“In 1960 I graduated from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York with a degree in Industrial Design. At that time graphic design was a European influence that was just being introduced in American universities at the graduate level. When I met a student who studied logo design with Paul Rand at Yale, I knew I wanted to design logos.”
— Lance Wyman
Quoted from a case study in webesteem magazine.
“The logo for the Industrial Design School of the University of Mexico (UNAM) combines the letters ‘D’ and ‘I’ to suggest a stone age axehead, one of humankind’s first product designs.”
“The logo for the Sandra Berier Gallery of Photography suggests image framing and the letters ‘S’ and ‘B’.”
Lance Wyman. One of the great graphic designers of our time.