Chloe Typert-Morrison


The Next


Chloe’s path to design started through a McDonald’s suggestion box. At 7 years old, she would run into a McDonald’s with her mom, stuff their suggestion box full of anti-animal cruelty slogans, and then run back to the car. Chloe soon realized that these actions wouldn’t solve anything without a proposed solution. Now, Chloe uses design as a way to solve problems for others; whether it be environmental sustainability, addressing the fear of crime in women, or assisting LGBTQ+ youth in learning more about themselves and their community. Her goal is to develop systems and products that will help protect the next generation from social and environmental issues that people face today.


Traveling, hiking, and photography

Listening To

Anything indie, alternative, or modern rock

Favourite Tools

Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, and super glue

Event Info

The Next Design Grad Show
By York University/Sheridan College

Gladstone Hotel

1214 Queen St. West

Toronto, Ontario

April 11

Industry Night


Opening Night


April 12-13

Public Viewing