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Tom Carnase

1939 –

Avant Garde Gothic by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Bolt by Tom Carnase, Ronne Bonder for ITC in 1970

LSC Book by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in ca 1970

Busorama by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Carnase Text by Tom Carnase for WTC in 1982

Caslon 223 by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

LSC Caslon Swash by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase

Caslon Headline by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

LSC Condensed by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Didi by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Fat Face by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Favrile by Tom Carnase for WTC in 1984

Firenze by Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Apple Garamond by Tom Carnase for Apple

Gorilla by Tom Carnase, Ronne Bonder for ITC in 1970

Grizzly by Tom Carnase, Ronne Bonder for ITC in 1970

Grouch by Tom Carnase, Ronne Bonder for ITC in 1970

L&C Hairline by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for L&C in 1966

Honda by Tom Carnase, Ronnie Bonder for ITC in 1970

Machine by Tom Carnase, Ronne Bonder, Ernie Bonder for ITC in 1970

Manhattan by Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Milano Roman by Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Neon by Tom Carnase, Ronne Bonde for ITC in 1970

Our Bodoni by Tom Carnase, Massimo Vignelli for WTC in 1990

Pionner by Tom Carnase, Ronne Bonder for ITC in 1970

Ronda by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1970

Stymie Hairline by Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase for ITC in 1972

Tom’s Roman by Tom Carnase, Ronne Bonder for ITC in 1970

WTC 145 by Tom Carnase, Ronnie Bonder for WTC in 1983

Thomas Paul Carnase was born in the Bronx, New York, on September 15, 1939. Following his graduation from the city's High School of Music and Art in 1957, he earned an associate bachelor of fine arts from New York City Community College in 1959. His career as a graphic designer, lettering artist, type and logo designer, typographer, and art director developed through his work with the firms Sudler & Hennessey, Inc. (1959-1964), Bonder & Carnase Studio, Inc. (with Ronné Bonder, 1965-1969), Lubalin, Burns & Company, Inc. (with Herb Lubalin and Aaron Burns, 1970), and Lubalin Smith Carnase, Inc. (1969-1979), the latter a partnership with designers Herb Lubalin and Ernie Smith. In 1979 he founded Carnase Inc. and Carnase Computer Typography, and in 1981, the World Typeface Center, Inc. The designer of more than fifty typefaces and corporate logos, Tom Carnase regularly entered, as well as judged, international design competitions, and was a popular guest lecturer for schools and professional groups around the world. Carnase was also the editor of the design journal Ligature published by the World Typeface Center from 1982 to 1987

本名は Thomas Paul Carnase という。1939年9月15日、NY のブロンクス生まれ。 1957年、地元の芸術学校を卒業し、59年に NY のコミュニティカレッジから芸術関連の学士を取得した。

1939

NY に生まれる。

1959–64

NY の Sudler & Hennessey Inc. に5年間在籍し、John Pistilli のレタリングトレーニングを受ける。

1964–68

フリーランスとなり Ronné Bonder (February 4 1935 – early October, 2015) と Bonder & Carnase Inc. 設立。

1970

Lubalin, Burns & Company, Inc. (with Herb Lubalin and Aaron Burns) に参画。

1969–79

Lubalin, Smith, Carnase Inc. の副社長に就任。

1979

Carnase Computer Typography を設立。

1980 or 81

World Typeface Center Inc.(WTC)を設立し、社長に就任。

1982–87

World Typeface Centerの機関誌『Ligature』を発行。

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