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HENRY WOLF
NEVILLE BRODY
DAVID CARSON
MILTON GLASER
ADOLPHE MOURON CASSANDRE
TIBOR KALMAN
ABRAM GAMES
ALAN FLETCHER
PAUL RAND
SAUL BASS
MICHAEL BIERUT
ROMEK MARBER
PAULA SCHER
POLISH GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
ART CHANTRY
JESSICA HELFAND
RUDY VANDERLANS
ALEXEY BRODOVITCH
PIET ZWART
PETER SAVILLE
MARGO CHASE
REZA ABEDINI
OTL AICHER
WILLIAM DRENTTEL
WILLIAM CASLON
STEVEN HELLER
WOLFGANG WEINGART
MASSIMO VIGNELLI
MORTEZA MOMAYEZ
RICHARD EVANS
HERB LUBALIN
CHIP KIDD
ED FELLA
JONATHAN BARNBROOK
ERIK SPIEKERMANN
WIM CROUWEL
MARIAN BANTJES
APRIL GREIMAN
ARMIN HOFMANN
EDWARD TUFTE
PETER MAX
GERARD UNGER
HERMANN ZAPF
LESTER BEALL
NIGEL HOLMES
DICK BRUNA
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Henry Wolf

  1. In 1971 he founded Henry Wolf Productions, Inc., a studio dedicated to advertising and editorial photography. (Web site)
  2. Henry Wolf (1925–2005) shaped American periodical design in the 1950s and 1960s as art director of Esquire, Harper’s Bazaar, and Show magazines.

Neville Brody

  1. Neville Brody is a world famous graphic designer.
  2. Neville Brody is a British designer who was born in Southgate, London on April 23, 1957.
  3. Neville Brody is a UK graphic designer who shot to fame in the 1970s. (Web site)
  4. Neville Brody is a british graphic designer, typographer and art director. (Web site)
  5. Neville Brody is an innovative designer and his reputation of groundbreaking typography continues to influence the world of graphic design.

David Carson

  1. David Carson is a genious.
  2. David Carson is a British television director.
  3. David Carson is a great Pop designer.
  4. David Carson is an American graphic designer. (Web site)

Milton Glaser

  1. Milton Glaser is a genius. (Web site)
  2. Milton Glaser is a: graphic designer illustrator publisher new yorker.
  3. Milton Glaser is one of the most famous American graphic designers of the 20 century. (Web site)
  4. Milton Glaser is one of the most respected graphic designers in the United States. (Web site)

Adolphe Mouron Cassandre

  1. This category lists sites that provide biographies and autobiographies for Adolphe Mouron Cassandre.
  2. This category lists sites that provide information, artwork and biographical data for Adolphe Mouron Cassandre.
  3. Wikipedia - Adolphe Mouron Cassandre - Brief biography for the influential Ukrainian-French painter, commercial poster artist, and typeface designer.
  4. In his later years, Adolphe Mouron Cassandre suffered from bouts of depression that led to his suicide in Paris in 1968. (Web site)

Tibor Kalman

  1. I first heard of Tibor Kalman while browsing a copy of "Interview", just to learn that it was a tribute. (Web site)
  2. Tibor Kalman: Perverse Optimist is the definitive and exuberant document of the late Tibor Kalman's work and ideas. (Web site)
  3. Tibor Kalman: "We don't talk about planes flying.

Abram Games

  1. Abram Games was one of the twentieth century's great graphic designers.
  2. Abram Games was one of the 20th century's most important graphic designers and you can have your own fine art prints of any of these unique posters.

Alan Fletcher

  1. Alan Fletcher is one of the most influential figures in post-war British graphic design. (Web site)
  2. ALAN FLETCHER was among Britain---s most inspiring graphic designers and visual thinkers.

Paul Rand

  1. Paul Rand is one of the world's most famous graphic designers, and created the logo designs for IBM, UPS, ABC, and other leading organisations.
  2. Paul Rand is one of the most famous and influential graphic designers in history. (Web site)
  3. Paul Rand was 100 percent correct in his assessment of Substituting Initials for the Corporate Name.
  4. Paul Rand was a great influential graphic designer. (Web site)
  5. Paul Rand was a hugely influencial graphic designer.

Saul Bass

  1. Saul Bass is a designing man. (Web site)
  2. Saul Bass was a Bronx- born graphic designer who took his New York style to California and became famous for his work in film and classic logo design. (Web site)
  3. Saul Bass was one of the first to realise upon the storytelling potential of the opening and closing credits of a film.
  4. Saul Bass was one of the first to seize on the potential storytelling power of the opening and closing credits of a film. (Web site)

Michael Bierut

  1. Michael Bierut is a graphic designer, design critic and educator. (Web site)
  2. Michael Bierut is a graphic designer. (Web site)
  3. Michael Bierut is a partner at Pentagram design firm. (Web site)
  4. Michael Bierut is a partner at Pentagram in New York where he manages a team of eight designers.
  5. Michael Bierut is a partner in an international design consultancy.

