Lauren Gallagher is a Chicago-based designer currently running her full-service studio, Something Else, from her shared space, Quiet Enjoyment. Previously, she worked as the Lead Designer for Cards Against Humanity and as a Senior Designer at Varyer. She has been featured in Communication Arts, TypeforceThe Dieline, and The Brand Identity.
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Available for freelance and other collaborative opportunities.

Something Else
2020-Present
What You See Is What You Get ✻

Something Else is a flexible full-service design studio, providing bespoke creative solutions to likeminded* clients. (*People who strive to make thoughtful and impactful work in a collaborative setting, without sacrificing their integrity)

I started my own design practice in Februrary of 2020 after discovering I wanted more autonomy in my design process. I use a flexible agency model to build teams of designers, developers, etc. tailored to specific clients and their projects. This allows me to take on a variety of work and collaborate with new people so I can continue to learn and grow my craft. 

Select clients include Article One, Annapurna Interactive, Metric Coffee, Mom+Pop Records, and En Masse Architecture & Design.

www.somethingelse.works

Cards Against Humanity
2015-18



Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card. 

As the Lead Designer at Cards Against Humanity, I was responsible for leading the design team with the creative direction, design, and production for all of the company’s products and marketing. We collaborated closely with the company’s founders to conceive and execute the creative vision for all projects. Here’s a list of every project I worked on.

In 2018 we won a Shorty Award and a Clio Award for the Cards Against Humanity Saves America website.

Show Posters
2019
Poster for Black Mother Super Rainbow’s show at The Metro in Chicago. Two colorways, Mint and Fluorescent Orange, and Black and Fluorescent Orange. Risograph print. Edition of 150.

Poster for Fred Armisen’s Comedy for Musicians but Everyone is Welcome tour. Blue Risograph print. Edition of 200. 

Client: The Metro

©2022 Lauren Gallagher. All rights reserved. 
Built with CARGO. Typeset in Self Modern by the Bretagne Type Foundry.
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