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Graphic Designer
and Visual Artist

Agustina Cosulich

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Agustina Cosulich is a graphic designer and visual artist from Argentina. She works at the National University of Mar del Plata Publishing House, in the United Nations and as a freelancer with local and international clients. In addition, she has worked as a professor. She specializes in editorial, identity and poster design, focusing on social and cultural issues.

She has participated with her artwork in more than 40 design festivals and biennials around the world, including the Emirates International Poster Festival (Dubai Design Week), the Italian Poster Biennial, the Hakka International Poster Exhibition (China), the Poster Quadrennial Bardejov (Slovakia), the International Invitational Poster Festival (Turkey), the Athens Video Art Festival (Greece), the International Poster Biennial in Mexico, the Bolivian Poster Biennial and Uruguay Cartel, among others. As a member of the collective poster collection “Voices in Freedom” (organized by the International Poster Biennial in Mexico in 2010), her artwork was exhibited in over 100 cities of 40 countries.

She has participated as a jury member in three international poster design competitions: Posterist International Poster Exhibition (Fatih Sultan Mehmet Universitesi, Turkey, 2022), “Escucha Mi Voz” (Mexico, 2021) and “Coronavirus. Living the new normal” (organized by Manzana 1 Espacio de Arte, Bolivia, 2020). She has also participated as a jury member in four Design competitions in Argentina. She has received international awards and is a member of the BICEBE International Poster Design Council.

Her work was published in the books “Head to Toe: The Nude in Graphic Design” by Mirko Ilic and Steven Heller (USA, 2018), “Social Design. Essays on social design in Argentina” by Maria Laura Nieto and Maria Ledesma (Editorial Prometeo, Argentina), “Voces en Libertad” (Poster Biennial in Mexico, 2010), “Latin American Design: Posters 2007” (Universidad de Palermo, 2007), in the design magazine “DPI Magazine” (Taiwan, 2011), and in several design catalogues.

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