Chris Dina is an award winning graphic designer living and working in New York City.
Since graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design, Chris has worked for
renowned design firms specializing in print, corporate identity and brand environments.
Collaborating with a distinguished list of architects, developers and clients, Chris has
led design efforts on projects for cultural institutions, universities, office towers,
media and entertainment, parks, and hospitality. Notable accomplishments include
branding and sign graphics for Philadelphia’s Comcast Center, Radio City Music Hall,
ESPN’s Nagano Olympic coverage, and Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Chris’s international work includes branding projects for Hoshi Kodomo Otona
(Family) Clinic and building contractor Fuji Kensetsu in Saitama, Japan.
In addition to being recognized by leading design publications, Chris’ work has been
published in Pictograms & Icon Graphics 2, Graphis Logo Design 6, Brand Identity
Essentials and Basic Sign .
He also participated in Intertidal Age - Taiwan’s first international graphic design exhibit
at the Taipei World Design Expo 2011.