Graphic Design

David Moscati

David Moscati is an American freelancer in graphic design and illustration and owner of a studio specializing in print, identity and web design. He is also recognized for his horror movie posters. Featured image: David Moscati – Greenseer (Detail) – image via dangeprints.com...

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Eugen Gomringer

Eugen Gomringer, a Bolivian artist, is often called the father of concrete poetry. Gomringer is head of the Institut für Konstruktive Kunst und Konkrete Poesie (IKKP) in Rehau. Featured image: Eugen Gomringer’s Portrait – image via strauhof.ch...

Heath Kane

Heath Kane is an Australian artist and designer who has been working for many of the world’s leading advertising and branding agencies....

John Follis

John Follis is one of the founding fathers of Environmental Graphic Design best known for his 1979 book Architectural Signing and Graphics....

Joan Brossa - Transitable visual poem in three times (detail)

Joan Brossa

Considered typically as a Dada artist, Joan Brossa produced art that was formed out of both poetry and visual art. Featured image: Joan Brossa – Transitable visual poem in three times (detail). Photo credits wikipedia.com. All images used for...

Pierre Fix-Masseau - Bugatti, 1989 (detail)

Pierre Fix-Masseau

Pierre Fix-Masseau was a French artist and graphic designer, known and recognized both internationally and domestically for his posters. Featured image: Pierre Fix-Masseau – Bugatti, 1989 (detail). Lithograph. 31 1/2 × 23 1/2 in. 80 × 59.7 cm. This is...

Robert Falcucci - Monaco Grand Prix

Robert Falcucci

Robert Falcucci was a French illustrator who produced iconic advertisements for various brands especially for Monaco Grand Prix car rally in Monte Carlo. Featured image: Robert Falcucci – Monaco Grand Prix 1932, 1983. Stone Lithograph, 39 1/2 × 26 3/4...

Brothers Beggarstaff - Harpers Magazine

Brothers Beggarstaff

The Beggarstaffs was the pseudonym used by the British artists William Nicholson and James Pryde for their partnership in graphic design. Featured image: Brothers Beggarstaff – Harper’s Magazine – 1897, (detail). Lithograph, 11 1/2 × 8 1/4 in,...

Ivan Chermayeff - MTA Visit the Brooklyn Academy of Music (detail)

Ivan Chermayeff

Ivan Chermayeff was a British-born American designer and illustrator, who produced memorable identity symbols for many clients, including NBC and National Geographic. Featured image: Ivan Chermayeff – MTA: Visit the Brooklyn Academy of Music (detail)....

William H Bradley - Will H Bradley - When Hearts Art Trumps - 1897, 1897 (detail)

William H. Bradley

William H. Bradley was an American Art Nouveau illustrator and artist. He also worked in graphic design, film, typography, printing, and writing. Featured image: William H. Bradley – Will H. Bradley – When Hearts Art Trumps – 1897, 1897...

Seymour Chwast - Judy Garland, 1967 (detail)

Seymour Chwast

Seymour Chwast is an American graphic designer and illustrator who has developed and refined his innovative approach to design over the course of six decades. Featured image: Seymour Chwast – Judy Garland, 1967 (detail). Stone Lithograph. 37 × 23 1/4...

Lasse Hietala - Advertisement News (Mainosuutiset) - detail

Lasse Hietala

Lasse Hietala was a Finnish graphic designer who won many awards for his work. He studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts from 1945 until 1948. Featured image: Lasse Hietala – Advertisement News (Mainosuutiset) – detail. Lithograph. 39...

Faunagraphic, photo via the artist's official site

Faunagraphic

Faunagraphic is a British street artist, painter, and graphic designer, known for her colorful murals inspired by wildlife, birds, and the cosmos. Her graffiti journey began in 2006, and since then has become the artist’s passion, traveling to paint in...

KKade - photo © Jaime Rojo

Kkade

Pascal Flühmann aka Kkade is a Swiss street artist and graphic designer, whose style is constructed from various elements of graffiti, typography, and calligraphy. He is a member of SCHWARZMALER artist collective. Kkade lives and works in Bern. Featuerd...

Mr. Woodland, photo courtesy of the artist

Mr. Woodland

Mr. Woodland is a German street artist, graphic designer and illustrator, known for his large-scale murals filled with vividly colored figures and animal characters, always telling a story or a scene. In addition to his wall pieces, he owns a graphic design...

Leonard Beaumont printing his etching 'Fribourg', 1928

Leonard Beaumont

Leonard Beaumont was a prominent English printmaker, graphic designer, illustrator and publisher. Born in 1891, he was one of the earliest representative of the new art of linocut printmaking in UK during the early 1930s. Featured image: Leonard Beaumont...

Jan Stanislawski - Winter Landscape (detail)

Jan Stanislawski

Jan Stanislawski was a Polish modernist painter, graphic designer and art educator, as well as founder and member of various innovative art groups and literary societies....

Milton Glaser - Olympia and Ollie (After Manet), 1974 (detail)

Milton Glaser

Milton Glaser is one of the most celebrated graphic designers in the United States. He was the first graphic designer to receive the National Medal of the Arts award. Featured image: Milton Glaser – Olympia and Ollie (After Manet), 1974 (detail)....

Pablito Zago, photo © Eugene Danilkis

Pablito Zago

Pablito Zago is a French street artist, graphic designer and illustrator born in 1973, known mostly for his vibrant and colorful large-scale murals. Although his compositions are poetic and totem-like, they often carry serious social critique. The artist...

Andrew Kuo - Odds, Two Faces, 2015, detail

Andrew Kuo

Andrew Kuo is an American artist, born in 1977 in Queens, New York. Kuo is a painter, sculptor, graphic designer and a contributor to The New York Times. He lives and works in New York. Image copyright © Andrew Kuo...