Kellie Konapelsky
kelkona@gmail.com

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Graphic Design & Art Direction
Based in New York


      PROJECTS 
Precog Magazine (Branding, Magazine Design, and Web Design)
Steps Film
(Branding, Poster, and Web Design)
Loren Stewart Jewelry (Resort, Spring/Summer, PreFall 2018 Lookbooks)
American Modernism (Publication, Philadelphia Museum of Art) with Heavy Meta
Terry Adkins: Recital (Publication, Tang Museum) with Heavy Meta
Charles Percier: Architecture and Design in an Age of Revolutions (Publication, Bard College) with Heavy Meta
Nicholas Krushenick: Electric Soup (Publication, Tang Museum) with Heavy Meta
Impressionist and Modern Art: The A. Jerrold Perenchio Collection (Publication, LACMA) with Heavy Meta
Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium (Exhibition Design, Carnegie Museum of Art) with Heavy Meta
Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium (Publication, CMOA, Chicago Art Institute, Whitney Museum of Art) with Heavy Meta
Emanations: The Art of the Cameraless Photograph (Publication, Prestel Publishing) with Heavy Meta
Richard Diebenkorn: The Sketchbooks Revealed (Publication, Cantor Arts Center) with Heavy Meta
World Cities Summit Mayor’s Forum (Exhibition Design, NYC&Company) with Manuel Miranda
Everything is Connected (Publication, Tang Museum) with Heavy Meta
Camera Work (Sheila Johnson Design Center at The New School) with Manuel Miranada
Mark Di Suvero (Publication, Prestel Publishing) with Heavy Meta
Afflict the Comfortable (Publication, Tang Museum) with Heavy Meta
The Promised Land: The Art of Jacob Lawrence (Publication, Carnegie Museum of Art) with Heavy Meta

      TEACHING
Advanced Typography (Parsons The New School, Spring 2019)
Core Studio Typography (Parsons The New School, Fall 2017, 2018)
Core Lab Typography (Parsons The New School, Fall 2016)
Future of the Poster (Parsons The New School, Spring 2017, 2018)

      EDUCATION
MFA Graphic Design, Yale University, 2014
BFA Design and Media Art, UCLA, 2006

      EMPLOYMENT
Precog Magazine (2017—Present)
Heavy Meta (2015—2017)
Manuel Miranda Practice (2015)
Rethink LA (2011—2013)