Allen Hori, Graphic DesignerMr. Hori received a B.F.A. in photography from the University of Hawaii and earned an M.F.A. in design from Cranbrook Academy of Art, after which he received a Fulbright Grant to study in the Netherlands. Mr. Hori is principal at Bates Hori, New York, a graphic design and visual research studio. The studio’s work has been recognized by the Type Directors Club, American Center for Design, AIGA, and I.D. magazine and published in Emigre, Eye, IDEA, Studio Voice, and 81, as well as the books Cranbrook Design: The New Discourse, Typography Now, The Graphic Edge, Mixing Messages, Typography Now Two, Graphic Design New York 2, Dutch Posters 1960–1996, and Studio Dumbar: Behind the Seen. Mr. Hori has lectured widely at various design schools and professional symposia, including “Designer as Editor” at the Design Institute in Amsterdam and “Displaced Voices” at Gallery DDD in Osaka. Bates Hori has been named as one of I.D.’s Top Forty Inﬂuential Designers. Mr. Hori was appointed to the Yale faculty in 2000 and is currently critic in graphic design.
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