2 edition of Henry Steiner, designer. found in the catalog.
Henry Steiner, designer.
Written in English
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: Cross-Cultural Design: Communicating in the Global Marketplace () by Steiner, Henry and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at 4/5(2). Henry Steiner introduced the discourse on cross-cultural design, re-working Chinese characters, symbols and local cultural features and transferring them to a more international dimension.
As part of Vienna Design Week, designaustria organized a presentation of the newly published “/design/er/leben/” volume with an interview with Henry Steiner. In the announcement it was aptly stated: “Henry Steiner studied at Hunter College, Yale University, and the Sorbonne in Paris and has been living and working as a graphic designer . Graphic designer Henry Steiner with students from the School of Graphic Design. Photo by Bob Toy. Steiner was greeted by a large square book with soft pastel colors and whimsical-looking lines and .
Two years working abroad, including six months in Hong Kong with Henry Steiner, creator of the HSBC brand. – 20/20 Retail. Strategic design consultancy. Worked with wide range of clients such as BHS and Lee Jeans, implementing graphics in retail spaces. – Set up Design . Cross-Cultural Design: Communicating in the Global Marketplace, by Henry Steiner and Ken Haas, provide inspiring examples of cultural design Steiner mentions (from page 2 and page 10) that cross-cultural design requires an image to be “transformed” and “redefined”; taking cultural imagery and icons and transforming them to be something personal (Resource: Steiner, Henry.
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Cross-Cultural Design is the first book to examine the challenges and rewards experienced by the world's leading communication professionals when handling Henry Steiner outside their own cultures. 4/5. Village historian Henry Steiner has been walking the roads and trails of Sleepy Hollow since childhood, with an eye for what it once was, and for what it has become in our present moment.
Perhaps a landmark book 5/5(1). You've seen Henry Steiner's work. It stares at you from billboards, banks and other buildings - it's even lurking in your pocket.
Sarah Lazarus meets the father of Hong Kong graphic design. Renowned Austrian graphic designer Henry Steiner has helped create some of the most iconic corporate identities in the world. Educated in the Sorbonne and in Yale, Henry formed his own firm.
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People even have it in their pockets in the form of banknotes. designaustria member Henry Steiner, who has been named»the father of Hong Kong design«, was born Hans Steiner in Vienna on Febru In the Steiner. Steiner & Co., Henry Steiner in Hong Kong inis one of the world’s leading branding design consultancies.
The company’s scope is comprehensive, encompassing corporate identity programs, corporate literature, architectural graphics, product design, packaging, book and magazine design. The website’s Gallery shows 81 pictures that were taken over a period of a half century. Two other sections offer for sale (1) prints in a range of sizes of any picture(s) shown in the Gallery, and (2) Steiner’s recently published book.
Remembering Steiner Cabins. Reading the Oregonian this morning, I came across a bit of sad news: John Steiner, a master craftsmen who, along with his father, Henry, built some of the most.
Henry Steiner is the only one with a different viewpoint, believing that graphic design per se does not have any moral implication. He cited as an example the Nazi’s swastika symbol. Co-author of Cross-Cultural Design: Communicating in the Global Marketplace (, Thames and Hudson).
‘Henry Steiner • Graphic Communicator’ solo exhibition was held in April to June at Shenzhen Design Society. A book, ‘Henry Steiner.
In the first fifty pages, American-born and Hong Kong-based designer Henry Steiner provides an overview some of the elements of cross-cultural design, drawing on examples of his own work in the Cited by: 9.
The famous graphic designer Henry Steiner is recognized as the "Father of Hong Kong graphical design". He has used the cross-cultural and inter-professional design practices of Chinese and. Henry Steiner arrived in Hong Kong in after signing a nine-month contract with The Asia Magazine to oversee the publication’s launch in the city.
That nine-month contract turned into two years, before Steiner set up his own company, Graphic Communication (now known as Steiner. Steiner&Co. creates valuable, enduring corporate identities, specializing in Asia.
Henry Steiner pioneered international awareness of China brands. The company’s services include brand strategy and consulting, corporate identity design, naming, logo design, corporate literature, architectural graphics, publication design.
Henry Steiner hates the word "fusion". "It's cheap, it's vulgar and it's a cop out," says the man who's become known as the father of Hong Kong design. Steiner is the leading exponent of. Act fast if you want to wander inside six handmade homes and hear the fascinating story of self-taught designer Henry Steiner and his 13 children who crafted storybook structures out of nearby.
Henry Steiner’s recently published book, Eyeing the World, contains 83 of his photos and some accompanying text. Taken over a half century, the pictures vary greatly in subject and in character.
Cross-Cultural Design is the first book to examine the challenges and rewards experienced by the world's leading communication professionals when handling assignments outside their own cultures. Professor Emeritus Henry J. Steiner recently spoke to a standing room only crowd at Harvard Law School about his new book 'Eyeing the World,' which features photos taken by Steiner, a human.
石汉瑞：启蒙者 (Henry Steiner: Graphic Communicator) () brings together the works, essays and interviews of one such trailblazer. The Vienna-born Steiner brought the modern graphic design .- Explore aiv's board "Henry steiner" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Graphic design, Mockup creator and Hsbc logo pins.Steiner & Co., founded in Hong Kong inis one of the world’s leading branding design consultancies.
Its work encompasses corporate identity programs, corporate literature, architectural graphics, product design, packaging, book and magazine design .