Celina Carvalho is a designer with 15 years of experience in printed graphic design.
      Since 2007 she has been working for a variety of clients and licensors, including Rizzoli International, Record publishing company, Rocco publishing company, Vogue, Sanrio, HBO, Fox, CBS, Playstation, DC Comics, and Smithsonian Museum.
      Celina was a designer and later associate art director, at Abrams Books for Young Readers, Abrams Image, and Amulet Books, in New York, from 2003 to 2007. Prior to that, she worked as a designer and art editor for four years at Editora Abril (the largest publishing company in Latin America), where among other things, she developed design projects for new magazines.
      Celina holds an MFA in Design from the School of Visual Arts, in New York, where she studied under great professionals like Steven Heller, Paula Scher and Stefan Sagmeister, and a BA in Visual Communication, from PUC University, in Rio de Janeiro.
      Her work has been recognized and awarded:
      • Typography Sketchbooks (2011);
      • GRAPHIC: Inside the Sketchbooks of the World’s Great
      Graphic Designers
(2010);
      • 2008 Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for
      Children (M.L.K.: Journey of a King, 1st place);
      • 21th Annual: New York Book Show 2007 (Andy Warhol: Pop
      Art Painter, 3rd place. Category: Children’s Trade–Hardcover
      Picture Books);
      • 20th Annual: New York Book Show 2006 (The Three Incestuous
      Sisters, 1st place. Category: Special Trade–Gift);
      • The Premier Print Awards 2005;
      • Graphis: New Talent Design Annual 2003.