Bonnie Siegler YG1
- Current Location: Brooklyn
- Originally From: United States
- Studio: Eight and a Half
Bonnie Siegler is the founder of Eight and a Half, a multi-disciplinary design studio based in New York. Her clients include Brooklyn Public Library, HBO, The Criterion Collection, Random House, Warner Brothers Television, Nickelodeon and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Before that, Bonnie cofounded design studio Number 17 where her clients included Saturday Night Live, National September 11 Memorial and Museum, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 30 Rock, Sex and the City, Lucky Magazine, Foreign Affairs Magazine, Superfreakanmoics, Colors Magazine, This American Life, the Maritime Hotel, Chateau Marmont, and Jean Georges Vongerichten's restaurants Spice Market, JoJo, Vong and The Mercer Kitchen. While at Number 17, Siegler also served as Creative Director of Newsweek after overseeing its complete redesign.
Siegler was voted one of the 50 most influential designers working today by Graphic Design USA. Her studio’s work is in the permanent design archives of AIGA and has been recognized by the Art Directors Club, Type Directors Club, the Society of Publication Design, the Webby Awards, and the Broadcast Design Association. She is chairman of the 2013 national AIGA Design Conference, having previously created and chaired AIGA's Design for Film and Television conferences in 1999 and 2001. Siegler has taught for many years in the Masters programs at both Yale University and the School of Visual Arts. Before starting her company in 1993, she worked at MTV Networks.
Project 1 of 5
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Website
Project 2 of 5
This American Life logo
Project 3 of 5
Saturday Night Live logo, 2005 to present
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Newsweek Magazine May 25, 2009 cover
Project 5 of 5
True Believers by Kurt Andersen book cover design