Graphic Designer : Paula Scher Helped Design And Define The Decade Of Color, Music, And Fun

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During the 1980’s Graphic Designer, Paula Scher helped design and define the decade of color, music, and fun. Scher began her graphic design work by creating designs for the inside of children’s books. Later on, the artist received a larger gig working for record labels such as CBS and Atlantic Records. After she began her work as an album cover artist, Scher’s artwork became known for its exaggerated use of typography and its unique style. Early in her work, Paula built her credibility with her design of the Boston album artwork from 1976. From there Scher continued to shape the decades of the late seventy’s and the early eighty’s by designing albums for Cheap Trick, The Blue Oyster Cult, The Rolling Stones and more. After some time, Paula resigned form the record industry and began her own design company with her friend Terry Koppel. The two designers called the company Koppel & Scher and ran the business for seven years until the recession, which eventually caused them to go their separate ways. By 1991 Paula received an irresistible job offer to work for Pentagram as a graphic de...

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