Boris Meister is an independent graphic designer working in London and Geneva. He’s engaged in design and art direction projects for clients principally in the field of arts. Recent and on-going collaborations include the identity for the exhibition Transformer at 180 The Strand (with Jamie Reid), the redesign of Another Magazine (London, with Atelier 32/Marc Ascoli), the Walker Arts Center (Minneapolis), HEAD / Haute école d’art et de design (Geneva) and art direction and design for the Victoria & Albert Museum and Architectural Association (London) where he was Head of Design from 2018 to 2020.
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Victoria & Albert Museum (London), The Store x The Vinyl Factory (London), Another Magazine (London), Architectural Association (London), Walker Arts Center (Minneapolis), Centre d’art contemporain (Geneva), HEAD / Haute école d’art et de design (Geneva), FMAC / Fonds municipal d’art contemporain (Geneva), The Bartlett School of Architecture (London), BIG / Biennale des espaces d’art indépendants Genève, nai010 Publishers (Rotterdam), Motel Campo (Geneva), Turbo Recordings (Montreal), Cheptel Records (Geneva), Everybody’s Perfect / Geneva International Queer Film Festival
AWARDS & EXHIBITIONS
2020, Lunchtime Lecture, Kingston University of Arts, London2019, Media Studies, AA School of Architecture, London2018, The Fashion Awards, New Wave Creative, British Fashion Council. 28th International Biennial of Graphic Design, Brno. Bourses Berthoud-Lissignol-Chevalier, Centre d’art contemporain, Geneva.2017, Graphic Design Festival, Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture2016, ECAL Graphic Design, Vitra Museum2015, Bourses Berthoud-Lissignol-Chevalier, Centre d’art contemporain, Geneva. Soirée Graphique 8, Bern2014, 26th International Biennial of Graphic Design, Brno. Livre Imaginé – Dans cinquante ans d’ici, Les Territoires, Montréal2013, Mildred S. Friedman Design Fellowship, Walker Art Center. The Most Beautiful Dutch Books (with Joost Grootens). The Piracy Project, The Showroom, London. Vanishing Point, Bitforms Gallery, New York City