Jasmine Sarp is a designer, editor, artist and arts organizer.
Since graduating from MICA in 2010 with a BFA in Graphic Design and a concentration in Book Arts, Jasmine has been heavily involved in Baltimore’s art scene. She has been a member of Open Space Baltimore since 2010, playing a pivotal role in the annual Publications & Multiples Fair (PMF). In 2012 she co-founded the journal Acres, a self-published platform for art and cultural dialogue. She has contributed her design and management skills to various other projects around the city.
Design and Publishing are longtime passions of Jasmine’s; she is always striving to gain new skills and push projects further. She has extensive experience with identity development, publication design, web/email design and coding, editing, writing, and printmaking. Selected clients include the New York Times, ONE.org, University of Maryland, the ACLU, and more. She has lectured at MoMA PS1 for the NYABF (2012) and at Rice University (2012). She is now a designer for the full-service creative agency, Drexler, in Baltimore, MD.
Jasmine takes on select design projects on a case by case basis.
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