Designers can never have too many hours in the day or stamps in their passport.
Shayna Kulik assembles design and strategy puzzles. Raised in Providence, Rhode Island and cutting her teeth in art programming at the Brady Art Gallery and Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C, Kulik began her career in New York as a shoe designer. Launching her own studio in 2005, Kulik combines a history in product development and licensing with a curiosity and passion for digital communication and social media.
Today, Kulik provides creative brand development, custom pattern design and trend forecasting for some of the world’s most forward-thinking brands including Apple, Estee Lauder, Fisher Price, Khiels, Perrier and Steven Alan. She has also collaborated with leading digital agencies including IDEO, MRY, R/GA and 360i.
Kulik serves on the board of The Color Association of America and has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Elle Decor, Anthology Mag and Design*Sponge. Peak inside the studio’s research through Pattern Pulp, a design forum that spotlights the best and brightest in international print and pattern design.