M. Thekdi ︎


Mira Thekdi is a Los Angeles-based graphic designer currently working full-time at Who What Wear︎︎︎ and freelancing in her spare time. Her work is type-driven, message-driven, and always intentional; she’s heavily inspired by design history.

Also loves: family, friends, Renoir, International Klein Blue︎︎︎, romance films, helping others, passionfruits, talking, stress cleaning, How I Built This︎︎︎, and editing this website.

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M. Thekdi


Athletic Greens
Who What Wear
Charm Font
Madness
Anita Ko Jewelry
Guittard Chocolate
Communication Arts
Rickshaw Film
Goodbite
Peet Rivko
Loveland Pictures


Mira Thekdi is a Los Angeles-based graphic designer currently working full-time at Who What Wear︎︎︎ and freelancing in her spare time. Her work is type-driven, message-driven, and always intentional; she’s heavily inspired by design history.

Also loves: family, friends, Renoir, International Klein Blue︎︎︎, romance films, helping others, passionfruits, talking, stress cleaning, club sodas with lime, How I Built This︎︎︎, castelvetrano olives, and editing this website.

Contact︎︎︎

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Are.na︎︎︎





Rickshaw Film Foundation is empowering a new generation of South Asian filmmakers by promoting the values, traditions, and lifestyles of their rich cultural perspective.

I am a proud member as well as Head of Design for RFF. Since 2020, I’ve been collaborating with our team to create a professional, yet full-of-character brand identity for the nonprofit. From there, I was able to design multiple brand touchpoints - Instagram posts, email newsletters, merchandise, the RFF website, and more. 

I built Rickshaw’s brand identity around the following values:

+ Trust - from, and in, our community
+ Community - those who hold us together; South-Asians and allies
+ Authenticity - staying true to ourselves and our heritage
+ Inclusivity - ensuring that everyone has equal access to our opportunities