Chantal Jahchan

is a graphic designer based in Brooklyn. Currently working with Matt Willey at Pentagram, specializing in brand identity and print design.

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chantaljahchan@gmail.com


Select Features
Design by Women, 2021
Frontier, 2020

Femme Type, 2020
Design 360 Mag, 2020
It’s Nice That, 2018

Speaking
Typographics, 2019
Adobe Live x Femme Type, 2020 Adobe Live Editorial Design, 2018

Awards
ADC Awards, 2020
Type Directors Club, 2019
Graphis New Talent Annual, 2019

Adobe Design Achievement, 2018 & 2019

Teaching
Guest Critic, MICA GD, 2021
Chantal Jahchan

is a 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

Gage & Tollner

Brand identity for the revival of Gage & Tollner, a legendary 125-year-old Brooklyn oyster and chop house.

We set out to bring back the original feeling of the restaurant’s branding, updated for the 21st century. This included commissioning a  reinterpretation of an early wordmark, crafting a G&T monogram, and designing everything from menus to signage.

Identity designed with Hamish Smyth at Order. Wordmark designed with Jesse Ragan.

Photography: Lizzie Munro, Hamish Smyth
Facade sign painting: Travis Fitzsimmons


Orbikular Type Specimen

A3 type specimen showcasing Orbikular, a new serif typeface from CoType. Designed with Matt Willey at Pentagram.

Specimen printed by Identity on Fedrigoni UK Arena Natural Bulk 90 g/m2/ and is distributed with purchases of the font.


How to Blow Up a Pipeline

Cover design for Andreas Malm’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.


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. 


FAQ

Designed and built a portfolio website for photographer Farah Al Qasimi, whose work explores postcolonial structures of power, gender, and taste in the Gulf Arab states.

Farah’s work subverts codified expectations of how images are constructed and understood. The layout reflects this with overlapping images and stickers that can be rearranged by the user.


Select Interviews & Features
Design by Women, 2021
Frontier, 2020

Femme Type, 2020
Design 360 Mag, 2020
It’s Nice That, 2018

Speaking
Typographics, 2019
Adobe Live x Femme Type, 2020 Adobe Live Editorial Design, 2018

Awards
ADC Awards, 2020
Type Directors Club, 2019
Graphis New Talent Annual, 2019

Adobe Design Achievement, 2018 & 2019

Teaching
Guest Critic, MICA GD, 2021