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Natasha Jen was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1976. She studied graphic design at the
School of Visual Arts where she received her BFA with Honors in 2002. Prior to
establishing her own studio Njenworks in 2010, Jen worked at Base Design, 2x4, and
Stone Yamashita Partners as senior designer and art/creative director. … Read More
Natasha Jen was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1976. She studied graphic design at the
School of Visual Arts where she received her BFA with Honors in 2002. Prior to
establishing her own studio Njenworks in 2010, Jen worked at Base Design, 2x4, and
Stone Yamashita Partners as senior designer and art/creative director. She joined
Pentagram as partner in 2012.

Jen's work is not bound by the constraints of various media, but developed through
contextual exploration. She draws on references from a diverse range of cultural,
historical, aesthetic, and technological sources, creating a unique and precise body of
work encompassing brand identities, environmental design, multi-scale exhibitions,
signage systems, print, motion and interactive graphics.

Her Clients have included Ralph Lauren, Kate Spade, Chanel, Nike, Harvard Art
Museums, MIT Architecture, Storefront for Art & Architecture, Guggenheim
Museum / Foundation, Bjarke Ingels Group, OMA, REX, TsAo & Mckown Architects, Wexner Center for the Arts, Target, Puma, Kiki de Monparnasse, SoHo/Tribeca Grand Hotels, AIGA, Vitra, NYU Kids at Langone, Tess Giberson, AIA New Practices Committee, Slought Foundation, Nuit Blanche New York.

She has earned a variety of awards and appeared in a number of publications,
including Print Magazine, Creative Review, Metropolis, Flaunt Magazine, China Art
and Design, Soda Magazine, Rosebud. She was one of the winners of Art Directors
Club Young Guns 4 which she also served as a judge in 2007 and 2011.

She has been a guest critic at Yale University School of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, and Maryland Institute College of Art. She is currently the faculty at the School of Visual Arts.

She was featured in Dwell Magazine’s “Women of Influence” for the August 2012 issue, as well as Graphic Design USA’s “People to Watch” list in 2013. She has also been selected as the graphic designer for the American Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale. Read Less
  • Art Director
    2x4, Inc — NY, USA
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Member Since: Sep 23, 2010