James Victore

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James Victore
Born1962 (age 60–61)
NationalityUnited States American
EducationThe School of Visual Arts,
New York City
Known forGraphic Design, Fine Art
Notable workVictore, or Who Died and Made You Boss? Abrams (2010)
MoMA Collection: James Victore

James Victore (born in 1962, in the city of Mountain Home, Idaho) is an American art director, designer, and author.[1]

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • “James Victore: Post No Bills” DDD Gallery, Osaka, Japan, 1997
  • Moravian Gallery, Brno, The Czech Republic, 1998
  • Fronta Gallery, Prague April 2000
  • “American Modern Poster” China Fine Art Museum, Beijing, China 1999
  • “Furoshiki Graphics” GGG Gallery Tokyo, Japan, 1999
  • “Images of an Ideal Nation” DePaul University Art Gallery, 1998
  • “Texas Yum-Yum” Bolm Gallery, Austin, Texas, 2004
  • “James Victore: Dirty Dishes” Design Within Reach, New York City, 2005
  • “James Victore: In Gold We Trust” Future Perfect Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, 2006
  • “James Victore Loves His Country” University of Akron, Ohio, 2006
  • International Poster Biennales of Warsaw, Toyama, Brno, Helsinki, Moscow and Mexico


  • Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
  • Palais du Louvre, Paris, France
  • Library of Congress, Washington, DC
  • Museum fur Gestaltung, Zurich
  • Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam


  • Victore, James; Michael Bierut (2010) Victore or, Who Died and Made You Boss? Abrams ISBN 0-8109-9591-3
  • Victore, James; Ross MacDonald (2011) In and Out with Dick and Jane: A Loving Parody Abrams Image ISBN 0810997592
  • Victore, James (2011) Lust: A Traveling Art Journal of Graphic Designer Rockport Publishers ISBN 1592536050
  • Victore, James (2019) Feck Perfuction: Dangerous Ideas on the Business of Life Chronicle Books ISBN 9781452166360


  1. ^ "about". James Victore. Retrieved 2022-06-10.

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