is a graphic designer and art director living in Toronto focused on editorial, identity and interactive projects. Each week, Lange illustrates for a newsletter called Buckslip. In 2016, he attended the first Maybe a School, Maybe a Park, a week-long graphic design workshop in Montréal. He has worked with The Alpine Review, Strathroy Museum, photographer Jesse Colin Jackson, the Urban Ecologies Conference, artist TALWST for the Art Gallery of Ontario and Verso Magazine at York University. Select clients include Acura, GEICO, OCAD University, Canadian Business Magazine and Vistek.


b. 1987, Banff, Alberta

Publications / Shows / Awards

Good Work, Group Show, East Room, Toronto.
Maybe a School Maybe a Park, 820Plaza, Montréal

Project 31, Fundraiser Auction, OCAD University, Toronto
DDDD, with Rouzbeh Akhbari, 8 Eleven Gallery, Toronto

Typographic Obfuscation, Art Metropole, Toronto
OCAD University Graphic Design Medal Winner
Rivet 5, OCAD Student Press, Toronto

Off the Wall IV, Studio Couture, Detroit, USA

Rivet 3, OCAD Student Press, Toronto
Power of Ten Typography, Group Show, Great Hall, OCAD University, Toronto
A Coversation, with Anton Jeludkov (Inteview), Rough Work Press, Toronto

York University / Sheridan Entrance Scholarship, Toronto


OCAD University
BDes graphic design with a primary focus on editorial, identity, typeface design, technology studies, critical thinking and thesis.

York University / Sheridan (YSDN)
Graphic design with a primary focus on communication, psychology, typography, history of design and information design.

Art Foundations program consisting of ten studios, as well a specializing year in sculpture, photography and commercial art.