Monica Vesci is a professional graphic designer and artist based in Copenhagen, Denmark. As a native of Philadelphia, PA, with over fifteen years of professional industry experience, her specialty is designing for health care and patient education.
Her work has been featured several times in Graphic Design USA magazine and she was the recipient of the AstraZeneca Quality of Work award. Taking an interest in fashion, and moving into accessory design, she launched her first product The Camino Clutch—a designer handbag for people with diabetes. The bag was well received with accolades from the Huffington Post, 6abc News and countless women with whom her product has helped.
She is passionate about aesthetics, typography and obsessing over details. She is influenced by Scandinavian design, the fashion world and modern pop art including her favorites Keith Haring, James Rosenquist and Roy Lichtenstein. Her recent carry-all collaboration with production house Søciety6 revolves around her life with type 1 diabetes. She takes a keen interest in advocating and energizing others with T1D through her designs. Her new work is available on several products in the Casualty Girl x Søciety6 shop.
Vesci is also co-founder of the tennis charity event “Ace for a Cure—Smashing out Diabetes”. A grass court tennis event with proceeds benefiting JDRF: the leading global organization funding type one diabetes research. Over the course of ten plus years the event has raised more than $500,000 for T1D research and has expanded to three venues.