Frank Chimero is a New York-based designer. In 2010, Chimero received the Art Directors Club Young Guns award. That same year, he was selected by Print Magazine for its annual New Visual Artists issue, highlighting twenty designers under the age of thirty.
As a teacher, he has worked with undergraduates at Portland State and Missouri State University teaching typography, design systems, information design, and thesis courses. He has also taught graduate students at SVA’s Masters of Interaction Design department.
Chimero lives in Brooklyn, and enjoys pizza, music, books, and dogs. Simple stuff.
Kate makes piles of work about consumerism and she happily thinks and draws for other good people and companies.
Along with being an educator and illustrator, she is also a curator, author, speaker and workshop giver. Since 2007, her work has been represented by Jen Bekman in New York City and exhibited around the globe.
Her first book, Obsessive Consumption: What Did You Buy Today? was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2010. She has since collaborated with them to produce two more titles about documentation and consumption in 2012 and 2013.
Her design clients include BIG guys like New York Times, MoMa, Hallmark, IDEO, VH1, Girl Scouts of America and the Gap as well as locally loved institutions like the Museum of Contemporary Craft, Reading Frenzy and Know Your City. She is also actively involved in the organization of Design Week Portland.
Kate is the recipient of the 2013 Portland State College of the Arts Kamelia Massih Outstanding Faculty Prize and a 2013 TEDXPortland Speaker. She is the faculty advisor of the PSU.GD student design group Friends of Graphic Design (FoGD), coordinates the Show & Tell Lecture Series and also coordinates the in house student design studio A+D Projects.
For her, teaching and making go hand in hand. Without one, the other wouldn’t exist.