Natasha Jen

My First Portfolio: Natasha Jen

Print‘s new Portfolio Review is a great opportunity for designers to show off their stuff and personally connect with some of the top design firms in the country. All entrants will have their work featured in an online gallery, and six winners will be flown to San Francisco to attend the 2013 HOW Design...

"What's In Your Garbage?"

For the Trash Issue, we asked 18 designers, “What’s in your garbage?” Sam Weber The photo is of my recycling bin, holding some reference photos and crumpled-up drawings. . Natasha Jen, Pentagram One 9-by-12–inch manila envelope; one padded manila envelope from a book-seller; two Starbucks grande-size cups; two crumpled yellow Post-its; one crumpled receipt;...

Introducing the Print Portfolio Review

Update: The Portfolio Review deadline has been extended to Saturday, December 1. Competitions are an important way for designers to gain exposure for their work. But here at Print, we recognize that many designers have competition fatigue. That’s why we’re launching the Portfolio Review. It’s a new opportunity for designers to show off their stuff and...

Exclusive: Pentagram's Newest Partner Is Natasha Jen

Natasha Jen, a young Taiwanese-born graphic designer whose work connects digital media to architecture, has been named Pentagram’s newest partner. She joins the New York office in April as Pentagram’s third new female partner in two months, marking a significant evolution for a firm with an outsize presence in the design world. Working at...