Anne Jordan designs book covers and other graphic objects from her studio in Rochester, New York, USA. Her award-winning work explores the intersection of typography and materials. All pieces are made using her unique design process of analog-digital synthesis. Check out this interview with AIGA Eye on Design for a peek into her process.
In 2015, PRINT Magazine named Anne one of the best New Visual Artists: 15 Under 30. Her work is exhibited internationally and featured in many design publications.
Anne's design work is recognized with awards from numerous design organizations, including: PRINT Magazine, AIGA & Design Observer 50 Books 50 Covers, The Society of Typographic Arts, The Type Directors Club, Graphis, Communication Arts, HOW International Design Magazine, Association of University Presses, University & College Designers Association, and others.
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Anne earned her BFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design, and her MFA in Design/Visual Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University, School of the Arts. She has taught graphic design at Maryland Institute College of Art and Virginia Commonwealth University.
A full CV is available upon request.