Tom Geismar is a founding partner of Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv and widely considered a pioneer of American graphic design. During the past four decades he has designed more than 100 corporate identity programs.
Mobil Oil Corporation logo, 1964.
His designs for Xerox, Chase Manhattan Bank, PBS, National Geographic, Gemini Consulting, Univision, Rockefeller Center and, most notably, Mobil Oil have received worldwide acclaim.
Chase Bank logo, 1961.
He has received all the major awards in the field, including one of the first Presidential Design Awards for helping to establish a national system of standardised transportation symbols.
National Geographic logo, 2002.
Tom has kindly agreed to be interviewed for Logo Design Love readers. With a wealth of experience in the design profession, we can all learn from him.
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