Jerry Kuyper | Biography, Life, Work, Logos and Awards
Jerry Kuyper (? – Present)
Jerry Kuyper’s three decades long career in art direction and brand identity development has influenced a generation or two of graphic designers. He has worked for various big-name branding agencies (including Lippincott, Siegel & Gale, Landor, and Saul Bass & Associates), and is sometimes fondly nicknamed the “Forrest Gump” of design.
Jerry earned a B.S. degree in Graphic Design from the University of Cincinnati. After that he completed four years of apprenticeship at the Basel School of Design in Switzerland. He also taught design at the University of Hawaii, Otis Parsons and UCLA Extension.
Kuyper has created visual identities for many prominent organizations and events, including AT&T, Cisco, Sprint, 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Aqua America, Bates Worldwide, Cigna, Genesis Eldercare, Lineage Logistics, LodgeNet Interactive, 360° Communications, Singapore Technologies, and Times Mirror.
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