Portrait of Margo Chase
"I believe that design can change people lives"
Nowadays Margo Chase is considered for one of the most influential graphic designers. Her work has been featured in countless design periodicals and books, including Communication Arts, Graphics, I.D., HOW, Radical Graphics/Graphic Radicals, etc. Margo Chase’s work was included in the exhibition “Women Designers USA: 1900 - 2000”.
Her client list consists of famous artists and singers (Madonna, Cher, Prince), big corporations (wb Network, Microsoft, Adobe) and many other prestigious companies like Sun America, Belkin, Cartoon Network, Chinese Laundry, CVS/pharmacy, Discovery Communications, Mattel, Nestle, Procter&Gamble, Nike, Starbucks, Stila Cosmetics and Target.
Margo loves making things pretty and cool but she is convinced that there should be a reason behind this. Her unique graphic design style combines fascinating letterforms, elements of gothic architecture and medieval manuscripts. She also enjoys teaching at California Institute of the Arts, Valencia; Art Center College of Design, Pasadena and Long Beach State University.