Often considered one of the most important graphic designers and illustrators in history, Steff Geissbuhler created branding and design programs for corporations such as Time Warner Cable, NBC, Voice of America, Merck, Telemundo, Crane & Co, Toledo Museum of Art, National Parks of New York Harbor, Darien Library, and te May Department Stores Companies.
Geissbuhler was born in 1942 in Zofingen, Switzerland. He moved to Basel at age eight. He knew he wanted to be a designer from a young age and spent his formative years training under Emil Ruder, Donald Brun and Armin Hofmann. He worked for J.R. Geigy, a well-known pharmaceutical... ... (Read more)