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Burton Kramer is considered to be one of the most important Canadian designers. Throughout his time he had worked in multiple difference city. Burton began his career in Will Burtin, New York and then gone to work at Geigy under Gottfried Honegger. In 1961, he moved to Zurich, Switzerland, as Chief designer at the E. Halpern Agency. Four years later, he moved to Toronto to work on graphics and signage for Expo 67. in 1967, he founded Kramer Design Associates, creating the identity programs for the Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario Museum, Ontario Educational Television and in 1974, his take on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation logo and identity program.

Till now, Burton’s works have been published in numerous books and journals worldwide. In 1999, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from ArtsToronto. In 2002, the province of Ontario awarded him the Order of Ontario for his Cultural contributions. In 2003, the Ontario College of Art&Design granted him an honorary doctorate, D.Des.

His logos and corporate identity work have been published in numerous books and journals worldwide. In 1999, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from ArtsToronto; in 2002, the Province of Ontario awarded him the Order of Ontario for his cultural contributions; and in 2003, the Ontario College of Art & Design granted him an honorary doctorate, D.Des.

In 2001, he decided to pursue fine art and many of his paintings have been shown in galleries in Europe, Mexico, Colombia, the USA and Canada.

Kết quả hình ảnh cho Burton Kramer
Kết quả hình ảnh cho Burton Kramer



Kết quả hình ảnh cho Burton Kramer
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