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      • PAULA SCHER, THE LETTER I, SCREENPRINT
        Apr. 27, 2024

        PAULA SCHER, THE LETTER I, SCREENPRINT

        Est: $500 - $700

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: The Letter I Portfolio: The Alphabet Portfolio Year: 1994 Medium: Screenprint Image Size: 34 x 22 inches Size: 35 x 23 in. (88.9 x 58.42 cm) Publisher: Ambassador Arts and Champion Description: This screenprint contains the letter "I" designed by Paula Scher. It belongs to "The Alphabet Portfolio", a series of 26 screenprinted posters.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Eight (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Mar. 30, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Eight (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) Eight (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (80/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Two (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Mar. 30, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Two (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) Two (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (24/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), One (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Mar. 30, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), One (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) One (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (118/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • PAULA SCHER, THE LETTER G, SCREENPRINT
        Mar. 20, 2024

        PAULA SCHER, THE LETTER G, SCREENPRINT

        Est: $500 - $700

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: The Letter G Portfolio: The Alphabet Portfolio Year: 1994 Medium: Screenprint Image Size: 33.75 x 22 inches Size: 35 x 23 in. (88.9 x 58.42 cm) Publisher: Ambassador Arts and Champion Description: This screenprint contains the letter "G" designed by Paula Scher. It belongs to "The Alphabet Portfolio", a series of 26 screenprinted posters.

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      • PAULA SCHER, THE LETTER I, SCREENPRINT
        Mar. 20, 2024

        PAULA SCHER, THE LETTER I, SCREENPRINT

        Est: $500 - $700

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: The Letter I Portfolio: The Alphabet Portfolio Year: 1994 Medium: Screenprint Image Size: 34 x 22 inches Size: 35 x 23 in. (88.9 x 58.42 cm) Publisher: Ambassador Arts and Champion Description: This screenprint contains the letter "I" designed by Paula Scher. It belongs to "The Alphabet Portfolio", a series of 26 screenprinted posters.

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      • PAULA SCHER (AMERICAN B.1948)
        Feb. 13, 2024

        PAULA SCHER (AMERICAN B.1948)

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        PAULA SCHER (AMERICAN B.1948) London 2018 signed, dated and numbered 41/150 in pencil screenprint in colours on wove published by ARTContent Editions Limited, Vancouver sheet 101.2 x 114cm framed

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), One (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Feb. 10, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), One (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) One (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (118/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Two (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Feb. 10, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Two (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) Two (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (24/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Three (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Feb. 10, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Three (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) Three (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (40/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Four (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Feb. 10, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Four (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) Four (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (50/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Five (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Feb. 10, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Five (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) Five (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (100/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Seven (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Feb. 10, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Seven (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) Seven (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (10/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Eight (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W
        Feb. 10, 2024

        Paula Scher, New York (B. 1948), Eight (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46"H x 30"W

        Est: $160 - $200

        Paula Scher New York, (B. 1948) Eight (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper Pencil signed and numbered (80/125) lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • PAULA SCHER, WINTER, SCREENPRINT
        Jan. 01, 2024

        PAULA SCHER, WINTER, SCREENPRINT

        Est: $450 - $850

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: Winter Year: 1987 Medium: Screenprint, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 190, PP Image Size: 31 x 25 inches Size: 36 x 29 in. (91.44 x 73.66 cm) Printer: Description: From the portfolio "The Four Seasons" depicted the four seasons with text and flowers, this print by Pop artist Paula Scher uses a simple, collage-like style to create its composition. The piece is signed and numbered by the artist in pencil.

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      • PAULA SCHER, THE LETTER P, SCREENPRINT
        Dec. 15, 2023

        PAULA SCHER, THE LETTER P, SCREENPRINT

        Est: $500 - $700

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: The Letter P Portfolio: The Alphabet Portfolio Year: 1994 Medium: Screenprint Image Size: 33.75 x 22.75 inches Size: 35 x 23 in. (88.9 x 58.42 cm) Publisher: Ambassador Arts and Champion Description: This screenprint contains the letter "P" designed by Paula Scher. It belongs to "The Alphabet Portfolio", a series of 26 screenprinted posters.

