Dylan Mulvaney
Dylan Mulvaney

Dylan is a New York-based graphic designer. His expertise lies in translating a brand’s core values, strategy, and voice into striking visual executions.

As the Head of Design at Gretel, he’s the principal designer for major media clients like Vice, Netflix and IFC. Other notable clients include the Museum of Modern Art, Apple, Knoll, Aesop, Vanity Fair, and the New York Times Magazine.

His work has been featured by Wired, Fast Company, Creative Review, Communication Arts, Brand New, as well as in Timothy Samara’s Making and Breaking the Grid (Second Edition, 2017), and Gestalten’s Los Logos 8. It has also been shown at the F5 and Sónar Festivals, Cooper Union’s Image of the Studio exhibition, and the Design Lives Here exhibition at SF Design Week.

Previous awards won
Dylan has been honored by the D&AD, the Art Directors Club, the Type Directors Club, The One Club, and the Fast Company Innovation by Design Awards.

Awards judged before
SCAD CoMotion 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019