ANGELA LORENZO is a graphic designer based in Providence, RI. She holds an MFA in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design and a BA in politics from Bates College. She collaborates with artists, publishers, and cultural organizations and is a co-founder of feeeels magazine.
Issue 2, feeeels—slick was developed and designed with Drew Litowitz, Lauren Traugott-Campbell, and Sarah Mohammadi.
Art, Engagement, Economy: The Working Practice of Caroline Woolard
A monograph and document of the artist’s working practice, this art book proposes “a politics of transparent production in the arts, whereby heated negotiations and mundane budgets are presented alongside documentation of finished gallery installations.” Published by Onomatopee press. Co-produced by Miriam Gallery and Moore College of Art & Design.
An annual publication that broadly explores one tactile quality per issue. Developed and designed with Drew Litowitz, Lauren Traugott-Campbell, and Sarah Mohammadi.
A RISD Graphic Design MFA Thesis Book. Edited by Jen Liese. Advised by Paul Soulellis (Queer.Archive.Work) and Ryan Waller (Other Means). Direction and support from Bethany Johns, James Goggin (Practise), and Hammett Nurosi. Critic: Alicia Cheng (MGMT).