Alan Peckolick has enjoyed a 35 year career
as an internationally recognized graphic designer. Peckolick's projects
have included logo designs, posters, packaging, annual reports, corporate
identity and annual reports for such non-profit organizations as Channel
13, New York University. Baruch University. The City College of New
York, as well as for Fortune 50() companies like AT&T. Revlon and
General Motors. His designs have earned him over 500 graphic design
awards from around the world, including six gold medals from The Art
Directors Club of New York. Peckolick's poster for Mobil Oil hangs
in the permanent collection of the Guttenberg Museum in Mainz. Germany.
He has lectured in Hamburg, Stuttgart, Helsinki, Tokyo, London, Toronto,
and Bergen, Norway A graduate of Pratt Institute. Peckolick as closely
associated with designer Herb Lubalin throughout his career, and in
1982 co-founded Pushpin Lubalin Peckolick. Peckolick's design works
have been featured in Graphis Magazine. Art Direction Magazine, Idea
Magazine and Graphics Today. Since 1988, he has been listed in Who’s
Who in America and since 1991, in Who’s Who in Graphic Design.
1n 2002. Peckolick was invited to donate his archives to New York University's
Fates Collection, housed in the Bobst Library.