Paula Scher | Biography, Life, Work, Logos and Awards
Paula Scher (1948 – Present)
Paula Scher is an American graphic artist and educator. She studied at the Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania and acquired a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1970. She started her early career working as a record cover art director at both Atlantic and CBS Records in the early 1970s. Scher co-founded Koppel & Scher with fellow Tyler graduate Terry Koppel in 1984. She joined Pentagram as a partner in 1991 after the studio suffered from the recession.
Scher has a distinctive design style that is intricately woven into the cultural life of New York City. She has worked for a wide range of clients in every field imaginable. She has created visual identities for Citibank, The New York City Ballet, Asia Society, among others. Scher is also a prominent educator and speaker. She has taught design at the School of Visual Arts in New York for more than two decades. She also held teaching positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art.
Scher has numerous awards and accolades, both national and international, to his credit and his work has been exhibited widely in various art galleries and museums throughout the world. A few awards she has accomplished over three decades of illustrious career include the Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design and the AIGA Medal.
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