Sarah Boris is a an artist and graphic designer based in London. After working for over ten years for organisations such as Phaidon, ICA and the Barbican, she set up her own art and design practice in 2015.
In parallel to commissioned projects for the likes of Tate, The Photographers’ Gallery, Somerset House, Sarah creates screenprinted artworks and self-publishes books for which she makes and curates the content. Notable projects include her redesign of the ICA’s visual identity and the design of the first monograph for world-reknown street artist JR.
She is a regular speaker at design conferences and in universities (Graphic Matters, D&AD, It’s Nice That, Multiplicity). Her work has been acquired by the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and was exhibited at the Design Museum in London and in a solo exhibition at the graphic design festival: Une Saison Graphique, Le Havre, France where previous exhibitors have included icons such as Karel Martens.