Selected projects

︎︎︎ Quasi
︎︎︎ Do you have a platypus?
︎︎︎ Thumbs up to the thugs
︎︎︎ Polski Projekt
︎︎︎ Redact, Rewrite, Reframe
︎︎︎ Mujeres Hispanas y Tipografía
︎︎︎ Captcha this
︎︎︎ Baby ink twice
︎︎︎ Mike/Sierra/Tango
︎︎︎ Plan B: Spirit of the Bauhaus
︎︎︎ Idiot (grad thesis)
︎︎︎ Nice (fellowship)

Graphic designer from Greece, based in Los Angeles, specializing in spatial and publication design with a focus on typography. Currently the exhibition designer and curator at Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography (HMCT), and faculty at ArtCenter College of Design.

Typographics 2023
Letrastica 2022
Command Z Podcast
ArtCenter, Lecture series (spring 22)
Book Club of California

PPN Book Show 2023: Best in Show: Mujeres Hispanas y Tipografía
IDA Design Awards 2022: Baby Ink Twice
Commarts 2020: Mike/Sierra/Tango
TDC Communication Design 2020: Plan B
TDC Communication Design 2020: Idiot
GDUSA Graphic Design 2019: Plan B
HMCT Typography Fellowship 2018

San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The Daily Heller (10/13/23)
The Daily Heller (09/29/23)
The Daily Heller (01/18/23)
Shoutout LA
Voyage LA
Eye on Design
Justified: HMCT Profile


Graphic design, Exhibition design, Research

Nice (fellowship)
Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography, 2018

Nice is the result of the typography residency program offered annually by HMCT. As that year’s appointed Typography Fellow, I worked closely with Typographer-in-Residence, Lucienne Roberts, on the research, development, and curation of the exhibition and design of the catalog.

Slogans in nice typefaces won’t save the human races. This provocation served as the starting point for Nice. The poster appeared in UK city streets in late 2017 via Flyingleaps. It was created by British artist and graphic designer Oddly Head. The bold graphic slogan was a response to what he calls ‘an epoch of demagoguery and debacle’ and was popular across social media.

Relevant to the UK and USA, if not the whole world, the message of this poster is apocalyptic—the human race needs to be rescued. Furthermore, it warns of the dangers when meaning and aesthetics become disassociated and designers design primarily for themselves.

The exhibition was the outcome of deconstructing the poster and identifying the power of slogans, the definition of a “nice typeface,” the influence of texts in relationship to typography, and the threats from which the human race needs to be saved. In essence, Nice is an exploration of the ways that slogans (or texts) in nice typefaces might save the human races after all.

Press: Print Magazine / Creative Review / Eye on Design

Project origination, curation, and art direction: Lucienne Roberts
Research and design assistance: Lavinia Lascaris
Additional research: Lorna Fray
Additional image research: Anabel Navarro
Additional design support: David Shaw, John McGill
Technical support: Joshue Molina, Jorge Ruano, Lulubi García, Roberto Rodriguez, Jimena Gamio
Photography: ©Joshua White, Lavinia Lascaris, David Shaw

Below are photographs from our studio space at HMCT that display thoughts, ideas, inspiration, and conceptual development. It also includes some documentation from the production process of the exhibition.