Jennifer Morla

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Jennifer Morla
Born 1955
New York, NY
Awards Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum National Design Award[1] (2017)
AIGA Medal [2](2010)
Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) (1998)
Website www.morladesign.com

Jennifer Morla is the President and Creative Director of Morla Design, San Francisco, California.

Biography[edit]

Morla received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design in 1978 from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, Massachusetts.[citation needed]

She has been awarded the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum National Design Award[3] and the AIGA Medal.[4]

She founded Morla Design in 1984. Clients include The New York Times, Levi Strauss & Co., Apple Computer, Herman Miller, Stanford University, and Luna Textiles[citation needed] She has worked extensively with conceptual art venues designing identities, books and posters for The Mexican Museum, SculptureCenter, Capp Street Project, and New Langton Arts.[citation needed]

Since 1992 she has taught as an adjunct professor at California College of the Arts.[5]

Awards[edit]

Exhibitions & Collections[edit]

Permanent Collections[edit]

  • MOMA[8]
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art[9]
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum[10]
  • Denver Art Museum
  • Library of Congress[11]

Solo Exhibitions[edit]

  • 2012 The Workshop Residence, San Francisco, CA The Workshop Residence: Jennifer Morla Artist in Residence
  • 2010 California College of the Arts, CCA, San Francisco, CA Jennifer Morla: AIGA Medalist
  • 1999 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA Jennifer Morla, Selections from the Permanent Collection
  • 1999 K Kimpton Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA Jennifer Morla, Encaustic Works on Canvas
  • 1996 Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA Morla: Bay Area Portfolio
  • 1994 DDD Design Gallery, Osaka, Japan Jennifer Morla

Group Exhibitions[edit]

Works in Publication[edit]

  • The Designer’s Dictionary of Color, Sean Adams[12]
  • Meggs' History of Graphic Design (5th Edition), Alston Purvis[13]
  • The Poster: 1000 Posters from Toulouse-Lautrec to Sagmeister, Cees W. de Jong[14]
  • Launching the Imagination, Mary Stewart[15]
  • Glimmer: How Design Can Change Your Life, Warren Berger[16]
  • i-D 2008
  • Women of Design: Influence and Inspiration, Armin Vit & Bryony Gomez[17]
  • Teaching Graphic Design, Steven Heller[18]
  • Graphic Design America 3, Jenny Sullivan[19]
  • The New York Times Magazine
  • Graphis Magazine[20]
  • Graphis Poster, Jennifer Morla forward and introduction[21]
  • Communication Arts Magazine[22]
  • Women in Graphic Design, Gerda Breuer, Julia Meer[23]
  • HOW 15 Masters of Design: Jennifer Morla
  • IDEA Magazine (Japan)
  • Linea Graphica (Italy)
  • A Diseño (Mexico)
  • Novum (Germany)

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