Marina Willer, UK (2007)
Partner / Designer
Marina Willer is a graphic designer and film-maker with an MA from the Royal College of Art. She is the first female partner in Pentagram London.
Marina led the design of major identities schemes including; Tate, Amnesty International, Southbank Centre, Serpentine, Oxfam, Nesta, Richard Rogers, Macmillan, Maggie’s, Battersea, the Opera Ballet of Flandres, Schaulager, and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
Willer’s first feature film, Red Trees, premiered at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival and was released worldwide by Netflix. Her films have been shown at Fondation Cartier in Paris, the ICA in London and film festivals worldwide.
Willer has received a variety of industry honours, including: Design Week’s Hall of Fame in 2018, Creative Review’s Creative Leaders 2017, Design Week’s People Who Made an Impact on Design 2017 and The Dots’ Female Creative Leaders 2017. Marina is from Brazil and has lived in London for 22 years. In 2021, she was honoured the title Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) by the Royal Society of Arts.