Sally Thurer is an independent art director, graphic designer, illustrator and animator in Brooklyn. She received her MFA from The Yale School of Art and is the former co-founder and creative director of Missbehave Magazine. For more than a decade, Sally has been doing design and illustration work for clients like Nike, The New York Times and Bloomberg Businessweek. She is the only employee ever to hold the title "Head of Experiential Methodology and Critical Theory" at MTV. Predictably, her work has been knocked-off and sold at Urban Outfitters...but she's cool with it. It inspired her to start an Instagram account called Bootlegwiki which functions as a casual research project and an informal platform for discourse on appropriation, and piracy. She teaches graphic design at Pratt and Parsons.