100 Archive's New Contributors

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27th February 2020
by 100 Archive Team

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The intention of the 100 Archive is not just to present contemporary design, but to discuss and contextualise it. We want the site to be a place to consider design from a range of perspectives and for people to begin to better understand design and its potential through our work. In order to do so we have brought together a team of contributing writers and editors, tasked with exploring design, within and beyond the discipline, and within and beyond Irish shores, through interviews, case studies, features and more. Their work has begun appearing on the site in the past couple of months, with much more fantastic content planned for the rest of the year. Without further ado, here’s our amazing team!

 

Anusia Grennell
A graduate of IADT, Anusia works across design, research and strategy. She has recently made the move stateside and is living in Seattle. Previously she has worked for Image Now, Slater, Boyle Design Group and Zero-G. She leads on commissioning and editing articles for the 100 Archive.

Lara Hanlon
Lara Hanlon is a Senior Designer at IBM. Based in NYC, she and her team support the next generation design of IBM's web-based experiences through IBM's design system and language. Lara is a member of the 100 Archive steering committee and, with Anusia, leads on commissioning and editing articles for the 100 Archive.

Rosanne Lancaster
Rosanne is a Wexford-based graphic designer and another graduate of IADT. With a keen interest in design history and theory, this is her second year leading on the 100 Archive’s ‘In With The New’ article series. She currently divides her time between freelancing and working in a small print studio.

Kate Brangan
Kate Brangan is Graphic Design Programme Leader at NCAD and is a founding partner of Or Studio, a design and risograph print studio based in Dublin. A graduate of IADT, she undertook a Masters in Communication Design at Central Saint Martins in London. She also serves on the 100 Archive’s 2018-2020 Professional Panel.

Brian Byrne
Brian Byrne is based in rural Wexford and works under the moniker Lands. His work encompasses identity design and brand strategy. He is a member of Fuse:d, a design and business network in the south east, and a frequent collaborator with the 100 Archive.

Keelin Coyle
Keelin is a design mentor and graphic designer currently freelancing, from (mainly) Lisbon. Her focus is on sustainability within branding, working alongside clients towards strategic goals. She has also contributed to the 100 Archive’s Map Irish Design project.

David Joyce
David Joyce is a Dublin-based graphic designer, educator, director of Language and founder of the Outside Press. His work encompasses several activities including art and design practice, teaching, exhibiting, curating and publishing which overlap to form a multidisciplinary creative practice.

Clare Lynch
Clare is a freelance designer who works directly with her own clients as well as with some of the country's top studios. Over the last ten years, she has been working mainly within the arts and publishing and for a number of high profile organisations in the public and private sectors.

Rosanna McGuirk
Rosanna McGuirk is a multidisciplinary designer specialising in the areas of visual identity, brand strategy, print design, typography and art direction. She graduated from IADT and currently works at The Dock, Accenture’s flagship R&D and innovation centre.

Niall O’Shea
Niall is the Digital Director at Zero-G, working across user experience and design to deliver projects that balance brand strategy with a user-centred approach. Niall has a Masters from the University of the Arts London, he has acted as a Design Mentor for ICAD and an assessor for the ISTD student scheme.

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