Posts Tagged With designer

Bob Fried

Painter, printmaker and sculptor Robert, or Bob, Fried is most well known for the psychedelic rock concert posters he created for many popular bands during San Francisco’s “Summer of Love”. He created posters and handbills for live music concerts, club dates and legendary events. He became very famous and influential in the time through his…

Walter Dexel

German painter, graphic designer, advertiser, and historian, Walter Dexel, was born on February 7th, 1890 in Munich, Germany. Dexel was a self-taught painter but eventually took private drawing classes, taught by H. Gröber, to sharpen the skills he learned by practicing himself at an early age. At the same time, from 1910 to 1914, Dexel…

Bruno Munari

  Bruno Munari devoted his life to transforming art. He thrived in keeping art refreshing. Not only did he write children’s book but he also found letter forms to be toys and tools, signs and objects. His piece called, ABC Dada is one of six major letter projects created during Munari’s six-decade career as an…

Ellen Lupton

As a significant contributor to the graphic design community, Ellen Lupton has served as not only a designer but a writer, curator, and critic as well. Currently, she is the curator of contemporary design at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York City and director of the Graphic Design MFA program at Maryland Institute College…