Graphic designer Harvey Appelbaum is a New Yorker through and through. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he majored in advertising design at the prestigious Pratt Institute. At age twenty-two, Appelbaum founded Graphic House, a design studio in Boston.
When he was drafted into the military, the US Army and Air Force used Appelbaum’s talents in design to create recruitment posters and brochures. He returned to New York as a civilian, where he opened a new design studio, creating corporate logos, book jackets, record covers, and brochures. Appelbaum designed book covers for both Kurt Vonnegut and Hannah Arendt and worked on ad campaigns for many companies, including Dunkin’ Donuts and Absolut Vodka.
Although Appelbaum has lived in the Big Apple for most of his life, he still enjoys exploring the lesser-known sites and scenes of the lively city. In his free time, he combines his passion for art and design with his adventurous spirit by traveling around the city to find new and exciting art museums, galleries, and shows. Appelbaum lives in Manhattan with his wife.
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