Graphic Design: Sarah Boris is the cream of the crop in designing for art institutions

Date
5 June 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

Sarah Boris is of the creative calibre that she ups the game for everybody else around her. An award-winning graphic designer and illustrator, she has been working for some of Britain’s greatest art institutions since 2003, including the Barbican Centre, the Architecture Foundation, Tate and Phaidon Press, as well as being solely responsible for the redesign of the ICA’s identity, which was unveiled in 2009 and can still be spotted on posters and billboards across London. The result? A portfolio of work so strong that it doesn’t seem to need much introduction; graphic posters for the ICA sit alongside exhibition identities and editorial projects spanning some incredibly grand subjects, proving in the simplest terms that Sarah cut her teeth with some of the strongest in the industry. And judging by the rate at which she is producing work, she’s nowhere near ready to slow down yet.

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Sarah Boris: Phaidon

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Sarah Boris: Phaidon

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Sarah Boris: JonJocJosch

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Sarah Boris: JonJocJosch

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Sarah Boris: Art as Therapy

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Sarah Boris: ICA

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Sarah Boris: ICA

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Sarah Boris: ICA

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Sarah Boris: ICA

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Maisie Skidmore

Maisie joined It’s Nice That fresh out of university in the summer of 2013 as an intern before joining full time as an Assistant Editor. Maisie left It’s Nice That in July 2015.

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