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LIVES / WORKS IN BROOKLYN, NY
After graduating with a degree in Visual Arts from Oberlin College in Ohio, Jill Malek moved to New York to specialize in print and pattern design for invitations, customized stationery, book layouts and web sites. In 2008, she expanded her love of printed matter to the creation of hand-screened wallpapers, attempting to bridge the world of interior and graphic design.
Her custom commissions, both locally and abroad, include work for The Rockwell Group, Vosges Haute Chocolate, MTV Networks, Foley and Corinna, Charles Chang-Lima, Bochic, Box Studios and LG Hausys. Her wallpaper has appeared in many high-profile locales, such as the new Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel and Resort Casino, the Jones New York Shoowoo stores, the Google offices in Los Angeles, the Ritz Carlton Restaurant in Boston, and the Wieden + Kennedy offices in Minnesota. Most recently, seven of her patterns were acquired from the Brooklyn Museum as part of their permanent decorative arts collection.
Her custom hand printed wallpaper is in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum.