Pierre Bernard (graphic designer)

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This is about the French graphic designer. For the American comedian and graphic designer, see Pierre Bernard (comedian). For other persons known as Pierre Bernard, go to Pierre Bernard (disambiguation).

Pierre Bernard (born in Paris in 1942) is a prominent and internationally acclaimed French graphic artist and designer. He was a member and then the manager for the L’Atelier Création Graphique in Paris, France, an organization he founded along with Dirk Behage and Fokke Draaijer. He was the recipient of the 2006 Prix Erasme.[1][2][3] In 1970, Bernard founded Grapus, a collective of graphic artists who are members of the French Communist Party. Bernard has been a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale since 1987. He was a notable graphic design teacher at the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs (ENSAD) in Paris. Bernard's status as a graphic designer equals that of graphic artists such as Niklaus Troxler and Werner Jekerof of Switzerland and Eiko Ishioka of Japan.

Books by Bernard[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boekraad, Hugues. Pierre Bernard: Mon travail ce n'est pas mon travail, Design pour le domaine public, French and German Editions, amazon.com
  2. ^ Pierre Bernard: Mon travail ce n'est pas mon travail, Design pour le domaine public by Hugues Boekraad, French and German Editions, Product Description, amazon.com
  3. ^ He, Jianping. The Master of Design: Pierre Bernard, PB Books, 2007, 309 pages, ISBN 981-245-427-6