Isobel Chiang is a graphic designer specializing in book design and print production. Rooted in conceptual thinking and a thoughtful engagement with content, her books carefully consider typography, paper, binding structure, cover materials, printing methods, and reader interactions. She is currently designing for Small Editions, an artist book studio in Brooklyn, NY, where she collaborates closely with artists, editors, book binders, and printers. With a thorough knowledge of production methods and print solutions, her practice aims to experiment with and celebrate the form of the book. Previous books she’s worked on have been collected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, Harvard University, Yale University, RISD, Walker Art Center, Pratt University, MICA, VCU, and Wellesley College, among others. Most recently, she wrote and designed the book Paper and Ink (pub. Small Editions, 2024).