this morning earlier with silversoft company it came to a beautiful notice on the lack ofknowledge of pure designing and exposure tests but inzaideout was far ahead of us thats y Dominitech made it easy and brought good ideas with inzaideout for a good business brandings and with collaboration with silver soft .
along the line at 2pm -4pm this evening at bananna ireland dominitech met wit this great femle graphics ledgend PAULA SCHER …here is what she said below\
i have never been this happy to meet with your great apptitude company…..
With Susan Kare we started a series of blog entries at telling advertising agency to talk about the great graphic designers of history. We saw that thanks to talent and work it was possible to find a place in an era where men were the big names in the world of Graphic Design and Advertising.
Today we are going to review the life and work of Paula Scher. The great graphic designer of the 90s in the United States and one of the most relevant figures of graphic design
by the upcoming (DOMINITECH, INZAIDEOUT KRETIONS SILVERSOFT XCLUSIVE)
In her years at CBS Records, Paula Scher moved between pop culture and fine arts; endowing his designs with an eclectic approach that became highly influential. He developed a typographic solution based on Art Deco and Russian Constructivism, incorporating obsolete typefaces into his work.
In 1984 he would leave CBS Records to found Koppel & Scher with Terry Koppel, friend and colleague of the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. There he learned to survive day to day, a situation very different from his status on CBS.
Terry Koppel was an editorial designer and complemented much of the day-to-day of the agency. Thus, Scher was able to work quietly on what he was most passionate about: design.\
here are her ubc (paula)