Gisela Viloria Graphic Design


Graphic designer Gisela Viloria [Dubuc] was born in 1956 in Venezuela. Prior to moving to Paris in 1982 to study graphic design, she studied drawing and painting at the School of Cristóbal Rojas. Viloria eventually moved back to Venezuela, where she worked as a freelance designer, doing various projects such as creating corporate and editorial design images for institutions, museums, and businesses.

Viloria belongs to a generation of graphic designers active during the last two decades with work that pays particular attention to the visual elements drawn from urban production. Of her recent projects, Viloria worked with CAF, a multilateral financial institution.

CAF’s mission is to mobilize resources from international markets to Latin America in order to support sustainable development and regional integration in Latin America. CAF provides multiple financial and technical assistance services to public and private clients in shareholder countries. Its shareholders include Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, Venezuela, and 14 private banks within the region.

When Gisela Viloria worked with CAF to help create their annual reports for 2010, the results were so great that Graphis featured Viloria as a Platinum winner for the 100 Best Annual Reports of 2012. Other awards for Viloria include, second place for the 2000 National Graphic Award and a special mention for the 2001 Cenal Award for Street Children.

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Author: Kayla Harris for Graphis

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