Rona Binay
ronabinay@gmail.com

Designer—focusing on visual identity, brand expression, environmental graphics and interactive experiences.




Selected Projects
  1. Office US Atlas
  2. The Diner, Milan Design Week
  3. Prada Pre-Fall'19 Wallpaper
  4. Sotheby’s Digital Signage
  5. ALSO! Identity
  6. the Paris Review 
  7. Prada, Social Media
  8. Unbox Samsung, South Korea 
  9. Synthetic Biology Exhibition 
  10. P&G Life Lab 
  11. Museum of the City of New York
  12. Appendix




Work Experience (2011—)
2x4
Pentagram
Local Projects
Benjamin Critton A.D.
Ana Kraš
Natalie Jeremijenko
Birsel + Seck
Building Istanbul

Visiting Critic (2016—)
Pratt, Senior Thesis
Pratt, Graphic Design Intensive
Parsons, Core Typography
Parsons, Typography Lab
SVA, Information Graphics

Selected Clients
Prada, Sotheby’s, Adidas Originals, Samsung, Google, Apple, Data & Society Research Institute, the Paris Review, Storefront for Art and Architecture, Surface Magazine, Wanted Design

Mark
New York
MUSSEL x CHOIR


Assitant to Natalie Jeremijenko for MUSSELxCHOIR at Postmasters, This is Scultpure Now.

“One mussel can filter as much as 6-9 litres of water/ hour. By instrumenting mussels with hall effect sensors, which indicate the opening and closing of their shells, and by giving them each a voice, converting the data into sound, the artwork uses the behavior of the organisms themselves as a biologically meaningful measure of pollutant exposure in order to produce a public spectacle.
Storm water run-off, local weather, and seasons will have evident effects on the Choir’s performances. The songs will map parameters such as water depth to sound pitch, presence of pollutants to sound timbre, and the rate of the opening and closing of mussel shells to sound tempo, for example. The mussels will become rock stars.”