7.24.99  She/Her
Leo. Rabbit. INTJ. 


 
Luna Alatorre is trans Mexican American visual artist and designer based in NYC. Being born and raised in an isolating part of the South, Luna’s personal work seeks answers from her parasocial relationship with media that can only be described as digitally transcendental. Often using her intrinsic knowledge of the internet and media history to be of service in pushing the Western canon of media to welcome the new and unknown.


Formerly at SPOTIFY and currently at GBA.
She has experiences and collaborations with:

INTERVIEW Magazine, COMPLEX, CULTURED Magazine, LUAR, THE NEW SCHOOL, SOW.NYC, 


Luna is a Parsons School of Design honors graduate (BFA in Communication Design) and part of Scope of Work (SOW NYC).

Her talent resides in her hobbies of archiving and sourcing vintage ad campaigns, video game designs, album packaging, editorials, and pop culture memorabilia. Ranging from 90s Japanese/Chinese editorials/albums/toys to mid 2000’s Mexican graphic books, Luna uses her roladex of references from the past to build her work for the future.


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Portrait by Christopher Zapata

SOW 

Senior Member
Luna is part of SOW [Scope of Work] a talent development agency for young BIPOC creatives that establishes equity in the creative industry.
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