Mr. Stefan G. Bucher

Member Since November 1998
Member Type Supporter
AIGA Chapter Los Angeles
Company 344 Design, LLC
Email moc.ngised443@nafets
Bio http://www.344design.com What is 344? 344 Design, LLC is an L.A. based design and illustration firm specializing in work for the music, publishing and advertising industries. The firm is headed by art director Stefan G. Bucher. 344 can serve your needs through on-site consultation or as a full service partner from our cozy, yet fully wired Pasadena, CA office. Why is 344? 344 is here to help people that are passionate about their product/book/music/you-name-it to create a visual identity that reflects that passion. If you don't care about what you do, why should we? More importantly: Why should your audience? Does anyone care about 344? Stefan Bucher's work has been recognized by AIGA, ADC, the American Center for Design, TDC, Communication Arts, How, Novum and Print Magazine. In 2002 he was honored with a British Design & Art Direction Silver Award for his design of "American Photography 17," a 6-pound coffee table book featuring the year's best photography as judged by a jury of publishing professionals. How can I get in touch with 344? Just e-mail us: info@344design.com
  • Stefan updated a project on Behance.
    Tarsem : Oedipus Productions Logo The Daily Monsters are back! AS-SALAM ALAYKUM Charles Garabedian Catalog
  • Stefan updated a project on Behance.
    NASA/JPL Poster Book Design "Rewriting the Zombie Apocalypse" AIGA Conference Lettering WTF Monster T-shirt
  • Stefan updated a project on Behance.
    Conan O’Brien Stratocaster WTF FTW "Everything is going exactly as planned" Poster “Everything is going exactly as planned” Gallery Show
  • Stefan authored "Stefan Bucher on parents, mentors and the love of a good woman"
  • Stefan updated a project on Behance.
    Silk-screened Poster for my 2015 Austin, Texas Talk PRINT 75 Gothic Lettering Music Video for Wesley Stace
  • Stefan updated a project on Behance.
    People's Climate March Poster Habit Wine Labels Flag The ADC Monster Mural
  • Stefan updated a project on Behance.
    A Spelling Bee For Cheaters The LINK TV Monster 12 Bigger Monsters The Fall
  • Stefan updated a project on Behance.
    The Yeti Story 344 Questions “Mirror Mirror” Main Titles The Mar Vista Time Travel Mart
  • Stefan updated a project on Behance.
    The Blue Man Theater
  • Stefan G. Bucher commented on the article "AIGA urges the Obama 2012 campaign to reconsider its jobs poster contest"

    Well, if the president had gone that way, the right would've said, "Look at Obama, funneling money to the pinko art hippies!" Then he'd have to defend our profession as highly valuable, which would be brilliant, of course, but I can see how it's a battle they didn't want to fight just then.  I do think the campaign initially didn't set this up in the most elegant way, but I don't think it's this great affront, either. I wish it had been framed as a call to service -- a way for us to make a political contribution with effort instead of cash.

  • Stefan G. Bucher commented on the article "AIGA urges the Obama 2012 campaign to reconsider its jobs poster contest"

    OK, so in the e-mail announcement of DESIGN FOR GOOD it says "Design for Good is not just about donating your time and skills to a cause. By working with others in the community to solve complex social problems, you can demonstrate the value of design to local businesses, communities and ELECTED OFFICIALS." So, how do these two things go together? Is it meant to say "elected officials up to, but not including the President"?  

  • Stefan G. Bucher commented on the article "AIGA urges the Obama 2012 campaign to reconsider its jobs poster contest"

    Well, if the president had gone that way, the right would've said, "Look at Obama, funneling money to the pinko art hippies!" Then he'd have to defend our profession as highly valuable, which would be brilliant, of course, but I can see how it's a battle they didn't want to fight just then.  I do think the campaign initially didn't set this up in the most elegant way, but I don't think it's this great affront, either. I wish it had been framed as a call to service -- a way for us to make a political contribution with effort instead of cash.

  • Stefan G. Bucher commented on the article "AIGA urges the Obama 2012 campaign to reconsider its jobs poster contest"

    OK, so in the e-mail announcement of DESIGN FOR GOOD it says "Design for Good is not just about donating your time and skills to a cause. By working with others in the community to solve complex social problems, you can demonstrate the value of design to local businesses, communities and ELECTED OFFICIALS." So, how do these two things go together? Is it meant to say "elected officials up to, but not including the President"?