Nik Hafermaas

Nik Hafermaas is an international award-winning artist, designer, and educational leader. His Los Angeles-based artist platform Ueberall conceives and produces data-driven art installations converging digital media and spatial experiences. His artist team produced the data-driven sculptures eCLOUD for San Jose International Airport and Airfield for Atlanta International Airport and is currently creating landmark art pieces for the San Diego International Airport and for the new North Precinct Police Headquarters in Seattle.

Nik Hafermass
Los Angeles

Alfredo Burga

Alfredo Burga is partner and creative director of Infinito, one of the leading graphic design studios in Lima, Peru.

Alfredo Burga is responsible for developing projects in a variety of areas such as brand identity, environmental, editorial, and package design. Alfredo has won national and international design awards for his work. In 2011, he and his Infinito team won two awards in the Brand New Awards, after winning three Brand New Awards in 2010. In 2012, another of his projects received a Gold Pentaward.

Photograph of Alfredo Burga
Lima, Peru

Claudia Boggio

Claudia Boggio founded Infinito in 2005 and serves as Partner and CEO of the company, which is one of Peru’s leading design companies. She has 18 years of experience in brand identity and package design and has developed projects for national and international companies in a wide range of categories, from cultural institutions to mass-production industries.

Photograph of Claudia Boggio
Lima, Peru

John Bielenberg

In February 2013, John Bielenberg was awarded the AIGA Medal, the design organization’s highest honor. With the award, AIGA recognized him as a “designer, entrepreneur and imaginative advocate for a better world,” specifically citing his “innovative investigations into the practice and understanding of design and leadership in the ‘design for good’ movement.”

Photograph of John Bielenberg
San Francisco, CA

Natasha Jen

Natasha Jen was born in Taipei, Taiwan and studied graphic design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where she received her BFA with Honors in 2002. She has worked at Base Design as a senior designer on fashion and brand identity projects, at 2×4, Inc. as an art director leading large-scale branding, exhibition, environmental and editorial projects, and at Stone Yamashita Partners as creative director. In July 2010, she established her own studio, Njenworks. She joined Pentagram’s New York office as partner in April 2012.

Natasha Jen, Pentagram
New York


photo of advertising program for Toronto Transit System

Signalex (Mississauga, Ont.) engineered and fabricated the aluminum extrusion systems for station advertising units as part of a 12-year transit advertising program for the Toronto Transit System. The systems were engineered by Active Designers/Al Sandid with design intent by Kramer Design Associates. Pattison Outdoor LP will provide transit advertising that will reach 1.5 million commuters daily. Signalex created extrusion systems that are less than 2-in. deep and lit by CSA-approved LED panels fabricated in house.


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