Human, Designer, Etc.
Elbert Girón is a weird amorphous mess. His practice includes apparel design, footwear design, furniture design, environmental design, and print. The through line is an exhaustive approach to detail and the impacts of detail, whether it is on the scale of a button, story, or a building. Influenced by the work of Luis Barragan, Benjamin Edgar, and Virgil Abloh, Giron’s work sits somewhere between assemblage art and proper industrial design. With a great interest in design language and semiotics, Girón often reinterprets objects and motifs from his childhood by stripping or highlighting certain qualities. He will work for a livable wage.
& Graduate Student
Design Intern at District Vision
Product Designer at MF9.WORLD
Innovation Design Instructor at BYU
BS in Technology & Engineering Studies
Brigham Young University 2021
Master of Industrial Design
Rhode Island School of Design 2024
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