Malcolm Felder is a graphic designer, illustrator, and art director in Chicago, Illinois. He studied graphic design and printmaking at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, and then moved to New York where he worked for Workman Publishing, Island-Def Jam Records, and the Trio Network. Since moving to Chicago in 2007, he's been honing his illustration skills and freelancing at various agencies and Chicago-based companies including Paper Source and Potbelly Sandwich Shops.
 
Malcolm is also a musician and recorded a couple albums as
Lineland for the label Audiodregs. His music has been commissioned by ETSY, ADP, and appeared in NPR's This American Life. In 2008, he helped launch Mutable Sound, a publishing company and record label, and from 2012-2019, he and his wife ran Study Hall, a storefront boutique offering apparel and housewares to the West Town neighborhood of Chicago.