Stefan G. Bucher (born 1973) is an American writer, graphic designer and illustrator. He is the man behind the California design studio 344 Design. Stefan G. Bucher was born in Germany in 1973.
Stefan G. Bucher moved to California to attend the Art Center College of Design and was naturalized as a US citizen in 2009. Upon graduation, Bucher became art director at the advertising agency Wieden & Kennedy in Portland, Oregon
This book was a rather fortuitous find, but it re-awakened my interest in the joy of making things.
This book was a rather fortuitous find, but it re-awakened my interest in the joy of making things. I read and reflected upon the content in it exclusively for a number of weeks. This is particularly rare for me, as I generally have about a dozen books on the go, all in varying stages of completion.
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Stefan G. Bucher is the Art Director of Pasadena-based 344 Design designing CD packages for Sting, Minority Report, The Matrix, Solar Twins, Whitney Houston, Alanis Morissette, S Club 7, and bossa:nova. In a land beyond CDs, he is responsible for the Roxio "Burning CD" logo, as well as for the five and a half pound annual American Photography 17 for which he received the 2002 D&AD Silver Award for "Most Outstanding Complete Book Design".
Stefan G. Bucher (born 1973) is an American writer, graphic designer and illustrator He is the creator of the popular online animation series Daily Monster, For 100 days he filmed himself drawing a new monster every night, based on random ink blots.
In addition to the twenty-five giants, Bucher also profiles twenty of the most exciting upcoming design stars from around the globe. As with the masters, Bucher explores their road to early success, and showcases the work that is currently lifting these young designers into the spotlight. These are their early days, yet the work they are producing is groundbreaking and inspiring.