TIANA CRISPINO (Latinx/Puerto Rican) is a graphic designer, illustrator, and collage artist. Her style is inspired by vintage photography, mid-century illustration, and abstract art. Her work has been featured in and by a number of magazines, newspapers, sustainability organizations, and large nonprofits. She is currently working as a visual editor for the online publications Brides and Byrdie. Tiana is also accepting freelance editorial illustration opportunities. Find her on IG: @tianac_designs.
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