Paula Scher (Pentagram) designs bold new identity for New York’s Atlantic Theater Company

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Paula Scher on Combinatorial Creativity: We can pick our teachers and we can pick our friends and we can pick the books we read and the music we listen to and the movies we see, etcetera. You are a mashup of what you let into your life.

Paula Scher on Combinatorial Creativity

Poster for Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk from Paula Scher at Pentagram has an amazing body of creative play posters done for Public Theatre of New York

Paula Scher - 1995 - Part of 'Bring in Da Noise Bring in Da Funk' Series  I must say I was skeptical, but it was great fun

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Three-sheet poster from this year's Shakespeare in the Park campaign by Paula Scher

Three-sheet poster from this year's Shakespeare in the Park campaign by Paula Scher

The Public Theater Poster by Paula Scher

Artist Research – Paula Scher

Pentagram designer Paula Scher draws an immersive map of Philadelphia at Temple Contemporary that invites viewers to step into the city and gives Google Maps a run for its money. | Grafik

Pentagram designer Paula Scher draws an immersive map of Philadelphia at Temple…

Paula Scher & Pentagram: 19th season of Shakespeare in the Park

Three-sheet poster from this year's Shakespeare in the Park campaign. Paula Scher her gorgeous Public posters

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Designer, Paula Scher

Poster created by designers as an homage to the artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec on the anniversary of his death. Design by Paula Scher.

Paula Scher "Public Enemy"

The subject's face is split at the jaw, with different words playing between the upper lip and lower jaw. The art seems to make the statement that what you say could make you a public enemy.

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