Ariana Jenik is a graphic designer and visual artist. She pursued her studies at the Architecture, Design and Urbanism School (FADU) of the University of Buenos Aires. She completed specialization courses in packaging design and editorial design at Parsons The New School for Design, New York. He studied scenography at the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón and participated in the workshops on editing works of art at the Di Tella University, conducted by the Mexican artist Carlos Amorales, as well as in design and stroke movement workshops, conducted by the Segni Mossi group (2017 and 2018). She was a teacher of Morphology in the Graphic Design program, Longinotti Chair (FADU) and currently teaches seminars at the National University of Río Negro. She has been working for more than twenty years in the publishing industry, specializing in the design and comprehensive production of books, newspapers, and magazines. Her clientele includes esteemed media and publishing houses such as Eterna Cadencia, Alfaguara, Le Monde Diplomatique, Otra Parte, Capital Intelectual, Dakota, La Bestia Equilátera, Grupo Editorial Norma, Kapelusz, and SM. In 2023 her work was selected by an international jury for the exhibition "Iberoamérica Ilustra" at the Guadalajara International Book Fair. The chosen piece is part of a work in progress, an illustrated children's book.