Philip Iosca is an award-winning designer, visual artist and published poet. Currently a designer for EF Education’s Architecture and Design Studio, Iosca focuses on large projects in North America including New York, Boston, Miami, Toronto, Washington DC, and San Diego.
Previously Iosca founded his own art and design studio, Iosca Industries; served as the director of marketing and design for Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA); worked as a cultural engineer for Ace Hotel Portland, initiating their collaboration with Pendleton Woolen Mills; and was a member of Wieden+Kennedy’s experimental advertising agency WK12.
Iosca graduated with honors from Rhode Island School of Design in 2004, with a major in Textiles. Iosca has exhibited in California, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington, and internationally in Holland and Italy. A collection of his poems entitled Ballad of the Sad Young Men was released by Publication Studio in 2011. Iosca’s art version of Jean Cocteau’s The White Paper was published by Container Corps in 2013.
Philip Iosca lives and works in New York City.