Elena Etter’s typographic projects explore the materiality of language

By Ruby Boddington

“My formal studies of graphic design span over five years and took place at four different institutions,” says Colombia-born designer Elena Etter. After realising early on in high school that she wanted to study graphic design, she enrolled on a pre-college course at Rhode Island School of Design. Following which, she went on to Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, where she’s from; Glasgow School of Art which was “extremely rewarding but also a shock as the ways of teaching there are completely different to what I was used to in Colombia.” She finally landed at Central Saint Martins in London, from which she graduated last July.

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