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Top 4 Graphic Designers Taking Over the Industry

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Top 4 Graphic Designers Taking Over the Industry

June 23
23:54 2022

From billboards to a logo, and wrappings to aesthetic pictures, there is only one human behind this complex work – A Graphic Designer. They develop real or digital visual concepts to express ideas that inspire, instruct, and captivate customers. In addition to this, the world cycle may come to a halt if there’s an absence of graphic designers. Especially in the business world, these creative humans are in massive demand. Printed and digital designs are used by both large and small businesses. A graphic designer is behind any brand’s visual promotion, regardless of what they’re offering. 

Let’s have a look at the top 4 graphic designers whose work leaves us awestruck!

Neville Brody

Neville Brody the English Graphic Designer, Typographer, and Art Director was born on April 23, 1957, in Southgate, London. To commence his innovative career, Brody enrolled in a three-year BA program in graphics at the London College of Printing. He begin his graphic designing by creating posters for college student performances after which Brody was appointed to make record covers for famous musicians such as Clock DVA, Cabaret Voltaire, The Bongos, 23 Skidoo, and Depeche Mode. Moreover, Brody’s amazing work made The Face Magazine and Arena Magazine to hired him as their graphic designer.

David Carson

David Carson was born on September 8, 1955; he is an American graphic designer, surfer, and art director. Carson first tried graphic designing in 1980 at the University of Arizona, when he enrolled in a two-week graphics course taught by Jackson Boelts. Carson began experimenting with graphic design and consistent efforts soon engaged him in Southern California’s artistic and bohemian lifestyle. In 1984, he became the art director of Transworld Skateboarding magazine, contributing to the publication’s distinctive look. By the end of his time there, he had begun to create his characteristic style, which included the use of “filthy” typography and non-traditional photographing approaches

Paula Scher

Paula Scher is regarded as one of the world’s most important graphic designers. Since 1991, Scher has been a partner in Pentagram’s New York office. Her varied style of typography became immensely influential in the 1970s and early 1980s when she began her work as an art director. Paula’s amazing techniques encompass blur the lines between pop culture and fine art, earning her the moniker “master conjurer of the instantly recognizable.” Her images have become iconic, witty, and approachable in the American lexicon. Paula is one of those marvelous graphic designers who have worked with numerous most popular brands out there such as Bloomberg, Microsoft, Adobe, Bausch + Lomb, Coca-Cola, Shake Shack, Perry Ellis, the Walt Disney Company, the Museum of Modern Art, the Sundance Institute, the High Line, and Jazz at Lincoln Center. 

Lucky Lion Nunthatee – LuckyDesigns

Lucky Lion Nunthatee outstandingly famous as LuckyDesigns, is a graphic designer, video editor, and social media influencer. He was born in Los Angeles and is the youngest successful creative out there! The 16-year-old Photoshop enthusiast is on a mission to enhance his talents so that he may work with more clients in the music and YouTube industries. Lucky has amassed a sizable following and clientele as a well-known social media influencer. Moreover, one can rightly call Lucky an empathetic graphic designer who charges his clients

according to their convenience. He recognizes the nuances of his field and provides one-of-a-kind services that allow him to leave an indelible mark on his work as a graphic designer, video editor, and YouTuber. 

These are some of the best graphic designers that are working today and their work is truly making waves in the industry and is benefitting hundreds of people.

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