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      • PAULA SCHER, WINTER, SCREENPRINT
        Dec. 15, 2023

        PAULA SCHER, WINTER, SCREENPRINT

        Est: $600 - $850

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: Winter Year: 1987 Medium: Screenprint, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 190, PP Image Size: 31 x 25 inches Size: 36 x 29 in. (91.44 x 73.66 cm) Printer: Description: From the portfolio "The Four Seasons" depicted the four seasons with text and flowers, this print by Pop artist Paula Scher uses a simple, collage-like style to create its composition. The piece is signed and numbered by the artist in pencil.

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      • PAULA SCHER, SUMMER, SCREENPRINT ON RIVES BFK
        Nov. 04, 2023

        PAULA SCHER, SUMMER, SCREENPRINT ON RIVES BFK

        Est: $700 - $900

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: Summer Year: 1987 Medium: Screenprint on Rives BFK, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 190 Size: 36 x 29 in. (91.44 x 73.66 cm) Description: A close-up image of a flower, maybe a lily or a hibiscus, in simplified colors. Across the top of the image, the word Summer is spelled out in red and the figure of a woman in a red bathing suit and cap seems to be mid-dive into the heart of the flower. This print is signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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      • Paula Scher, Summer, Screenprint on Rives BFK
        Jul. 27, 2023

        Paula Scher, Summer, Screenprint on Rives BFK

        Est: $650 - $850

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: Summer Year: 1987 Medium: Screenprint on Rives BFK, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 190 Size: 36 x 29 in. (91.44 x 73.66 cm) Description: A close-up image of a flower, maybe a lily or a hibiscus, in simplified colors. Across the top of the image, the word Summer is spelled out in red and the figure of a woman in a red bathing suit and cap seems to be mid-dive into the heart of the flower. This print is signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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      • PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Paris screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanquarelle pa
        Jul. 19, 2023

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Paris screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanquarelle pa

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Paris screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanquarelle paper, 2012, signed, titled and dated in pencil, numbered 'PP 2/6' (a printer's proof, the edition was 60), published by Pentagram Press, New York, with full margins, in very good condition Image: 33^3 ⁄_8 x 35 in. (848 x 889 mm.) Sheet: 40 x 41^1 ⁄_2 in. (1016 x 1054 mm.)

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      • PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) China screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanaquarelle p
        Jul. 19, 2023

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) China screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanaquarelle p

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) China screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanaquarelle paper, 2008, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 'PP 1/5' (a printer's proof, the edition was 90), published by Pentagram Press, New York, with full margins, in generally very good condition Image: 36^1 ⁄_4 x 45 in. (920 x 1143 mm.) Sheet: 41^1 ⁄_4 x 49^1 ⁄_8 in. (1048 x 1248 mm.)

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      • PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) USA Distances screenprint in colors, on heavy wove pa
        Jul. 19, 2023

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) USA Distances screenprint in colors, on heavy wove pa

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) USA Distances screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 2018, signed in pencil, numbered 'PP 6/6' (a printer's proof, the edition was 150), published by ARTContent Editions Limited, Vancouver, Canada, with full margins, in generally very good condition Image: 38^1 ⁄_8 x 54 in. (968 x 1317 mm.) Sheet: 40 x 56 in. (1016 x 1422 mm.)

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      • PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) London screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 20
        Jul. 19, 2023

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) London screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 20

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) London screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 2018, signed and dated in pencil, numbered '6/6 PP' (a printer's proof, the edition was 150), published by ARTContent Editions Limited, Vancouver, Canada, with full margins, in very good condition Image: 36 x 41 in. (914 x 1041 mm.) Sheet: 40^1 ⁄_8 x 45^1 ⁄_8 in. (1019 x 1146 mm.)

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      • PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Berlin screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 20
        Jul. 19, 2023

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Berlin screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 20

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Berlin screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 2018, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 'PP 1/6' (a printer's proof, the edition was 150), published by ARTContent Editions Limited, Vancouver, Canada, with full margins, in generally good condition Image: 37^1 ⁄_4 x 47^3 ⁄_8 in. (943 x 1203 mm.) Sheet: 39^3 ⁄_8 x 49^5 ⁄_8 in. (1000 x 1261 mm.)