Romek Marber

  1. I thought Penguin covers really took of in 1962 with the use of Romek Marber's simple cover grid. (Web site)
  2. In 1962 Facetti commissioned the Polish-born designer Romek Marber, having admired his covers of The Economist, to redesign the series. (Web site)
  3. The then new design format was in fact originated by Romek Marber along with a number of other Graphic Designers of note. (Web site)

Paula Scher

  1. Paula Scher is a lay member of the Public Design Commission of the City of New York. (Web site)
  2. Paula Scher is a partner at the design firm Pentagram and designed the Daily Show book, America.
  3. Paula Scher is a principal in the design firm, Pentagram.

Polish Graphic Designers

  1. List of Polish graphic designers. (Web site)
  2. Polish graphic designers are really talented- I said that many times before but I will say it one more time now.
  3. In the event, Polish graphic designers were faced with little option but to work for the state. (Web site)

Art Chantry

  1. Art Chantry is a famous graphic designer from Seattle whose works stretches back to the late 1970s.

Jessica Helfand

  1. Jessica Helfand is a designer, writer and educator.
  2. Jessica Helfand is an author, columnist and lecturer on graphic design. (Web site)

Rudy Vanderlans

  1. Rudy VanderLans is a Dutch type and graphic designer and the co-founder of Emigre, an independent type foundry.

Alexey Brodovitch

  1. Alexey Brodovitch (1898-1971) is a legend among graphic designers. (Web site)
  2. Design Laboratory, a 10-week course in typography design and photojournalism, conducted by Alexey Brodovitch under AIGA auspices.
  3. Shopping is the best place to comparison shop for Alexey Brodovitch: - Kerry William Purcell Book.

Piet Zwart

  1. Piet Zwart was never a member of De Stijl as far as I know, although he knew and respected the people involved in the De Stijl movement. (Web site)
  2. Piet Zwart was truly a pioneer, a designer who actually made a living out of going his own way, following his own principles. (Web site)

Peter Saville

  1. Peter Saville is a designer of unique influence on visual culture. (Web site)
  2. Peter Saville is a graphic designer who resides in London. (Web site)
  3. Peter Saville is a perfectionist.
  4. Peter Saville is a self confessed ---elitist--- and he has a strong sense of self worth.
  5. Peter Saville is one of my favorite graphic designers from the U.K. and as such, I thought this was a nice interview. (Web site)

Margo Chase

  1. Margo Chase is one of the most influential graphic designers of our time. (Web site)
  2. Margo Chase is an American graphic designer. (Web site)

Reza Abedini

  1. Reza Abedini is a ground-breaking exponent of contemporary graphic design who lives and works in Iran.
  2. Reza Abedini is a graphic designer and a professor of graphic design and visual culture at Tehran University. (Web site)
  3. Reza Abedini is one of the contemporary designers who has explored and expanded the possibilities of Farsi typography.

Otl Aicher

  1. Otl Aicher was born in Ulm in 1922 and he died following a traffic accident in 1991.
  2. Otl Aicher was one of the most famous pioneering graphic designers of post-war Germany.

William Drenttel

  1. William Drenttel is a partner in a successful print and multimedia company.
  2. William Drenttel is a partner, with Jessica Helfand, in Winterhouse, a design studio in Northwest Connecticut.

William Caslon

  1. William Caslon IV introduced the first sans serif printing type in the early 1800s. (Web site)
  2. David Carson's web site William Caslon A typeface designer and engraver, William Caslon lived in England between 1692 and 1766. (Web site)
  3. A Specimen of typeset fonts and languages, by William Caslon, letter founder; from the 1728 Cyclopaedia. (Web site)

Steven Heller

  1. Steven Heller is a critic, author, and design thinker. (Web site)
  2. Steven Heller is a leading authority on design education and the editor of the Education Of series.
  3. Steven Heller is a senior art director at the New York Times and the chair of the MFA design department at the School of Visual Arts. (Web site)
  4. Steven Heller is the author of over ninety books on graphic design, popular art, and satiric art. (Web site)

Wolfgang Weingart

  1. Wolfgang Weingart is a german graphic designer.
  2. Wolfgang Weingart was a professor of typography at this School until the year 2004.
  3. T his summer, Wolfgang Weingart will teach a summer program on typography in Basel, Switzerland.

Massimo Vignelli

  1. Massimo Vignelli is an AIGA medalist and a principal at Vignelli Associates.
  2. Massimo Vignelli was their most vociferous critic. (Web site)
  3. In 1960, the couple returned to Milan and founded the Lella and Massimo Vignelli Office for Design and Architecture.

