ALEXANDCRISTINA is a multi-disciplinary design studio based in New York City. Our everyday is immersed in branding that speaks to human emotions, researching market sectors, ideating what can be better, WAY BETTER, and visualizing entire brand stories that connect with people for the long-term.
We're fortunate to work with some of the most iconic brands ( + coolest people ) in the world, across incredibly diverse markets. A forever icon design for Spalding, a guest-personalized New York Fashion Week show-space for Christian Siriano, everyday small luxuries packaging for Kleenex...
It’s this exciting brand mix that allows us to design with fresh perspectives, where learnings from one sector add standout thinking to another.
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Alex's core strength is creating and connecting powerful, sensory brand stories across diverse consumer points. Alex has defined and led brand development strategies for an impressive list of partners, including Atlantis Resorts, Dannon and Diageo. An agile, charismatic design thinker, Alex creates with an audience-experience approach and exceptional eye for the smallest details.
Prior to co-founding
ALEXANDCRISTINA, Alex was
Creative Director at GIRVIN NY,
Lipson Alport Glass NY
and Omnicom CT.
Alex is a native of Massachusetts
and an alum of Parsons School of Design,
New York City.
Spanning three countries and three languages, Cristina applies deep knowledge of consumer behavior and keen creative instincts to help launch and revitalize global brands. With upbeat and inspirational spirit, Cristina has built long-standing partnerships with leading companies including Kimberly-Clark, Kraft Heinz and Procter & Gamble.
Prior to co-founding
ALEXANDCRISTINA, Cristina was
Operations Director at GIRVIN NY,
Account Director at Libby Macdonald Shear CT and Daymon Worldwide NY.
Cristina is a native of Mexico, an alum of The Modern American School, Mexico City and The Ecole Hoteliere, Leysin, Switzerland. Further studies brought her to School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design, New York City.