Richard B. Doubleday


Richard B. Doubleday is an Assistant Professor of Art in the Department of Graphic Design at Louisiana State University’s School of Art. He is a former Senior Lecturer in the Master of Arts in Graphic Design program at Suffolk University and Assistant Professor of Art in the Department of Graphic Design at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts.

John Moore


John Moore is one of the most prolific tipographic designers of Venezuela, he studied graphic design in the Institute of graphic design Neumann from 1972 until 1976. In 1980 he taked a workshop with Milton Glaser and since 1983 he has worked as an art director and creative director in many advertisign agencies as Foote Cone & Belding, Leo Burnet

Luba Lukova


Regarded as one of the most distinctive image makers working today, Luba Lukova has held solo exhibitions at UNESCO in Paris, DDD Gallery in Osaka, La MaMa in New York and the Art Institute of Boston. Her many awards include the Grand Prix Savignac at the International Poster Salon in Paris, the Gold Pencil

Charis Tsevis


Charis Tsevis is an award winning visual designer living and working in Athens,Greece. He holds a Diploma of Graphic Design from the Akademie fur das Grafishe Gewerbe, Munchen and a Master in Visual Design from the Scuola Politecnica di Design, Milano. He manages a modest studio by the name of Tsevis Visual Design in Athens serving clients all over the world. His client list includes companies like Nike, Toyota, IKEA, PepsiCo, Unilever, Best Buys, Sanyo, Bradesco Bank, Saatchi and Saatchi, BBH, Leo Burnett, Publicis and media like Time, Fortune, Los Angeles Times, Sunday Times, Wired, Panorama, Epoca, MacFan, RAM, Focus and many more. Charis is a part time professor of Editorial Design and Typography at the AKTO College of Art and Design since the year 1996. He has also presented seminars at the Panteion University of Athens and he has given lectures in numerous national and international conferences and symposiums like the International Conference on Typography and Visual Communication, the TEDx Athens, the Adobe D-Day and many more. Charis Tsevis is also a regular columnist in some of the most respected design and computer magazines in Greece (+design, RAM etc.). He has also written 2 books about Adobe Photoshop. Charis’ work is awarded in ED Awards (Europe), Epica Awards (Europe), NPSA (USA), Behance (USA), EBGE (Greece) and others. His work has been featured in many books, magazines and websites around the world.

Andrew Lewis


Andrew Lewis, an internationally recognized Canadian art director and graphic designer, is widely acclaimed for his award-winning corporate brand identities, ground-breaking consumer packaging and bold poster art. A much sought after lecturer/speaker at design conferences and universities in Canada, USA, Latin America, as well as Europe and Asia, his work is included in myriad international collections, design conferences, poster biennials and design text books. His clients span the globe and include such household names at Perrier, Starbucks, Zyliss and VISA. Lewis was recently heralded by Rockport Publishing as one of “The 30 New Poster Masters”. To date, Andrew Lewis Design has designed over 625 posters, with a total print run of almost one million copies, destined for distribution around the world.

Wu Zhonghao


Wu Zhonghao, designer, curator, teacher, education psychology, visual strategy alliance founder, chairman of the Asian graphic design exhibition, AGDIE founder, chief curator. Researchers at the University of Jinan design strategy and prototype Innovation Research Institute, Council member of the international graphic design of ICO-D, American Graphic Designers Association member of the AIGA, Chinese Packaging Federation Design Committee member. As the “China Design Yearbook” editorial, “APD Asia Pacific Design Yearbook” guest editor, won the Leipzig International Poster Festival first prize, the German Political Poster Biennial hundred honor. Black and white graphics design enjoys high reputation in the international community in graphic design. In Italy invited to Mexico, Spain, etc. as the judges. Instructing students to participate in domestic and international design competitions and awards.

Tomoko Miyagawa


Born in1976 in Gifu, Japan. Graphic designer Yu-graphic ( Part-time lecturer of Aichi Sangyo University. Education: Graduated from Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, Gifu University in 1999. Exhibitions: International Poster Biennial of Mexico, Golden Bee, International Poster and Graphic Design Festival of Chaumont, Good 50 x 70 The social communication project Poster for tomorrow 2010 “Death is not Justice”, Tehran International Poster Biennial, Homage to Henryk Tomaszewski

Susan Lee Quee


Susan Lee Quee, is a Digital Design Consultant and Lecturerin Visual Communications and Digital Design at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. She is member of both the EMC Rex Nettleford Conference 2011 and Jonkanoo Journal editorial and design committees. Born in the United Kingdom, Susan is passionate about creating memorable and engaging design and new media projects that focus and promote her Jamaican and Caribbean arts, culture, history and heritage roots. She studied at Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston. She has created , graphic design, corporate identity programmes and publications for Jamaican and International companies. She is Creative Director of Lee Quee Creative – a design agency based in Kingston, Jamaica. Contact: | [email protected]

Pamela Campagna


Pamela Campagna, graduated in economics at the University of Bari, is a self-taught graphic designer. After working for various cultural organizations such as Franklin Furnace Archive in New York, Pistoletto Foundation in Biella and Esterni in Milan, in 2006 she moved to Seville, where she co-founded with Thomas Scheiderbauer L-ABLE, a small itinerant design studio, concentrating its graphic work on cultural and social issues. L-able has designed several campaigns for Solidaridad Internacional and his creations have been used by the WWF, by Piemonte Parchi, by Tufts University in Medford (Massachusetts) and by UNICEF to illustrate social problems. Their work has been exhibited in several museums, cultural centers, galleries such as the CAS – the Art Center of Seville, Arts décoratifs – Palais du Louvre in Paris, Triennale in Milan, Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome, Galleria Civica di Modena, the National Museum of La Paz and also exhibited in international graphic events such as Graphisme dans la Rue in Paris, ManifestaZOOne in Cuneo, 100% Design in Tokyo and Seoul, the triennial AntiAIDS Ukraine-Kiev, the 11th Triennial of Political Posters in Mons and the 18th Lahti Poster Biennial in Finland. At the moment L-able is based in Polignano a Mare, on a small terrace overlooking the sea. To get an overview of his work please visit:

Ola Kot


Ola Kot is a Warsaw based polish designer. She graduated from the Graphic Department at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts in 2005, and received a Publishing Graphic Designer diploma and a distinction. Since then, she has been involved in numerous projects and has been collaborating with polish cultural institutions like Polish Film Institute, Filmoteka Narodowa (National Film Archive), Warsaw Rising Museum and other private initiatives. designing for them mostly posters, books but also other kinds of advertising materials. She is a research worker at the Academy of FIne Arts in Warsaw. Many of Ola Kot’s designs have gained wide recognition. Her work has been presented on many exhibitions and biennials and has been awarded many times.