Bosco Hernandez

Bosco Hernandez

Bosco Hernández is Design Director at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)

Bosco Hernández was born and raised in Mexico City. He received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence in 2002. In 2013, he received an MFA from the Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem, Netherlands.

His work has been exhibited internationally at PS1 MoMA, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil and The International Poster and Graphic Design Festival at Chaumont.

Connect with Bosco Hernández on LinkedIn.

Bosco Hernández is Design Director at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)
SF MOMA
San Francisco

The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism

Merit Award 2020
The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism

Conceived by a small group of Bay Area architects and designers in the early 1960s, The Sea Ranch development was envisioned as a progressive inclusive community, guided by the idealistic principles of good design, economy of space, and harmony with the natural environment. The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism illuminates these ideals through a wide array of drawings, photographs, models, and an ambitious 1:1 scale reproduction of Unit 9 from the first condominium constructed on the site.

Takes One to Know One—9 Winning Projects and People to Know

Takes One to Know One—9 Winning Projects and People to Know

Read Time: 10.5 minutes

Every year, an impressive and multidisciplinary group of people gather in Washington DC to  preside over a jury process that identifies excellence in design—in 2020, they represent experiential graphic design, architecture, landscape architecture, graphic design, media development and branding—and these nine bring a ton of winning project know-how to the process.

SFMOMA: Identity and Placemaking

Finalist 2018
The New San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: Identity and Placemaking

The building identification provides a visual presence for the museum within the surrounding cityscape. Large-scale exterior signage was added to the two main entrances not just to increase visibility of the entrances, but to provide a visual link between the faces of two architecturally distinctive buildings with entrances on different streets. A warm red logo was installed on the new white façade on Howard Street and a white logo was placed on the existing warm red brick façade on Third Street.

Subscribe to RSS - Bosco Hernandez