Carson Goes Swiss

David Carson (once referred to by CR as “the most famous graphic designer in the world” which, admittedly, is a rather small field) has opened a studio in Zurich (shown above). The move marks a return to a country that played an important role in Carson’s development as a designer. Back in 1983, while at the University of Ohio, Carson attended a three week graphic design workshop at Rapperswill, just down the lake from Zurich “the first graphic design course, the first graphic design anything I had attended,” he says.

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