Greetings + Salutations

Hello there. My name is Jeanelle Mak.

I’m a designer, illustrator, and maker of things. I am passionate about crafting thoughtful and meaningful experiences that extend through each impression and interaction. 

I have experience in creating interactive digital products and campaigns with clients leading in education and edutainment, technology and innovation, beauty and fashion, food and consumer goods, entertainment and media, community developments and cultural institutions.

I am currently designing for children of all ages and making toys for tomorrow at Tinybop.
Previously at 
Big Spaceship and Isobar.

I am an avid fan of sunshine, naps, animals, traveling and exploring.

Achivements + Accolades

2017 / Wired • School Library Journal • Design Week • Geeks with Juniors • Common Sense Media • Vogue,  Tinybop Creature Garden
2017 / Children’s Technology Review • School Libary Journal • Product Hunt • Swiss-miss.com • Macworld • CreativeReview.co.uk, Tinybop Mammals
2017 / Guggenheim.org, MUSE Award
2017 / Guggenheim.org, Webby Honoree for Cultural Institutions
2015 / Featured on PSFK

2015 / Featured on Little Black Book Online
2011 / Featured in The Language of Graphic Design
2010 / Graphis New Talent Annual, Merit
2010 / Featured on Instructables.com
2009 / Featured on TheDieline.com

2009 / Featured on PrintMag.com
2009 / Featured on swiss-miss.com
2008 / Featured in The Young & The Banging Yearbook
2005 / USA Funds Scholarship
2002 / Featured in The Baltimore Sun

Experience

Nov 2016–Present / Tinybop ‧ Brooklyn, New York
2016 / Isobar ‧ New York, New York
2012–2016 / Big Spaceship ‧ Brooklyn, New York
2007–2012 / Various Freelance ‧ On-site & Remote
2008–2011 / Pixels+Points ‧ Baltimore, Maryland

2005–2009 / School of Visual Arts ‧ New York, New York

Exhibitions + Workshops

2014 / Draft + Draw Workshop ‧ Big Spaceship, Brooklyn, New York
2011 / Art Love Japan ‧ In Rivers Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2006–2009 / Celebrate Art ‧ Union City, New Jersey
2008 / These Are Nice ‧ Visual Arts Gallery, New York
2007 / Chumchurum Soju ‧ Chaum Street Gallery, Seoul, Korea

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