Sasha Taylor



Work

  1. Book Runner

  2. Athlegen

  3. MAUD x MECCA

  4. Kiosken

  5. Luxe Florart

  6. Institute of Modern Art

  7. abC Shanghai

  8. Jeannie Rowbotham
  9. Barbara Kruger

  10. EAPS

  11. Cloud Service

  12. Big Cheese
  13. Bryce & Co



Publications
  1. What are you looking for?
  2. The Royal Tour
  3. Figures of slippage and oscillation
  4. Juvenilia
  5. Coo-ee!
  6. End Street
  7. Pelči Manor


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© 2022 Sasha Taylor

I respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land on which I live and work, and I acknowledge that this land is unceded. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging.


Based in Birraranga (Melbourne), Sasha Taylor is a graphic designer who has collaborated with studios, publishers and organisations such as MAUD, Perimeter Books and the Institute of Modern Art. If asked, she’d describe herself as an all-rounder with a deep appreciation for print and publishing who also understands the power of innovative and insightful digital design.

In 2019, she undertook an internship with Printed Matter, Inc. in New York where she designed digital and print material for non-profit programs, including Batia Suter’s Cloud Service and Printed Matter’s Membership campaign with Barbara Kruger.

Sasha graduated from RMIT University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) and a Bachelor of Media and Communcation (Honours). She received first-class honours for her thesis on post-digital print, which helped foster her multidisciplinary, hands-on approach to design.




Press

2021
What are you looking for? by Luke Le
Nowhere Diary

2020
The Royal Tour by Vincent Namatjira
The Design Files

2020
Figures of slippage and oscillation by Izabela Pluta
Art Almanac

2020
Juvenilia by Peter Milne
Paper Journal, Sydney Morning Herald

2020
Coo-ee! by Claudia Van Eeden
It’s Nice That

2020
Pelči Manor by Sarah Walker
American Suburb X


Education

2017
Bachelor of Media and Communication (Honours)
Honours First Class

2014–2016
Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)
Distinction


Awards

2021
What are you looking for? by Luke Le 
Shortlisted for the Paris Photo—Aperture Foundation 2021 PhotoBook Awards in the First PhotoBook category