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      • PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Rome screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 2018
        Jul. 19, 2023

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Rome screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 2018

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) Rome screenprint in colors, on heavy wove paper, 2018, signed in pencil, numbered 'PP 6/6' (a printer's proof, the edition was 150), published by ARTContent Editions Limited, Vancouver, Canada, with full margins, in very good condition Image: 44^3 ⁄_4 x 36 in. (1127 x 914 mm.) Sheet: 48 x 39^3 ⁄_8 in. (1219 x 1000 mm.)

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      • PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) NYC Transit screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanquare
        Jul. 19, 2023

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) NYC Transit screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanquare

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        PAULA SCHER (B. 1948) NYC Transit screenprint in colors, on Deluxe Lanquarelle paper, 2008, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 'PP 4/5' (a printer's proof, the edition was 90), published by Pentagram Press, New York, with full margins, in generally good condition Image: 52^5 ⁄_8 x 27^5 ⁄_8 in. (1337 x 702 mm.) Sheet: 59^7 ⁄_8 x 34^1 ⁄_2 in. (1521 x 876 mm.)

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      • PAULA SCHER, SUMMER, SCREENPRINT ON RIVES BFK
        Jul. 06, 2023

        PAULA SCHER, SUMMER, SCREENPRINT ON RIVES BFK

        Est: $600 - $900

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: Summer Year: 1987 Medium: Screenprint on Rives BFK, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 190 Size: 36 x 29 in. (91.44 x 73.66 cm) Description: A close-up image of a flower, maybe a lily or a hibiscus, in simplified colors. Across the top of the image, the word Summer is spelled out in red and the figure of a woman in a red bathing suit and cap seems to be mid-dive into the heart of the flower. This print is signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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      • Paula Scher, Summer, Screenprint on Rives BFK
        Jun. 03, 2023

        Paula Scher, Summer, Screenprint on Rives BFK

        Est: $700 - $900

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: Summer Year: 1987 Medium: Screenprint on Rives BFK, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 190 Size: 36 x 29 in. (91.44 x 73.66 cm) Description: A close-up image of a flower, maybe a lily or a hibiscus, in simplified colors. Across the top of the image, the word Summer is spelled out in red and the figure of a woman in a red bathing suit and cap seems to be mid-dive into the heart of the flower. This print is signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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      • PAULA SCHER, SUMMER, SCREENPRINT ON RIVES BFK, SIGNED AND NUMBERED IN PENCIL
        Mar. 28, 2023

        PAULA SCHER, SUMMER, SCREENPRINT ON RIVES BFK, SIGNED AND NUMBERED IN PENCIL

        Est: $700 - $900

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: Summer Year: 1987 Medium: Screenprint on Rives BFK, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 190 Size: 36 x 29 in. (91.44 x 73.66 cm) Description: A close-up image of a flower, maybe a lily or a hibiscus, in simplified colors. Across the top of the image, the word Summer is spelled out in red and the figure of a woman in a red bathing suit and cap seems to be mid-dive into the heart of the flower. This print is signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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      • PAULA SCHER, SUMMER, SCREENPRINT ON RIVES BFK
        Feb. 28, 2023

        PAULA SCHER, SUMMER, SCREENPRINT ON RIVES BFK

        Est: $700 - $900

        Artist: Paula Scher, American (1948 - ) Title: Summer Year: 1987 Medium: Screenprint on Rives BFK, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 190 Size: 36 x 29 in. (91.44 x 73.66 cm) Description: A close-up image of a flower, maybe a lily or a hibiscus, in simplified colors. Across the top of the image, the word Summer is spelled out in red and the figure of a woman in a red bathing suit and cap seems to be mid-dive into the heart of the flower. This print is signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (b.1948), Eight (Number's Series), 65/125, silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"
        Feb. 26, 2023

