Fernanda Cohen

fernanda cohen

Fernanda Cohen grew up in Buenos Aires, and moved to New York City in 2000 to study illustration at the School of Visual Arts.

Cohen has illustrated the cover of The New York Times Magazine, and her work has been featured by The New Yorker, Target, Travel and Leisure, Continental Airlines, SONY, MTV, The Guardian, Telegraph, Cosmopolitan, Paper, W Hotels and Harvard Business Review, among others.

Her work has received over fifty awards worldwide, including Gold and Silver medals from the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, a Silver medal from the Society of Illustrators of New York, first prize by Creative Futures (U.K.) Communication Arts, HOW, Graphis, American Illustration, Lürzer’s Archive (Austria), Applied Arts (Canada), and Curvy (Australia).

Other projects include Cohen’s own line of porcelain, Reina Renée, in Argentina; her collection of post-it notes, Les Filles, in France; a children’s book for the U.S. publishing house, Scholastic; Christmas window illustration in Buenos Aires and Manhattan, and her independent line of handbags, Lilah Bags.

fernanda cohen
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