Morteza Momayez

  1. Morteza Momayez was born on August 26, 1935 in Tehran, IRAN .His father was Mohammad-Ali and his mother was Kochak.

Richard Evans

  1. Richard Evans Schultes traced his fascination with the South American rain forests to the fantasies evoked while he was bedridden as a child.
  2. Richard Evans, chief executive of the Opera House, said Utzon had left a living monument to creativity and boldness.
  3. Walkers says the campaign is the company's biggest to date, and managing director Richard Evans identifies user engagement as its specific aim. (Web site)

Herb Lubalin

  1. American Herb Lubalin is notable among the designers who embraced the new flexibility phototype made possible for designers. (Web site)
  2. I remember Herb Lubalin opining about how Avant Garde was misused.
  3. Herb Lubalin was a basher.

Chip Kidd

  1. Chip Kidd is a genius.
  2. Chip Kidd is a graphic designer and writer living in New York City and Stonington, Connecticut.
  3. Chip Kidd is a graphic designer, writer, and editor whose book jacket designs for Alfred A. Knopf revolutionized the art of American book packaging.
  4. Chip Kidd is a leading graphic designer.
  5. Chip Kidd is a writer and graphic designer in New York City.

Ed Fella

  1. Ed Fella is an artist, educator and graphic designer whose work has had an important influence on contemporary typography.

Jonathan Barnbrook

  1. JONATHAN BARNBROOK is one of the UK---s most active graphic designers.
  2. Jonathan Barnbrook is a British graphic designer and typographer. (Web site)
  3. Jonathan Barnbrook is one deep deep man. (Web site)
  4. Jonathan Barnbrook is one of Britain’s most influential graphic designers working today.
  5. Jonathan Barnbrook is one of the best known British graphic designers working today.

Erik Spiekermann

  1. Erik Spiekermann is a partner in United Designers in Berlin and San Francisco, and a writer at Spiekerblog.
  2. Erik Spiekermann is an information architect, type designer, and author.

Wim Crouwel

  1. Wim Crouwel is a dutch graphic designer and typographer, born in The Netherlands in 1928.
  2. Wim Crouwel is a Dutch designer, artist, professor and museum director. (Web site)
  3. Wim Crouwel is a designer, artist, professor and museum director.
  4. Wim Crouwel is one of the Netherlands’ greatest design icons.

Marian Bantjes

  1. Marian Bantjes is a designer and artist who lives on an island in British Columbia, Canada.
  2. Marian Bantjes is a designer, artist and writer working internationally from her base on a small island off the west coast of Canada near Vancouver.
  3. Marian Bantjes is a good example for quality.
  4. Marian Bantjes is a self-described Graphic Artist, who works primarily with custom type and ornament.

April Greiman

  1. April Greiman is known for her influential poster design.
  2. April Greiman was an early computer enthusiast who believes that graphic design has always been involved with technology. (Web site)
  3. A visionary few, including April Greiman, recognized the vast potential of this new medium. (Web site)

Armin Hofmann

  1. Armin Hofmann was a Swiss master of pattern, repetition, placement. (Web site)
  2. Armin Hofmann is a Swiss graphic designer. (Web site)
  3. Armin Hofmann is one of Switzerland's foremost graphic designers who taught with Rand at Yale and at the Brissago Summer School. (Web site)

Edward Tufte

  1. Edward Tufte is a smart guy.

Peter Max

  1. Peter Max is a graphic artist who specialized in psychedelic designs during the 1960s.
  2. Peter Max is a multi-dimensional artist focused on contemporary events.
  3. Peter Max is a multi-dimensional creative artist.
  4. Peter Max is a passionate environmentalist and defender of human and animal rights, often dedicating paintings and posters for these noteworthy causes.
  5. Peter Max is a passionate environmentalist and defender of human and animal rights. (Web site)

Gerard Unger

  1. Gerard Unger is a graphic designer, typographer and type designer.
  2. Gerard Unger is a prominent typeface designer, graphic designer, author, and design educator.

Hermann Zapf

  1. Hermann Zapf was born into a turbulent time in 1918 in Nuremberg, Germany. (Web site)

Lester Beall

  1. Upon graduation, Goslin began working for noted American designer Lester Beall.
  2. Although not as well known as others from his period such as Paul Rand and Saul Bass, Lester Beall was indeed a trailblazer.
  3. A Lester Beall cover design for the 1948 issue of--Scope. (Web site)

Nigel Holmes

  1. Nigel Holmes is a graphic designer.
  2. Nigel Holmes is a graphic designer who focuses on information graphics and information design.
  3. Nigel Holmes is a designer.
  4. Nigel Holmes is an established commercial creator of what he calls "explanation graphics".
  5. Nigel Holmes was born in 1942 in England. (Web site)

Dick Bruna

  1. Dick Bruna was born the son of a man who would become one of the Netherlands largest publishers.

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  5. Arts > Graphic Design > Typography > Typographers > Masters > Goudy, Frederic William. (Web site)

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