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Paul Davis - Graphic Artist

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This page covers the author of Us and Them: What the British Think of The Americans; What The Americans Think of The British.

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Paul Davis, illustrator, graphic designer, and Oklahoma native had his first illustrations published in Playboy in 1959. Soon thereafter, he joined Push Pin Studios. He began his freelance career in 1963, and has since had work appear in most major U.S. publications, including Time, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Fast Company, and Worth. He has served as art director for Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival as well as for Wig Wag and Normal magazines. Recent clients include UNITE!, McKinsey & Co., and A&E. Davis's work has been the subject of numerous one-man exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout Europe, the United States and Japan. He is on the faculty at the School of Visual Arts, a fellow of the American Academy in Rome, a member of the Art Director's Hall of Fame, and a member of the prestigious Applemaster program

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