Alan Peckolick | Biography, Life, Work, Logos and Awards

Alan Peckolick

Alan Peckolick (1940 – Present)

Alan Peckolick is a famous American graphic artist, type designer and photographer. Some of his notable work includes the corporate identities for Revlon and New York University, both typographic logos. He also designed annual reports and other marketing materials for AT&T, Mercedes-Benz, General Motors, Sony, Bell South and Pfizer.

Peckolick graduated from Pratt Institute in 1964 and started working as an assistant to Herb Lubalin. He opened his own office in 1968 but joined “Lubalin, Smith & Carnase” after a few years in 1972. The company later became “Lubalin Peckolick Associates”.

He has won more than 500 prestigious design awards.

Alan Peckolick Elsewhere:

Official website
A Life in Type: Graphic Design of Alan Peckolick
Art in Review: Alan Peckolick

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