Paula Scher is considered to be one of the most influential graphic designers in the world. She has the ability to ” master conjurer of instantly familiar”
Paula Scher went to the Tyler School of Art, Pennsylvania for a Fine Arts bachelor degree in 1970. After graduation, she moved to New York City to begin her career as a layout artist for Random House’s children book division.
A large part of her career is working back and forth with CBS Records and Atlantic Records in which she produces 150 album covers for CBS. Her album cover design includes Eric Gale Ginseng Woman, Bob James’s H, One on One and Boston’s Boston. Scher got nominated for four Grammy award for her inspirational designs.