(They/Them) • Memphis, United States
Memphis-native illustrator and designer Mia Saine is a non-binary Black creative seeking to share a more positive, inclusive narrative. Since graduating from Memphis College of Art in 2017, they have specialized in commercial illustration, branding design, advertising design, and environmental design. Saine's colorful, minimal digital illustrations strive to normalize and amplify minorities' voices and experiences. Saine triumphs the constant cycle of injustice, tropes, and stereotypes by showcasing minorities embracing their self-empowerment and happiness. Previously, Saine was a full-time graphic designer before indulging themselves in freelance as an illustrator. They continue to collaborate with others to bring awareness to encourage others to create a better tomorrow together.Read more
ACLU, Allbirds, The Atlantic, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Built for Lars, BeersaGoGo, BLINKINK, CLTV, Facebook, Google, GSK, Mailchimp/Courier, Mana Public Arts, Memphis Flyer, Memphis Travel, MEM International Airport, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Little People Big Dreams, Target, Tobasco, Oiselle, Project Backboard, Rebel Girls, Skittles, Spotify, Winc, Vans, Vox Media, Youtube etc.Read more
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