Maggie Macnab explores the subtle relationships of everyday natural processes as the essential metaphors of human experience. Linking cultural iconography and pop/corporate symbolism back into their origins of the natural world, she examines the unending versatility of nature and how its ingenious ways of problem -solving creates beautiful and compelling street art, graphic design, and architecture.
Maggie Macnab is the author of Decoding Design and Design by Nature. She has owned Macnab Design since 1981 and teaches at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, Institute of American Indian Arts, University of New Mexico, and Santa Fe Community College. Maggie is committed to beautiful and functional design and creative problem solving that is based in nature's richly practical process.