10 forgotten female graphic designers who rose to the top!

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  • FORGOTTEN

    FEMALE GRAPHIC DESIGNERS

    DESPITE GENDER DISPARITIES

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  • you noticed?HAVE

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  • you search for

    graphic designers

    online and in

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  • mostly come

    across men. YOU

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  • in the list of

    famous graphic

    designers,

    EVEN

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  • will mostly see

    men. YOU

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  • are the female

    graphic designers?WHERE

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  • SO WE BEGAN OUR HUNT!

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  • search female

    graphic designers

    whove been

    forgotten.

    TO

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  • SEE IF YOU KNOW

    ANY OF THESE WOMEN.

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  • OLGA KALJAKIN (1950 -2008)

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  • An American graphic designer

    and poster designer

    GET CUSTOM GRAPHICS

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  • Worked for Aspect Ratio, Crew

    Creative, and Peterson

    Publishing

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  • Received Art Directors Club

    award and Hollywood Reporter

    Key Art Awards

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  • For 25 years, she designed

    film posters and worked in

    advertising

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  • She designed posters for movies. THE UNTOUCHABLES

    FIELD OF DREAMS

    THE LAST SAMURAI

    MOONSTRUCK

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  • MARY ROBINSON BLAIR (1911-1978)

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  • An American concept artist

    and character designer

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  • Drew illustrations for ALICE IN WONDERLAND

    CINDERELLA

    SONG OF THE SOUTH

    PETER PAN

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  • Worked with film studiosMETRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER

    UB IWERKS STUDIO

    THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY

    EXPLORE: FILM PRODUCTION HOUSE LOGOS

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  • Freelanced advertising design for BEATRICE FOODS

    PEPSODENT

    NABISCO

    MAXWELL HOUSE

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  • Created colorful murals for

    Disney hotels and parks

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  • MURIEL COOPER (1925-1994)

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  • Pioneering digital designer

    and book designer

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  • Became the first design director

    at MIT Press and designed 500+

    books

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  • Influenced by Bauhaus

    Movement, and Swiss Style

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  • Founded Visible Language

    Workshop and taught interactive

    media design

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  • Work archives displayed

    at Massachusetts College

    of Art and Design

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  • CORITA KENT (1918-1986)

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  • A screen printer and typography

    designer

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  • Popular works: love and peace

    message prints (1960s to 70s)

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  • Credited for participation in

    Pop Culture Movement

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  • Her designs appeared as posters,

    billboards and book jackets.

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  • Design style: used bold imagery

    and bright text

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  • JACQUELINE CASEY (1927-1992)

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  • A graphic designer and

    illustrator known for MIT

    posters

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  • Became director of design at

    the Office of Publications in

    1972 at MIT

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  • Known for modern publicity

    posters using typography

    and visual puns

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  • Work displayed in Museum

    of Modern Art, and Cooper

    Hewitt Museum

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  • Received William J. Gunn Award

    (1988), and Creative Club of

    Boston

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  • IDA RENTOULOUTHWAITE (1888-1960)

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  • An Australian illustrator born

    in Victoria

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  • Specialized in drawing

    images for childrens books

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  • First illustration published in

    1904 by New Idea magazine

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  • Her illustrations were exhibited

    in Australia, London and Paris

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  • LORRAINE FOX (1922-1946)

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  • A 20th century illustrator in a

    male dominated industry

    commercialism

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  • Made style-driven and

    customized illustrations

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  • Was a tom boy, and inspired by

    her brother and his drawings

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  • Drew for magazine covers,

    stories and cooking tutorials

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  • In an interview, she said THE STRUGGLE IS WHAT KEEPS

    YOU ALIVE THE STRUGGLE IS

    IMPORTANT, NOT THE END

    RESULT.

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  • BERTHA M. SPRINKS GOUDY (1869-1935)

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  • An American book compositor,

    book designer, and type setter

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  • Operated Village Press with her

    husband, Frederic Goudy

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  • Limited Editions Club

    Frankenstein 254 page

    book hand set by Bertha

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  • Fred Goudy (for Bertha)

    said that she ENABLED ME TO ATTAIN A

    MEASURE OF SUCCESS WHICH I

    COULD NOT HAVE ACHIEVED

    WITHOUT HER.

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  • Known as the first lady of

    American printers

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  • (1874-1912)

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  • An American graphic artist and

    poster designer, recognized in

    Europe

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  • Studied at Cowles Art School

    and received credit for her

    illustrations

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  • In 1897, she settled in London

    and worked as an illustrator

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  • Modeled for portraits by

    Frances Benjamin Johnston

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  • Her work is shown in ALBERT MORRIS BAGBY, MISS TRUMEREI: A WEIMAR IDYL

    LILY LEWIS ROOD, PIERRE PUVIS DE CHAVANNES: A SKETCH

    GERTRUDE SMITH, THE ARABELLA AND ARAMINTA STORIES

    THE YELLOW BOOK, VOLUMES XII

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  • ELIZABETH COLWELL (1881-1954)

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  • An American graphic artist,

    typographer and illustrator

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  • First woman to be featured in

    The Graphic Arts newspaper

    in 1913

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  • Designed hand-lettered print

    ads at a time when women

    earned $18/week

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  • Published books of her poetry

    with her typography and

    illustrations

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  • The Library of Congress

    exhibited her work in

    Washington in 1945

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  • HOW MANY OF THESE WOMEN

    DID YOU KNOW ABOUT?

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    graphic designers, click the link belowARE FEMALE GRAPHIC DESIGNERS UNDERDOGS?

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