Manuel Miranda, Graphic Designer
Manuel Miranda, Graphic Designer.
Mr. Miranda received a B.A. from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, in 1996, and an M.F.A. in graphic design from Yale University in 2005. His studio, MMP, works on design projects for non-profits, cultural organizations, schools, government agencies, and corporations. Previously, Mr. Miranda served as vice president of the New York chapter of AIGA New York, where he created programming for the Museum of Arts and Design and developed place-based design projects funded by Art Place America and the Small Business Services of New York Neighborhood Challenge Grant. In 2015, he led a multi-disciplinary team working in Paterson, New Jersey, that created the winning proposal for Van Alen Institute’s “National Parks Now”, a competition to imagine new audience engagement strategies at urban parks for the National Park Service. In 2016, the Mayor’s Office appointed him to the Public Design Commission for the City of New York. Prior to establishing his own studio, he was a designer at Brand Integration Group at Ogilvy and a design director at 2×4. Mr. Miranda was appointed critic in graphic design in 2011.
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