Sven Seger | Biography, Life, Work, Logos and Awards
Sven Seger (? – Present)
Sven Seger has a long-standing reputation as a highly regarded graphic designer and creative consultant. He received his early education in Hamuburg, Germany and studied architecture at the University of Fine Arts, securing a Masters degree in graphic design from the International School of Graphik-Design Alsterdamm. Seger started his career in the early 1990s working in local design studios. He gained fame in his country when he created a new corporate identity for the unified German government, symbolizing the notion of democracy.
After a few years, he moved to New York and worked for leading American firms, such as Enterprise IG, FutureBrand and Siegel + Gale, as a creative director. A remarkably dynamic and creative leader, he has supervised major branding and design programs for prominent corporations such as Samsung, Bank of America, Marriott, American Airlines, Pfizer, Sony PlayStation, Disney, Bacardi, UPS, Arthur Andersen, Oppenheimer Funds and Chase Manhattan Bank.
Seger is also an outstanding educator. He has lectured at the AIGA and various universities throughout his career. His work has been featured in several books and publications such as The New York Times and Print Magazine.
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