Samer Fouad is an artist and graphic designer based out of Seattle Washington. Although his degree is in graphic design, Fouad considers himself a mixed media artist, combining sculpture, video, graphic design, photography, digital college, and various printmaking methods. His work has been showcased around the world, including New York City, Tokyo, Doha, France, Spain and Budapest. Fouad has been published in The AIGA, Adweek, Beautiful Bizarre Magazine and Design Sponge. Fouad was an artist-in-residence for the Mana BSMT program, located at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, Palazzo Monti in Brescia, Italy, and Nouvelle Vague Gallery in Marbella, Spain. He is a co-founder of the Newark Print Shop in New Jersey.
Simultaneous to his career as an artist, Fouad taught advanced printmaking and graphic design for the undergraduate BFA Program and book arts for the MFA Program, at Rutgers University in New Jersey. He is currently a teaching assistant in visual communication design for the Undergraduate School of Art and Design and is a lecturer for the masters program of the School of Human Centered Design and Engineering, at The University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. Fouad is a MDES Candidate for the University of Washington’s Graduate Program.