Visiting Assistant Professor
Eline Mul is a queer graphic designer and art director, originally from Amsterdam.
She has over a decade of experience in design, direction and branding for culture, fashion and commerce. Eline’s work includes large scale visual identities, exhibitions and environments, strategic campaigns and activations, editorial design and various digital and printed media.
Eline’s methodology is aimed at developing highly considered, strategic and engaging design solutions, while putting forward a clearly pronounced concept and graphical style. Eline has a rigorous sense of detail for design craft and execution, which is applied across varying scales and executions.
Clients/collaborators include MoMA, Kunsthall Stavanger, 2×4, Prada, Columbia GSAPP, Pentagram, Aritzia, Irene Neuwirth, Mishkin Gallery, Near East Magazine, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Calvin Klein, Situation Studio.
BFA Graphic Design, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam
MFA Graphic Design, California Institute of the Arts