        Paula Scher, New York (b.1948), Eight (Number's Series), 65/125, silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Paula Scher New York, (b.1948) Eight (Number's Series), 65/125 silkscreen on paper pencil signed lower right and numbered lower left. Small tear in one corner. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Seven (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"
        Feb. 26, 2023

        Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Seven (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Paula Scher New York, (b. 1948) Seven (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper pencil signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Five (Numbers Series), 106/125, silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"
        Feb. 26, 2023

        Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Five (Numbers Series), 106/125, silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Paula Scher New York, (b. 1948) Five (Numbers Series), 106/125 silkscreen on paper pencil signed and numbered lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Six (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"
        Feb. 26, 2023

        Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Six (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Paula Scher New York, (b. 1948) Six (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper pencil signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Three (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"
        Feb. 26, 2023

        Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Three (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Paula Scher New York, (b. 1948) Three (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper pencil signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Four (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"
        Feb. 26, 2023

        Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Four (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Paula Scher New York, (b. 1948) Four (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper pencil signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

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      • Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Two (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"
        Feb. 26, 2023

        Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), Two (Numbers Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Paula Scher New York, (b. 1948) Two (Numbers Series) silkscreen on paper pencil signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), One (Number Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"
        Feb. 26, 2023

        Paula Scher, New York (b. 1948), One (Number Series), silkscreen on paper, 46" x 30"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Paula Scher New York, (b. 1948) One (Number Series) silkscreen on paper pencil signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from the website of the American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA). For more than three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and early '80s, when her eclectic approach to typography became highly influential. In the mid-1990s her landmark identity for The Public Theater fused high and low into a wholly new symbology for cultural institutions, and her recent architectural collaborations have re-imagined the urban landscape as a dynamic environment of dimensional graphic design. Her graphic identities for Citibank and Tiffany & Co. have become case studies for the contemporary regeneration of classic American brands. Scher has developed identities, packaging for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, The New York Times Magazine, Perry Ellis, Bloomberg, Target, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the New 42nd Street, the New York Botanical Garden, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. In 1996 Scher's widely imitated identity for the Public Theater won the coveted Beacon Award for integrated corporate design strategy. She serves on the board of The Public Theater, and is a frequent design contributor to The New York Times, GQ and other publications. In 1998 Scher was named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, and in 2000 she received the prestigious Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She has served on the national board of AIGA and was president of its New York chapter from 1998 to 2000. In 2001 she received the profession's highest honor, the AIGA Medal, in recognition of her distinguished achievements and contributions to the field. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; the Denver Art Museum; and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Scher holds a BFA from the Tyler School of Art and a Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has lectured and exhibited all over the world, and her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art. She has authored numerous articles on design-related subjects for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, PRINT, Graphis and other publications, and in 2002 Princeton Architectural Press published her career monograph Make It Bigger.

        Ripley Auctions
      • USA Airline Routes
        Oct. 28, 2022

        USA Airline Routes

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Paula Scher b. 1948 USA Airline Routes signed in pencil, dated and numbered 80/90 digital pigment print in colors on wove paper image: 36¾ by 53⅞ in. 934 by 1370 mm. sheet: 43¾ by 60 in. 1110 by 1525 mm. Executed in 2020; this impression is number 80 from the edition of 90, published by the Friends of the Jewish Museum. Bid on Sotheby's

        Sotheby's
      • Paula Scher, American b.1948- China, 2013; screenprint in colours on wove, signed, dated and nu
        Mar. 09, 2021

        Paula Scher, American b.1948- China, 2013; screenprint in colours on wove, signed, dated and nu

        Est: £200 - £300

        Paula Scher, American b.1948- China, 2013; screenprint in colours on wove, signed, dated and numbered 94/95 in pencil, sheet 71.5 x 62.5cm (unframed) Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • Paula Scher, The Four Seasons
        Nov. 12, 2020

        Paula Scher, The Four Seasons

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paula Scher The Four Seasons screenprints in colors 35.5 h × 29.5 w in (90 × 75 cm) Signed and inscribed to lower edge of each example 'AP Paula Scher'. These works are artist's proofs apart from the numbered edition. Condition of the item is not included in this description. Condition reports are available from Rago upon request. Rago strongly recommends that you review a condition report for each item on which you plan to bid. Email [email protected] to request a condition report.

