Lilian Cohen is a Designer and Art Director based in New York City who specializes in identity, branding, packaging, digital, print and illustration projects.
She has worked at Pentagram for Eddie Opara, Abbott Miller, Luke Hayman, Paula Scher and Jim Biber for clients such as: National Academy Museum and School, The Studio Museum in Harlem, The Koch Institute, The Art of Shaving, and The Perot Museum of Nature and Science. After leaving Pentagram Lilian worked at More magazine as Contributing Assistant Art Director for Debra Bishop. From there she went on to work at RePlace Studio, working with clients such as: NewYork-Presbyterian, the Lowline, and the City of Newark. She has maintained her own freelance clientele for: 2x4, the Guggenheim, Longwood Gardens, Minted and Boll & Branch. Lilian is currently a Design Lead at Johnson & Johnson where she works on the Consumer Brand Design team for Neutrogena.
Her work has won awards from the Society of Publication Designers and The Type Directors Club.
Lilian holds a BFA in graphic design from the Academy of Art University. To get in touch, please email her directly at email@example.com