Gabriel Medina (b.1998) is a multidisciplinary designer and artist from the San Francisco Bay Area. He works with different mediums to create nuanced layers of communication that question current systems and designs them in potential realities.
During his time at the Royal College of Art, his research has explored identity plurality, seeking to understand the relationship between the overlapping spheres of influence that form the essence of self. Gabriel’s research takes a hybrid approach by linking different visual cultural elements and placing them in communication — offering a space for reflection, speculation and narrative.
In addition to the RCA, he has studied at San Francisco State University, Central Saint Martins and Camberwell College of Art — where he received his BA in Graphic Design in 2020.