It’s no surprise that Kate Moross has gained a lot of attention in the design world. The 26-year-old graphic artist and art director already boasts an impressive client list including Nike, Ray Ban, Vogue and The Guardian to name a few. The founder of Studio Moross, her portfolio also boasts art direction and music videos for the likes of Jessie Ware and Simian Mobile Disco.
A self-confessed lover of three-sided shapes, illegible typography, and freeform lettering, this translates into her vibrant, playful designs, innovative art direction and with the studio’s moto being “make music look good”, it is safe to say she’s also applied these interests to a plethora of eye-catching album art.
Kate’s talk at Here 2013, “There Is No Wall”, will look at ways of breaking down the illusion of creative and professional fear, and teach us how to improvise around it.
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