02 Mar Member Spotlight: Women in Graphic Arts
Posted at 00:06h in Creativity, Design, Illustration, Member Spotlight, News
For #WomensHistoryMonth, we decided to interview a few of our women Graphic Artists Guild members about their life and work.
We asked each to share some samples of their favorite work and answer these three questions:
- What is one thing you learned in school or via an alternative learning source that has made you a better professional? What was the name of the school/instructor/resource?
- As a woman in graphic arts, how do think the female perspective has impacted the evolution of the industry?
- Name a female graphic artist, living or deceased, that made an impact on your aesthetic or work style. How does that impact present itself in your work?
Check out their answers by clicking onto their profiles below.
Women in Graphic Arts: Belinda Ivey
Belinda Ivey, with her husband Karsten, runs KarBel Multimedia, creating award-winning graphic design, infographics, motion graphics and interactives.
Women in Graphic Arts: Claudia Bambi
British Columbia based artist Claudia Bambi is as familiar with traditional methods as she is with the digital world.
Women in Graphic Arts: Crisy Meschieri
Crisy Meschieri supports clients with designs that reflect their personality and mission, and creates designs that make folks smile.
Women in Graphic Arts: Karri Reiser
Designer Karri Reiser loves helping businesses deliver their unique message to their ideal clients.
Women in Graphic Arts: Nancy Ruzow
Nancy Ruzow turns creative needs into well-designed materials that help clients connect the dots between their brands and their customers.
Women in Graphic Arts: Paulina Suarez-Vazquez
Mexico-based illustrator Paulina Suarez-Vazquez’ work has been published in Mexico, France and United States.
Women in Graphic Arts: Sarah Nettuno
Sarah Nettuno specializes in children's illustration, editorial illustration, product and package design, food and drink illustration, and more.
Women in Graphic Arts: Sue Sarah Gilbert
Sue Sarah Gilbert creates “Playful Art with Heart”: large prints and ancillary merchandise that inspires people to create a positive ripple in the world.
Women in Graphic Arts: Thalita Molina
Thalita has over 14 years of experience in the design industry, having developed her skills in South America and North America.