Nancy Bernardo is an award-winning designer whose design work has been recognized by Society of Typographic Arts, Creative Quarterly, PRINT Magazine, HOW Magazine, Design Observer, AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Artists), Designers and Books, and AIGA Western New York. Her design work explores the boundaries between old and new technologies and is an interesting and often whimsical blend of analog and digital techniques.
These techniques frequently reference styles from Victorian and Mid-Century advertising. Nancy Bernardo’s artwork has also been shown in exhibitions in New Orleans, Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia and Seattle. An article featuring her most recent body of work appeared in the eighth issue of Kolaj Magazine (Montreal, CA). Her work also appears on websites that highlight collage artists and graphic designers such as: Kolaj Magazine and Quite Strong and her illustrations have been used for essays on: The Millions (themillions.com), Object Lessons (objectsobjectobjects.com) and the Newer York (theneweryork.com).