Javier Pichardo

Javier-Pichardo_1  Graphic Designer
  CUNY Dominican Studies Institute

Javier Pichardo is a highly creative and multitalented Senior Graphic Designer with over 14 years of experience at the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute. Specializing in editorial, marketing and print design, Mr. Pichardo has worked in a wide range of projects at CUNY DSI, including exhibits, publications, and digital projects. He is an expert at managing the complete design process, from conceptualization to delivery. Please find some of his work listed below:

2019 - The Santo Domingo Slave Revolt of 1521 and the Slave Laws of 1522: Black Slavery and Black Resistance in the Early Colonial Americas by Stevens-Acevedo, Anthony (Research Monograph)

2016 – First Blacks in the Americas: The African Presence in the Dominican Republic (Website)

2015 - Juan Pablo Duarte: The Humanist / Juan Pablo Duarte: El humanista by Rhina P. Espaillat and Sarah Aponte (Book)

2015 - Sixteenth-Century La Española: Glimpses of the First Blacks in the Early Colonial Americas (Exhibit)

2015 - Fighting for Democracy: Dominican Veterans from World War II (Exhibit)

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