Jarrett Fuller is a designer, writer, educator, editor and podcaster. He’s the director of twenty-six, an independent design and editorial studio, and a contributing editor at AIGA Eye on Design. He previously taught in both undergraduate and graduate programs at Pratt Institute (NY), The New School Parsons School of Design (NY), University of the Arts (PA), Maryland Institute College of Art (MD), and Rutgers University (NJ).
Since 2016, Jarrett has hosted and produced Scratching the Surface, a podcast about design, theory, and creative practice. On the show, Jarrett has interviewed a wide-range of designers, writers, academics, and artists including Pentagram partners Michael Beirut and Eddie Opara, OMA partner Reinier de Graaf, MoMA curator Paola Antonelli, New York Times architecture critics Michael Kimmelman and Paul Goldberger, and RISD President Rosanne Somerson. He was the designer and co-editor of Culture is Not Always Popular: Fifteen Years of Design Observer, published by MIT Press in 2018 and edited 1, 10, 100 Years: Form, Typography, and Interaction at Parsons, a forthcoming book on the history of the Parsons School of Design’s Communication Design program. In 2017, he launched readings.design, a free online library of design texts.
His work and writing has been featured in Eye Magazine, Architectural Digest, Curbed, The Architect’s Newspaper, and Design Observer. He previously worked as a designer at Facebook (2013-2015), Warby Parker (2011-2013), and The Whitney Museum of American Art (2016). He received his BFA in graphic design from Kutztown University and his MFA in graphic design and critical studies from Maryland Institute College of Art.
BFA Graphic Design Kutztown University
MFA Graphic Design and Critical Studies Maryland Institute College of Art