HELEN ROBINSON DESIGN designs and produces promotional materials (brochures, posters, book covers and interiors) that reflect client needs  clearly, concisely, beautifully, and creatively. Owner Helen Robinson has over thirty years of design experience including book design, poster and brochure design, museum exhibit design, and jewelry design. For the past ten years she was the art director of Front Street Books. She created a high profile and recognizable visual identity for Front Street’Äîwhich contributed to establishing a national and international reputation for this small independent book publishing company with a list of award-winning books. Helen Robinson is also the art director for namelos - a consortium of publishing professionals (namelos.com).

 

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      Helen Robinson was expelled from Montessori school in the fifth grade for doing nothing but drawing all day, every day. She ended up studying fine arts in college with a concentration in photography. Following a brief sojourn into museum education she fell into graphic design through an internship at a newspaper. Since then she's worked in book publishing, museum exhibit design, advertising, jewelry design, fine art painting, and photography. As the art director of Front Street/Boyds Mills Press, she designed and produced award-winning children’Äôs picture books, young adult novels, poetry, and nonfiction titles. She has received design awards from the Creative Quarterly, the New York Book Show, the Connecticut Center for the Book, the Asheville Art Directors Club, and the Boston Art Directors Club. She is currently the art director for namelos’Äîa consortium of independent publishing professionals (namelos.com) and operates the design company, Helen Robinson Design. She grew up in Athens, Greece, and lives in Asheville, North Carolina.
      Spoon by Kia Baden, tattoo by Liquid Dragon, wrist and design by Helen Robinson
      Helen Robinson grew up in Greece
      Helen Robinson at school in Athens, Greece
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
 
Spoon by Kia Baden, tattoo by Liquid Dragon, wrist and design by Helen Robinson