Tom Geismar

Tom Geismar is well known graphic designer who attended the Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University. He received his master’s degree in graphic design from Yale University, school of art and architecture.

Tom Geismar is known for his designs in Xerox, Chase Manhattan Bank, Best Products, Gemini Consulting, PBS, Univision, Rockefeller Center and Mobil Oil. He is also a founding partner of ‘Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv’ a leading graphic design firm in the fields of corporate identity, brand development and logo design.

His projects include major tourist attractions as the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, the Statue of liberty Museum and many more. He has received all the major awards in the field, including one of the first Presidential Design Awards for helping to establish a national system of standardized transportation symbols.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Geismar

http://tomgeismar.com

http://www.cghnyc.com/identities/chase-bank/

http://www.cghnyc.com/identities/mobil/

http://www.logodesignlove.com/tom-geismar-interview

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2 thoughts on “Tom Geismar”

  1. The red fuel cap on the mobile logo has a miraculous contrast with the other blue letters. The statue of liberty museum logo is pretty good too, interesting shapes and no solid outline also another good choice of colour. Thumbs up.

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  2. I really like how simple Tom Geismar’s designs are but how easy they are to read and identify the product that there selling.

    His use of colour is great, I like how he usually uses two colour’s, highlighting one object that makes it easy to read and gives a good understanding of what the company’s about.

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