        Rago Arts and Auction Center
      • Paula Scher (born 1948); The United States (White);
        Oct. 30, 2020

        Paula Scher (born 1948); The United States (White);

        Est: $5,500 - $7,500

        Paula Scher (born 1948) The United States (White), 2007 Screenprint in colors on Coventry rag paper, signed in pencil and numbered 12/15, printed by Alex Heinrici, Fine Art Printing, New York, with full margins, framed. 36 5/8 x 53 3/4in (93 x 136.5cm) sheet 43 1/2 x 60in (110.1 x 152.4cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • PAULA SCHER (1948- ). "TOMATO" "D'AMATO" / LET'S CALL THE WHOLE THING OFF. 1998. 35x23 inches, 90x60 cm. Pentagram, [New York.]
        Jun. 18, 2020

        PAULA SCHER (1948- ). "TOMATO" "D'AMATO" / LET'S CALL THE WHOLE THING OFF. 1998. 35x23 inches, 90x60 cm. Pentagram, [New York.]

        Est: $600 - $900

        PAULA SCHER (1948- ) "TOMATO" "D'AMATO" / LET'S CALL THE WHOLE THING OFF. 1998. 35 3/4x23 3/4 inches, 90 3/4x60 1/4 cm. Pentagram, [New York.] Condition A: minor creases at edges. Paper.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Paula Scher (born 1948); The United States (White);
        Jun. 05, 2020

        Paula Scher (born 1948); The United States (White);

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        Paula Scher (born 1948) The United States (White), 2007 Screenprint in colors on Coventry rag paper, signed in pencil and numbered 12/15, printed by Alex Heinrici, Fine Art Printing, New York, with full margins, framed. 36 5/8 x 53 3/4in (93 x 136.5cm) sheet 43 1/2 x 60in (110.1 x 152.4cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • Scher. Set of 8 posters inc Public Theater. Big A.
        May. 14, 2020

        Scher. Set of 8 posters inc Public Theater. Big A.

        Est: $400 - $600

        Scher, Paula. (American, b. 1948). 8 Serigraph posters: A set of 7 for Public Theater, and "The Big A." poster. (1) Big A. Printed on thin, delicate paper. The plays are (1) "Simpatico," (2) "Blade to the Heat," (3) "Silence, Cunning, Exile," (4) "Merchant of Venice," (5) "Him," (6) "The Diva is Dismissed" and (7) "Dog Opera". 1994/1995. Posters measure approximately 29” x 44” to 36” x 53". Provenance Photographs supplied by Serigrafia. Condition Theater Posters are near fine. Big A was printed on delicate paper which is toned, as expected. Rolled.

        Quinn's Auction Galleries
      • Paula Scher (born 1948); The United States (White);
        Nov. 01, 2019

        Paula Scher (born 1948); The United States (White);

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        Paula Scher (born 1948) The United States (White), 2007 Screenprint in colors on Coventry rag paper, signed in pencil and numbered 11/15, printed by Alex Heinrici, Fine Art Printing, New York, with full margins. 36 5/8 x 53 3/4in (93 x 136.5cm) sheet 43 1/2 x 60in (110.1 x 152.4cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • PAULA SCHER (1948- ). THE PUBLIC THEATER. Group of 7 posters. Circa 1990s. Each approximately 46x30 inches, 116x76 cm.
        May. 23, 2019

        PAULA SCHER (1948- ). THE PUBLIC THEATER. Group of 7 posters. Circa 1990s. Each approximately 46x30 inches, 116x76 cm.

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        PAULA SCHER (1948- ) THE PUBLIC THEATER. Group of 7 posters. Circa 1990s. Each approximately 46x30 inches, 116 3/4x76 1/4 cm. Condition generally A: some minor creases at edges. Some silkscreen. Paper. Includes posters for The Merchant of Venice, Simpatico Dog Opera and more. Images available upon request.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • PAULA SCHER - Manhattan at Night, 2008
        Oct. 17, 2018

        PAULA SCHER - Manhattan at Night, 2008

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        PAULA SCHER - Manhattan at Night, 2008

        Phillips
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