Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at the Rhode Island School of Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle 


Christina Webb (she/they) is a designer, educator, and explorer based in Los Angeles and occasionally the Hi-Desert. Her commissioned work is for and with cultural, community-focused non-profit clients. Projects include experience design, environmental graphics, branding, and publications as well as consulting for event concepts, programming, and organizational missions. She has worked on fantastical teams at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Local Projects, and more recently with the Los Angeles Central Library and Abode Communities Affordable Housing. 

The research area of her practice combines design, research, and participation with a critical nature, looking at the formal (visual) and social constructs of public space and site specificity, with a focus on language and interruption of dominant narratives. Labor of Love work includes co-founding a temporal LGBTQ collective space - Foreground - focused on co-mentorship and cultural happenings within LA Queer artists and small business community; and serving as Director of the AIGA LA DEI committee.

Christina continues to explore new modes of making, collaborating, and teaching. She completed her Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at the Rhode Island School of Design, a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, and an Associates degree in studio art at a couple of amazing Northern California community colleges.  

Christina Webb photograph
Christina Webb photograph
Christina Webb photograph


SMPS/LA Marketing Communications Award for Special Event, Abode Communities' 50th anniversary event design and exhibit, 2019

The Center for Cultural Innovation/
Creative Economic Development Fund,
 Grant Recipient for Foreground, 2017-18

RISD Graphic Design Triennial, 2015, 2014 Profile, 2014

RISD Academic Fellowship, 2013–15

RISD Graduate Division Fellowship, 2013–15

Western Studies Award for Exhibition
Excellence—Overdrive: L.A. Constructs
the Future 1940–1990, Getty Museum, 2013

Lucie Award for Exhibition—Engaged
Observers: Documentary Photography
Since the Sixties, (with curator Brett Abbott), Getty Museum, 2010

Clients/Employment History:

  • J. Paul Getty Museum
  • Rhode Island School of Design
  • Local Projects
  • Abode Communities Affordable Housing
  • Cal Poly Pomona
  • Los Angeles Central Library