About
Sarah Boris is an artist and designer based in London. With recent public art commissions which saw her create heart shaped benches which you can see here to her pop vibrant artworks which you can see here, she is keen to create more artworks in the public space and is open to commissions and artist residencies.

After working for over ten years for world renown arts and publishing institutions such as Phaidon, ICA, the Barbican, she set up her art and design studio in 2015, with a focus on public art commissions and creating new artworks in the form of screenprinted editions, sculpture, paintings, letterpress, books and more. Alongside this she has also been creating visual identities, editorial design and exhibition graphics. Notable projects include her Fragile UK flag artworks, her self published book 'Global Warming Anyone?' as well as the redesign of the Institute of Contemporary Arts' (London) identity and the bestselling monograph 'JR: Can Art Change the World?' published by Phaidon.

She is a regular speaker at festivals and in universities and was a guest lecturer at LCC, University of the Arts London, London Metropolitan University and University Hertfordshire.
She was judge president for D&AD Professional Awards and has regularly been invited to judge D&AD New Blood. She was also on the jury for Design Week Awards.

She also published several books such as 'Le Théâtre Graphique' (currently out of print) her first wordless artist book now part of several museum collections. Her work was acquired by the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; FRAC Normandie-Rouen; and was exhibited at the Design Museum in London and at Une Saison Graphique, Le Havre, France.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or if you would like to book a talk, interview or discuss a project:
sarah.boris@gmail.com

Sarah is also available for workshops. Her latest workshop titled Alphadots is open for bookings
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