Rosana Hosseina

Branding Logo Design Illustration UX/UI

Pronouns: She, her, hers

Rosana is a graphic designer and illustrator, originally from Tehran, Iran, but currently living in Portland, OR. With a broad skill set including visual design, brand identity, logo design, illustration, and interactive design, she creates bold and innovative solutions to visual communication. Raised in an ancient tradition of visual design, her father was a master of Persian calligraphy. She went on to work as a Graphic Designer for 12 years in Iran, before immigrating to the US, and resuming her studies.

In her spare time, she likes to make silver jewelry, focusing on calligraphic forms, custom made for individuals. She also likes to paint portraits for fun. She is interested in shapes and colors and how that impacts design. With a bachelor degree in Graphic Design from Shahed Art University in Tehran and a Post-Bachelorette from Portland State University, Rosana is looking to continue to bring her literacy in tradition and cross-cultural communication to the world of visual design.

  • Measure Magazine
    Measure is a magazine of architecture and design in sustainable energy field. They needed a brand name and new design, so we chose "Measure" as their name which follow their purpose based on the content and discipline.

  • ACLO
    Art Councils of lake Oswego, needs to be a key role in its society. They needed to boost excitement about art in the community. So we came up with a new logo mark for them which meets their priorities.

  • The Atomic Age
    The Museum of History & Discovery in Umatilla, Oregon was founded in 1984, they were looking for some ways to tell stories about the past, so we came up with "The Atomic Age" era to show people and kids, the 70s style and design.

  • Pleasure and Pain
    The Museum of Fashion and Film, had an exhibition looks at the extremes of footwear from around the globe, we came up with the idea of illustrating shoes in a way that does seems more fun and colorful.