020

Adobe Max, 2019
Panel Session - “Next Gen Creators”

RECOGNITION / PRESS

Cargo World (5x), 2021
Graphic Design Feature - Type Unseen, Calder Nonspace, GRAPHITE Issue 12, Line_Boundary_Trace

New York TDC67, 2021
Certificate of Typographic Excellence - Calder Nonspace

Another Graphic, 2021
Online Feature - Type Unseen

Print Magazine, 2021
Article - “Designer Amy Fang Explores Topographical
and Typographical Boundaries”

Voyage LA, 2021
Article - “Meet Amy Fang”

Communication Arts Typography, 2021
Shortlisted - Calder Nonspace

Fonts In Use (2x), 2020
Online Feature - Type Unseen, Calder Nonspace

C2Award, 2020
Book Design Winner - Persimmons

Adobe Design Achievement Award, 2019
Top Talent Winner - Persimmons

Anderson Ranch Scholarship, 2019