Photo by John Davis
Wesley Stuckey is a designer, printmaker, and educator originally from Mississippi, now living and working in Baltimore, Maryland.
His work has been published by HOW Magazine, PRINT, Focal Press, Princeton Architectural Press, Tattly.com, a project by Swissmiss, and by Communication Arts. His work has also been featured in exhibitions across the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Mid-West, in Arkansas, Maryland, Mississippi, Tennessee, Virginia, and in Chicago, Illinois.
In addition to traditional print design and printmaking, Wesley’s work primarily focuses on branding, illustration, and environmental graphics, with the occasional interactive project for the web.
He graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in the Graphic Design MFA Program with Ellen Lupton in 2011. Over the past 5 years, he has taught branding, typography, hand-lettering, web design, and basic design at both the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). He is currently running his own studio practice where he gets to dabble in a little of everything related to design in addition to teaching at MICA.