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Well-Known Graphic Designer, Alan Peckolick, Bridges the Gap Between Commercial Art and Fine Art

March 31, 2010

DiscoveredArtists.com Brand Alan Peckolick (born 1940 in Bronx, NY) is an internationally recognized American graphic designer, artist, and photographer.

Peckolick is known for the typographic forms he created. His fascination for the graphic letter form underpins much of his work as he draws much of his inspiration from historic signage and lettering from around the world. His projects have included logo design and corporate identity for such clients as Revlon and New York University (typographic logo). He has designed annual reports for some of the Fortune 500, AT&T, General Motors, Bell South and Pfizer. Internationally he has worked for Society General (France), Grupo Industrial Alfa (Mexico), Mercedes-Benz (Germany), Sony (Japan).

Upon graduating from Pratt Institute in 1964, Peckolick went to work as the assistant to the renowned designer Herb Lubalin. In 1968 he opened his own design office. In 1972 he joined Lubalin, Smith & Carnase, and several years later the company was reorganized and renamed Lubalin Peckolick Associates.

Peckolick has been painting professionally since 1998. He is represented in London (Cosa Gallery), New York (Atlantic Gallery), and in Key West, FL (Lucky Street Gallery). His paintings are in numerous private collections in the US and Europe.

To view a fantastic body of Alan’s work and to purchase, please visit his gallery on DiscoveredArtists.com: http://www.discoveredartists.com/artist/alanart

Home Front by Alan Peckolick

Home Front by Alan Peckolick

The Haircut by Alan Peckolick

The Haircut by Alan Peckolick

Brooklyn Bridge by Alan Peckolick

Brooklyn Bridge by Alan Peckolick

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  1. June 13, 2010 6:37 am

    nice article and very good post thanks for this wonderful photos and article thanks

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