Community-Accountable Design

Our Team

Adriana Warner

Photograph of Adriana Warner, a young Black woman wearing pink glasses and smiling. Adriana is facing forward, the image is cropped from the chest up. She wears a black and white patterned shirt, hair styled in Senegalese twists. Behind her, the background is primarily white and out of focus. 2 framed prints sit on a shelf, one of a black woman holding a white feather, the other of a monstera leaf.


Designer & Facilitator

Canarsie, Munsee Lenape (Brooklyn, NY)

Adriana Warner is an abolitionist, designer, educator, and co-design facilitator working at the intersection of art and activism. She shares her knowledge with her students at Fordham University in NYC, teaching ‘Art, Design & Politics’ and motion design.

Working towards the deconstruction of oppressive systems, Adriana has collaborated with community members at NAACP Maine, Design Studio for Social Intervention, and Black Lives Matter Greater New York, to name a few.

When she isn’t working, she can be found organizing with the NYC Afrosocialists and Socialists of Color Caucus of the Democratic Socialists of America, as well as the NYC chapter of the Fight For Our Lives Coalition.

Adriana holds a BFA from Maine College of Art & Design (2012) with a concentration in Graphic Design.

Other lives: Urban cycling, crocheting, baking & napping