Seymour Chwast (b. 1931, The Bronx, New York City) is one of the most highly-regarded graphic designers in American history. He has executed hundreds of advertising campaigns, designed multiple popular typefaces, illustrated or been the subject of dozens of books, and created several children’s’ books of his own. Referred to as “the left-handed designer,” he has worked social commentary into his design for decades, including through his biannual journal The Nose. Chwast founded the design group Push Pin Studios with Milton Glaser, Edward Sorel, and Reynold Ruffins in 1954, and continues to head and work via the company at age 92.
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