Clarisa Chervin (1990 — Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a graphic designer graduated from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. Her work is focused on editorial, branding and web projects, mainly related to the artistic and cultural field.
She has worked for several years at Juan Lo Bianco’s studio specially dedicated to artistic projects, editorials and graphic design for cultural institutions. She has also worked on the design and production of exhibitions, lectures and workshops of international designers and studios such as: Spin Studio, Michel Bouvet, Michal Batory, Ruedi and Vera Baur, among others.
Since 2015 she has been working at the Universidad de San Martín for different kind of projects, and in 2018 she has joined the Visual Identity Department for the branding redesign and the wayfinding development of the University.
At the same time, she has attended various workshops and photographic courses such as CDI (with Iris Kaufman and Manuela Uribe), Juan Travnik, Alberto Goldenstein, among others. Together with María Neyra, she runs Espuma Editora, an independent publishing house focused on the design and editing of photobooks.