Lauren Traugott-Campbell is a graphic designer and artist based in New York City. She enjoys print and exhibition design and has worked with the Museum of Modern Art, Rhode Island School of Design, International Center of Photography, Jacobin Magazine, and Tribune Magazine and currently works for MGMT Design. She is also one quarter of feeeels magazine.

She makes sense of the digital age by re-inserting materiality and labor into the final product. Lately, she's been thinking a lot about flatness, time-space compression, brutal graphic design, play, and squishiness.

She holds an MFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design.

To collaborate, please email squishysystems [@] gmail.com

Grants, Fellowships and Awards

Maharam STEAM Fellow, 2017

RISD Graphic Design Department Award, 2017

RISD Graduate Fellowship, 2015-2018

RISD Graduate Studies Grant, 2016

Phillips Travel Scholarship, 2011

NC Peace Action Art Award, 2011

Selected Press

"This Solar-Powered, 'Low Tech' Website Goes Offline When It's Cloudy," VICE, Oct. 2, 2018

"The future of web design is less, not more," Fast Company, Oct. 9, 2018

"Tribune, relaunched," magCulture, Oct. 23, 2018

Selected Exhibitions

To Whom it May Concern, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI 2017

Graphic Design Triennial Woods Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI

To Whom it May Concern, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI 2017

Vernacular Spectacular, Gelman Gallery of the RISD Museum, Providence RI, 2016

Teaching Experience

Interactive Installation, Co-teacher, RISD 2018

Graduate Visiting Designers, Teaching Assistant, RISD 2017 and 2018

Design Studio III with James Goggin, Teaching Assistant, RISD 2016

Critical Exposure, Washington, D.C. public, charter and after school programs 2012-2013

Curation Experience

To Whom it May Concern, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI 2017

No Filter, Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC 2015

Zoom In, Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC 2015