Chelsea Majuri is a Philadelphia-based American graphic designer. She has designed for GDLOFT, Anthropologie, and is now concepting for print & digital with fashion retailer Hemline.
Balancing both an aesthetic eye and witty conceptualizing, Chelsea helps companies large and small create designs that are beautiful, useful, and get attention locally to internationally.
(Psst, check out "Awards" below.)
Print & Digital Design
Graphic Design Education & Instruction
Chelsea studied under conceptual designer Allan Espiritu at Rutgers–Camden, earning her undergrad degree in Graphic Design.
She specializes in print and digital design for fashion/retail and the arts/non-profit sector.
Chelsea has taught four semesters of Graphic Design with the University of the Arts' Pre-College programs.
International Design Award, 2017
Design Award, 2016
Design Award, 2014, 2015, 2016.
National Student Show
Best of Books, 2014.