Installation view, left to right: Fold in and Fall Flat, 2019, exhibition catalog; Waiting III, 2020, serigraph.
Mark Zurolo is a graphic designer. He received his MFA in Graphic Design from Yale University. Mark has worked for WGBH Educational Foundation in Boston, MetaDesign in San Francisco and Imaginary Forces in Los Angeles, among other studios. In 2001 he established a design practice in New Haven that encompasses identity, print, environmental, interactive, film and motion graphics. His clients include Yale University, Human Nature Lab, The Yale Alumni Magazine, Wesleyan University, Austen Riggs Center, Intel, and Real Art Ways. His work has been recognized with awards from organizations like Graphis and the American Center for Design, the Connecticut Art Director's Club, and AIGA, among others. He has been teaching Graphic Design since 2001 and is currently an Associate Professor of Design at the University of Connecticut.