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Barry Zaid Joined Push Pin. Canadian who majored in architecture, english, then self-taught gd. Revived ART DECO geometric forms. 1970's ART DECO book cover (orange,black,green,white, broadway-looking typeface)
David Lance Goines From Oregon. Expelled from Berkeley for the free-speech movement. Learned at the Berkeley free press and when it failed, he renamed it the Saint Hieronymous Press. Symmetrical comp, simplified lines, planes of flat color. (Train with wings)
European Visual Poets Poetic approach to gd. They defined gd as unexpected images to convey ideas or feelings. Kieser lead this movement by fixing communication probs. His work held meaning. (Alabama Blues Poster)
Gunter Rambow Collabed with Sand and Lienemeyer. His work included manipulated photography. b/w, straightforward images that portrayed poetry. Sense of magic or mystery. Floating hand holding book.
Henryk Tomaszewski Arose as head of the Polish school of Poster Art after trepkowski's death.
James McMullan Revived watercolor. Watercolor works used energetic lines, multiple images, spatial depth. Anna Christie poster (colorful woman with drink and subtle ships behind red lines. Beautiful purple shadows)
John Berg Art director for CBS Columbia Records. Created album covers. Worked with many illustrators and photographers to convey the music inside of the cover. (vinyl records)
Milton Glaser Part of the Push Pin studio with Chwast but left to pursue other interests. Glaser's work was 2d/flat, curvilinear. His work that teased the viewer to fill in the details with their own imagination. Bob Dylan poster (nouveau) and DADA SURREALISM table.
Paul Davis Was in Push Pin. First appeared in Push Pin Graphic mag. His work involved painterly type and image. (3 PENNY OPERA/man in bowler hat)
Psychedelic Posters Colorful, wavy, curvilinear nouveau lines. Associated with music and the younger generation. Reached its peak in the early 70's and retreated to campuses where people would walk around and see the posters.
Push Pin Studio Founded by Chwast, Reynolds, and Ruffins while Glaser was in Italy. Published a mag bi-monthly called the Push Pin Almanack. Now the mag is called Push Pin Graphic and the company is directed by Chwast.
Seymour Chwast Shared a loft studio with Glaser and were the last out of four to keep a partnership in the Push Pin Studio. He is the director of the Push Pin Studio. His work is flat, colorful, and looks like a child's artwork. Art is.. wHATever
The Conceptual Image
The Polish Poster Poland was invaded and devastated by Hitler's attack. The Polish school of Poster Art arose. Started with colorful light designs by Tomaszewski and then turned metaphysical darker surrealism reflecting constraints and regime on Poland.
The Third World Poster Latin A, Africa, and Asian were the 3rd world. Media was limited so posters became successful. They challenged authority and expressed dissent. They tackle political and social issues. Cuba was big and led by Fidel Castro who met with designers.
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