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Louis Fishauf

Louis Fishauf (1949 ā€“ Present)

Louis Fishauf is an award-winning Canadian graphic designer. Born in 1949, he acquired a degree in communication design from the Ontario College of Art in 1972. He started his early career as a magazine designer, working for a number of mid-sized publications including Chatelaine, The City, City Woman and Saturday Night.

Fishauf started his own design firm – Reactor Art & Design – in 1982, where he worked for a number of high-profile clients such as Roots, Adobe, Bata, Canada Post and Molson Breweries. He has also created visual identities for Sympatico, Adbeast, Alias, Intact Insurance and Toronto Life.

He received the Les Usherwood lifetime achievement award from the Advertising & Design Club of Canada (ADCC) in 1991.

Louis Fishauf Elsewhere:

Official website
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