Designer of the Week: Lisa Lok

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PRINT’s latest Designer of the Week, NYC–based Lisa Lok, is a freelance designer whose clients have included Rolling Stone, Random House and Vogue.com.

PRINT's latest Designer of the Week Lisa LokName: Lisa Lok

Name of Studio: Working in my (one-woman) studio and freelancing at Rolling Stone

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Website: www.lisalok.com // @lisalokx

Design school attended: SVA (School of Visual Arts)

How would you describe your work?

Contemporary visuals stripped down to the core. Keeping a minimal appeal with a splash of color in everything that I create.

Where do you find inspiration?

The 80s, exploring, taking a break from technology, and the little things—whether it be from a conversation that’s long overdue, a song lyric or new food.

Who are some of your favorite designers or artists?

Sagmeister & Walsh, RoAndCo, Saul Bass, Tess Guinery, David Carson, Dan Cassaro, Tuesday Bassen and loads more.

Do you have a favorite among all the projects you’ve worked on?

My favorite projects are the ones where clients let me have free range on the creative and trust in my vision. I always enjoy personal projects as well to experiment and try out new things.

PRINT's latest Designer of the Week Lisa Lok

A personal project of Lok’s

Is there a project that stands out to you as having been the biggest challenge of your career so far?

Each project has a challenge to overcome in the beginning, a few might take longer than others to sort out.

What do you hope to accomplish in the future?

To keep evolving as a designer and hopefully inspire others. (And hire a few corgis)

What’s your best advice for designers today?

Get a little uncomfortable with things and dive into the unknown. [You’ll] be surprised with what you’ll achieve. It’s OK to say no to projects. Find your voice in whatever medium it may be.

PRINT's latest Designer of the Week Lisa Lok

Work by Designer of the Week Lisa Lok

 


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