Sarah Boris is a designer and creative director based in London. Since 2005 she has worked for organisations such as Phaidon, The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), The Photographers' Gallery, Barbican Centre, Gasworks, Tate, The Royal Philharmonic Society, and The Architecture Foundation amongst others.
Major projects include her redesign of the ICA’s identity (unveiled in 2009 and still in use today), JR's monograph recently published by Phaidon, 'Le Théâtre Graphique' self-published for her exhibition at the graphic design festival: Une Saison Graphique 2015 in Le Havre, France. Several of the books she has designed have been acquired by major museum collections.
Between 2010 and 2012 she lectured at universities, including London College of Communication (University of the Arts), Leeds Beckets University, and The Cass (Metropolitan University). She has also lectured at design conferences and talks such as Une Saison Graphique, Graphic Design Festival Breda, It's Nice That 'Nicer Tuesdays', Grafik's 'Letterform Live'. Her work has been widely published and exhibited.
Sarah set up her own graphic design practice in March 2015, working on a range of branding, editorial, web design, illustration and screenprinting projects.