Robin Helman Design


About Robin Helman

Robin Helman is a graphic designer and art director with over 20 years of creative experience. She began her career as an in-house designer in a New York gallery and then worked as a studio assistant to Andy Warhol. She has since developed a career in publication design, brand identity and web design, working for publications and clients such as Martha Stewart Living, Forbes and Condé Nast. From New York to Hong Kong, Robin continues to work with a wide range of clients and an equally wide range of needs, allowing for a never-boring day to day and the chance to adapt her creative process to different ends.

Clients include:

Allure, American Heritage, Art Forum, Asia Week, Colors, Condé Nast, Consumer Reports, Crains NY. ESPN Magazine, Financial Times of London, Fitness Magazine, Hearst Magazines, Homes and Gardens, Ladies’ Home Journal, Mademoiselle, Martha Stewart Living, McCalls Magazine, McGraw-Hill, New Woman, People StyleWatch, Positive Thinking, Random House, Self, Tennis Magazine, Time Magazine, Time Inc., and Wenner Media