Chantal Jahchan

Graphic designer based in Brooklyn. Currently working with Matt Willey at Pentagram, specializing in brand identity and print design. Full portfolio available upon request.

chantaljahchan@gmail.com


๐Ÿ“Press  
Everpress, 2020
Itโ€™s Nice That, 2020

Print Mag, 2020
Femme Type, 2020
Frontier (Interview), 2020
Design 360 Mag, 2020
Typewolf, 2020 AIGA Eye on Design, 2019
Itโ€™s Nice That, 2018


Chantal Jahchan

Graphic designer based in Brooklyn. Currently working with Matt Willey at Pentagram, specializing in brand identity and print design. Full portfolio available upon request.

๎€€๏ธŽ chantaljahchan@gmail.com

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Beirut Disaster Relief T-Shirt

T-shirt to raise money for disaster relief in Beirut after the devastating explosion on August 4th.

The custom Arabic lettering reads โ€œBeirut.โ€ Printed in a deep green reminiscent of the emblematic Lebanese cedar. 100% of profits, totaling $16,848, donated in equal parts to Impact Lebanon and the Lebanese Red Cross.
Augโ€“Dec 2020


How to Blow Up a Pipeline

Cover design for Andreas Malmโ€™s latest manifesto, published by Verso Books, in which Malm makes an impassioned call for the climate movement to escalate its tactics in the face of ecological collapse.
Dec 2020


A Manifesto by Susan Abulhawa

Poster design for the WePresent Manifesto series. Text by Susan Abulhawa, founder of Playgrounds for Palestine, a non-profit organization dedicated to upholding the right to play for Palestinian children. 
Nov 2020


Coronavirus Pamphlet Series

Cover design for a new series from Verso Books that connects COVID-19 to issues such as care work, the economy, climate disaster, and mutual aid. Art direction by No Ideas.
Oct 2020


Al Marfaโ€™a Stickers

Sticker designed to raise money for Studio Safar, a Beirut-based design studio that lost everything in the August 4th explosion. Made possible by Femme Type and Bristol-based print studio GreyJam Press. 100% of profits will go to Studio Safar.

Custom lettering is based on a square grid, inspired by a historic Arabic calligraphy style called Square Kufic. 
Sep 2020