Mr. Earl Gee

Member Since August 1984
Member Type Sustaining
AIGA Chapter San Francisco
Title Partner and Creative Director
Company Gee + Chung Design
Email moc.ngisedgnuhceeg@lrae
Website www.geechungdesign.com
Portfolio Site www.geechungdesign.com
Field Design/Graphic design
Communication design
Brand and identity
Bio

Earl Gee is Partner and Creative Director, with Fani Chung, of Gee + Chung Design, an award-winning multidisciplinary brand communications firm in San Francisco. Earl has built an international reputation for creating successful branding, print, packaging, environmental, and interactive programs for many of Silicon Valley’s most influential companies including Adobe, Apple, Applied Materials, IBM, Oracle, National Semiconductor, and Symantec.

 

Earl was selected as one of Graphic Design USA’s 50 “Most Influential Graphic Designers Working Today” and “People to Watch in 2010,” and was one of 50 U.S. graphic designers selected for the international edition of Who’s Who in Graphic Design. He has lectured at leading universities and design organizations and served as a frequent juror for major design competitions. He served on the board of AIGA San Francisco as membership chair, and was recognized as a prestigious AIGA San Francisco Fellow in 2015.

 

Earl began his career as a designer at Landor Associates in San Francisco and senior designer at Mark Anderson Design in Palo Alto. He received his BFA in Graphic Design with Distinction from Art Center College of Design and was included in Design Impact: A History of Art Center College of Design

 

Under Earl’s creative direction, Gee + Chung Design has won awards from AIGA, Communication Arts, Graphis, I.D., Print, HOW, STEP, the One Show, Art Directors Club, Type Directors Club, Society of Publication Designers, and SEGD. The firm’s work has been exhibited internationally and is in the permanent collections of the AIGA Archives, SFMOMA, U.S. Library of Congress, and Smithsonian Institution.

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