Amy Fang
Amy Fang is a Brooklyn-based designer, currently teaching at MassArt and working as the senior designer at T: the New York Times Style Magazine. She often collaborates with clients on editorial design and branding within fine arts, music, and fashion.


California Institute of the Arts (LA)
Calvin Klein (NY)
Hans Ulrich Obrist / 89plus (LDN)
Hammer Museum (LA)
Hermès (PAR)
karlssonwilker inc. (NY)
Lauren Lee McCarthy (LA)
Manual Creative (SF)
UCLA Conditional Studio (LA)
UCLA School of Arts and Architecture (LA)
USC Roski School of Fine Arts (LA)
Use All Five (LA)
Swiss Institute (NY)
The New York Times (NY)


Massachusetts College of Art and Design (BFA), 2023
Course - Spring 2023 Poster Design studio, co-teaching with Prin Limphongpand

MICA (MFA), 2022
Workshop - “1:1:1”, co-taught with Prin Limphongpand

Parsons New School (BFA), 2022
Guest Lecture - Spring 2022 Communication Design studio: Multiple Editions

Boston University (BFA), 2022
Guest Critique - 2022 BFA Senior Thesis Studio

Massachusetts College of Art & Design (BFA), 2021
Guest Critique - Fall 2021 Poster Design studio

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

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

UCLA Design | Media Arts (Summer Sessions)
Course - Video studio, TA for Graham Akins


Society of Typographic Arts, 2022
STA 100 - CalArts re:connections

Another Graphic, 2022
Online Feature - Astray

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

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

Another Graphic, 2021
Online Feature - Type Unseen

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

Communication Arts Typography, 2021
Shortlisted - Calder Nonspace

C2Award, 2020
Book Design Winner - Persimmons

Adobe Design Achievement Award, 2019
Top Talent Winner - Persimmons

Anderson Ranch Scholarship, 2019
Awarded by UCLA Design Media Arts professor Casey Reas