Associate Professor of Graphic Design
Art & Art History
MFA, Yale University
Mark Zurolo is a graphic designer and educator. His practice collaborates with clients in culture, arts and education and encompasses identity, print, environmental, interactive, and motion graphics. His work has been recognized with awards from Graphis, the American Center for Design, the Connecticut Art Director’s Club, and AIGA, among others. Prior to earning his MFA from Yale University, Mark worked for WGBH Educational Foundation in Boston, MetaDesign in San Francisco and Imaginary Forces in Los Angeles. His research explores “intertopias” — formal and theoretical investigations of ecotonal spaces.
He founded the Graphic Design in London education abroad program in 2012 where he has served as Resident Director for the program and Visiting Tutor at Central Saint Martins. Mark has been critic and offered workshops at a number of institutions such as Maine College of Art, St John’s University and Yale University.
Mark has collaborated in residencies with DesignInquiry, a collective of thinkers, makers and practitioners from all creative disciplines. He co-framed the 2018 Designinquiry “Rewrite” residency in Vinalhaven, Maine and in Devon, UK.