Paul Sahre has some interesting work including some interesting drawings in his portfolio.

H also has an equally interesting background as you can see:
“Graphic designer, illustrator, educator, lecturer, foosballer and author Paul Sahre established his own design company in New York, in 1997. Consciously maintaining a small office, he has nevertheless established a large presence in American graphic design. The balance he strikes, whether between commercial and personal projects or in his own design process, is evident in such things as the physical layout of his office: part design studio, part silkscreen lab, where he prints designs and prints posters for various off-off Broadway Theatres (some of which are in the permanent collection of the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum). While on the other side of the office, he is busy designing book covers for authors such as Rick Moody, Chuck Klosterman, Ben Marcus and Victor Pelevin. Sahre is also a frequent contributor to the New York Times op-ed page.

He is the co-author of Hello World: A Life in Ham Radio, a book based on a collection of QSL cards, which amateur radio enthusiasts exchange after communication with other operators around the world.

Paul received his BFA and MFA in graphic design from Kent State and teaches graphic design at the School of Visual Arts.

He is a member of Alliance Graphic International.”

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